Ninorc house in beautiful Bantry
Ninorc house in beautiful Bantry
8 guests
5 bedrooms
7 beds
3 baths
8 guests
5 bedrooms
7 beds
3 baths
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Ninorc is a 19th century Irish farmhouse that has been faithfully restored and modernised to bring it up to 21st century standards. The house is on a working farm and your host Breda lives on this farm with her family.


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House Rules

Pets are welcome provided the guests ensure that the house is treated with respect and understand that any damage caused by the pets will have to be compensated for. Smoking is not allowed inside Ninorc Farmhouse.


Cancellations

Strict

Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.


Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First aid kit
Safety card
Fire extinguisher

Availability
2 nights minimum stay

37 Reviews

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Ronan User Profile
August 2017
Great house here with Breda and Michael. Ideal for a family with four young children. All we needed for a weeks stay supplied. Great base for touring Mizen , Sheeps Head and Beara peninsulas and of course Bantry itself.
Breda User Profile
Response from Breda:
Thanks roman for the review much appreciated glad the house was suitable for your family great all enjoyed the Ewe experience I thought they would it is a little different
August 2017

Lynne User Profile
August 2017
Quiet, close to town, beautiful veiws
Breda User Profile
Response from Breda:
Thanks lynne great you all enjoyed your thanks for the review
August 2017

Maria User Profile
July 2017
Lovely house in a lovely location, great value!
Breda User Profile
Response from Breda:
Thanks marie glad you enjoyed your stay
July 2017

Paul User Profile
July 2017
Great time at Ninorc. House is fantastic, very well stocked, warm and comfortable. Peaceful with beautiful views across Bantry Bay. Cows in front of the home kept the kids entertained. 5 mins drive to beautiful Bantry town with loads of nice pubs, cafés and restaurants. House is perfectly located for day trips to explore West Cork. Would recommend and we might go back!
Breda User Profile
Response from Breda:
Thank you Paul great you enjoyed your stay and the house suited your family your are most welcome to come back Breda
July 2017

Fionnuala User Profile
July 2017
Excellent value for money, tonnes of space, fabulous locations, beds were very comfy, we had everything we needed. Would highly recommend

Elisa User Profile
April 2017
We rented Breda's house for 3 months: Feb-April. It was such a wonderful time for our family and a fabulous place to rest and reconnect. Our kids enjoyed the farm and the animals and playing with Breda's grandsons; they want to go back--now. The house is more than adequate for a short or longterm stay. The beds are very comfortable, the kitchen well-equipped, and the view is amazing. We interacted with Breda's family a lot since we were there for so long and because we really enjoyed them, but if you wanted to be alone, you certainly could be. Bantry is beautiful and this is a great jumping off place for exploring West Cork. We really hope we can come back.
Breda User Profile
Response from Breda:
Thank you so much Elisa great that you all had a good experience in bantry and in the house we so much enjoyed our interaction with you and the family we really sorry to see he leave good luck with the travels and safe return to USA
April 2017

Sinead User Profile
December 2016
Breda and her husband were so accommodating for our short stay, everything we needed. Thanks again

Bantry, IrelandJoined in August 2012
Breda User Profile

My husband and I have been running Ninorc Farmhouse for the last ten years. I am a retired hospital manager and nurse and my husband Michael is the farmer. As a retiree, I keep busy by growing my own vegetables in a garden and in a green house, minding my grand-children and lots of walking. Two of my adult sons and their wives and children also live on the farm and we have two dogs - Coco a bichon frieze and a cattle dog called Max.

The farm is a dry stock farm - this means the cattle are raised for beef. We also keep pigs and have laying hens so plenty of eggs! Most evenings, I walk along the sea front in Bantry, which is great for getting rid of any stress. I am also a volunteer collector with the Cork Cancer Research Centre, a medical research organisation founded by my brother.

As for my own travels, since retirement we have been on a road trip of California and Western Canada. We finished our Canada trip by visiting my husband's niece in Toronto who runs a lively Irish bar - McCarthy's Bar. In California, we loved the wine country, especially the small towns dotted amidst the rolling vineyards.

And why NINORC farmhouse? Well, we thought long and hard about a distinctive name for the house and came up with the family name spelled backwards. Simple really!

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