About this listing
Anchor Lodge is set in the picturesque village of Summercove, and offers expansive views overlooking the historic town of Kinsale and it's beautiful harbour.
Please check out our other listing, "Double room in Stunning Location".
Please read all the information carefully.
We have a double en-suite bedroom with breakfast included. This room has a view of Kinsale across the harbour.
We live in the house and so some rooms will be off limits.
We DO NOT have, a residents lounge, tea and coffee making or TV in the rooms. You are welcome to use the dining room and patio.
Interaction with guests
As much or as little as you like. We will be available to greet you, but also respect your privacy.
Located within walking distance of the centre of Kinsale town ( aprox. 1.75km) and very close to the historic Charles Fort. This is a quite cove within Kinsale harbour and has a small shingle beach dependent on the tide.
Kinsale offers a wide selection of restaurants to suit most tastes and wallet.
Private parking within the property.
There are buses to and from both Cork International airport, and Cork City. Local taxis are plentiful and there are plenty of great walks for all abilities.
Other things to note
Kinsale offers many attractions, such as Sailing, Harbour cruises, boat hire, Sea angling, whale & dolphin watching, historic buildings and places of interest, boutique shopping, local farmers market once a week, nice beaches in easy reach, and of course some of the countries best pubs and restaurants.
Kinsale also boasts one of the best golf links courses anywhere in the world, The Old Head of Kinsale.
Feel comfortable and enjoy your stay.
Check out time is 11.00hrs. Check in time after 16.30hrs.
We have a policy of no pets and no smoking inside the house. You may smoke outside on the patio.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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I am English and my wife Martina is Summercove born and bred. We met when I came over for the Kinsale Jazz Fringe Festival, October 2002, and ended up moving over just over 2 years later.
We have both traveled extensively and enjoy other cultures, cuisines, music and meeting local people. Our favourite way to travel is to book a flight and a vehicle and then see where it leads us. Now we've found airbnb, future trips should be even better.