Idyllic Retreat - Escape to the countryside

4.60Sáróstach

bungaló iomlán arna óstáil ag Catherine

4 aoi, 3  sheomra leapa, 3 leaba, 2 sheomra folctha
An teach go léir
Beidh an bungaló agat duit féin.
Glanadh Feabhsaithe
Thug an t-óstach seo gealltanas do phróiseas glantacháin fheabhsaithe 5 chéim Airbnb.
Féinseiceáil isteach
Seiceáil thú féin isteach leis an mbosca glais.
Is Sáróstach é Catherine
Óstaigh a bhfuil taithí acu, a bhfuil an-mheas orthu agus atá tiomanta d'fhanacht iontach a chur ar fáil d'aíonna is ea sáróstaigh.
A private residence nestled in its own grounds of 2 acres, in the heart of the Irish countryside, offering comfortable, peaceful and uplifting surroundings to relax, and recharge. Good for walkers, writers, photographers, nature lovers. The most relaxing place you could ever wish to stay, no noise pollution and no light pollution. Only an hour to Killarney and the Ring of Kerry, 40 minutes to Cork. Fantastic fishing nearby and the most perfect countryside for all outdoor pursuits.

An spás
The house is perfect for family groups of up to 4 and has a lovely warm and welcoming atmosphere. You are assured of a very high standard not often found in holiday lets. Designed as our family home and only available for holiday rentals until we return to Ireland.

Park View is a recently updated bungalow, retaining the wonderful old charm of an Irish cottage yet with modern facilities including wi-fi. It is the perfect base to see the numerous attractions of Southern Ireland. Located in a charming farming village, with two pubs and a local shop for all your convenience and a number of great restaurants less than 10 minutes away.

A night in Park View is a wonderful home from home, with no noise, no light pollution and away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Cad a thairgtear san áit seo

Cistin
Wi-Fi
Páirceáil saor in aisce ar an áitreabh
Teilifís
Meaisín níocháin
Clós cúil
Tinteán taobh istigh
Leabhair agus bréagáin do pháistí
Triomadóir gruaige
Níl sé ar fáil: Aláram aonocsaíde carbóin

Roghnaigh dáta don tseiceáil isteach

Cuir do dhátaí taistil leis chun praghsáil bheacht a fháil
Seiceáil isteach
Cuir dáta leis
Seiceáil amach
Cuir dáta leis

4.60 out of 5 stars from 20 reviews

Glaineacht
Cruinneas
Cumarsáid
Suíomh
Seiceáil isteach
Luach ar airgead

Cá mbeidh tú

Cork, County Cork, Éire

Ireland

“Ireland makes sure you remain in the present while soaking up its past. It makes sure you listen to its storytellers with reverence.” Lola Akinmade, Award Winning Travel Writer.

Ireland is a small country with picturesque countryside. It is a land steeped in history and known for its misty green countryside, culture and tradition. Famous for its legends and folklores and it’s warm-hearted and friendly people. It also has plenty of destinations which are off-the-beaten-track If you want to explore.

South West Ireland
The South-West Region of Ireland benefits from a mild climate and a very scenic environment, which includes features such as Macgillycuddy's Reeks (the highest mountain range in Ireland), the Dingle Peninsula, Mizen Head and the Iveragh Peninsula along with numerous small islands.


Ballyclough

Ballyclogh or Ballyclough (Irish: Baile Cloch, meaning "town of the stones") is a small village 8 km outside Mallow, County Cork, Ireland. The name Ballyclogh has its origins in the past abundance of stone quarries in the area. The village today has two public houses, a local grocer, a community centre, playground and Catholic church. The Ballyclough area has a rich history of farming.

With no light pollution and two real Irish pubs in the village only a short stagger away, visitors will always be welcomed with great Irish hospitality


The Area
Lots to see and do...

Ideally situated for touring Southern Ireland and the Ring of Kerry.  Close to many attractions, warm Irish hospitality, fishing and racing.  See "attractions" for more details.

Attractions worth a visit

Ballyhass lakes
Once a limestone Quary now an outdoor playground
Ireland's largest cable Wakeboarding facility and an incredible wipe out style aqua-park

Cable wakeboarding uses an overhead cable which pulls you over the surface of the lakes with a feel just like surfing or snowboarding but on water. This is the most accessible water sport for all ages and most of all fantastic fun. The system is suitable for all levels of riders and is a dream training tool. What really makes a wake park though is the obstacle setup underneath the cable. Think floating skate park! Ballyhass is starting big and has several obstacles that are ideal for beginners who are hitting an obstacle for the first time and amazing fun for an experienced rider at any level.

Mallow Race Course also know as Cork Racecourse.
It stages both National Hunt Racing and Flat Racing. There are 5 public bars in the Racecourse, there is also a Carvery Restaurant, a coffee bar and a fast-food restaurant. It is a wheelchair friendly course with access to all areas for disabled people plus a designated disabled viewing area in both stands

Doneraile Park 
Doneraile village is only 10K from Ballyhass lakes and is a beautiful old estate with looped walks and a new children’s playground for ages 3 to 1. 0 It is open to the public with no entry fee.There are several walks throughout the park. The long walk is all over forest paths and roadways but could easily be completed in 60 – 90 minutes. It would be suited for buggies etc and no special foot ware is required.

Afternoon tea or dinner at Longueville house
Longueville House one of Ireland’s country house treasures. Go wild and book dinner the food is fantastic. Great value mid week as they often have reduced dinner menu prices. Call in an see for yourself it is only minutes away from Ballyhass Lakes on the main road to Mallow. www.longuevillehouse.ie
Longueville has its own Cider and other liquers all made from their own apples and local ingredients.

The Donkey Sanctuary at Liscarroll
What a great way to spend a hour or so. Visit Ireland best Donkey Sanctuary only 25 minutes from Ballyhass Lakes . There is a presentation area and many paddocks where you can stroll around and see all the donkeys close up.
Opening hours: 
Monday-friday, 9.00 am to 4.30 pm  saturdays, sundays and bank holidays, 10.00 am to 5.00 pm 
telephone: +353 (0) 22 48398

Walking in the Duhallow Region
Take a looped walk on Mount Hillary only 10 Minutes from Ballyhass, this trail head has three different looped walks that will take you from 40 minutes to 2 hours.This walk follows forest park roads for its entire route. There are alternative routes that increase the difficulty of the route. The Blackwater Valley neighbours the walk and beautiful views are afforded over it. There are alternative routes that increase the difficulty of the route. 

The Mitchelstown Caves
The Mitchelstown Cave is about a 40 min drive from Ballyhass and is considered one of the most spectacular caves in Europe. Visitors and group outings are shown daily through almost a half mile of this world famous showcave which includes three caverns, in which visitors are surrounded by indescribable dripstone formations stalactites, stalagmites and huge calcite columns.
Check out www.mitchelstowncave.com for more info

Lough Gur Heritage Centre
Find out about the rich heritage of Lough Gur by visiting the interactive multimedia exhibition that brings to life over 8,000 of archaeology and history. The exhibition brings the visitor on a journey through the history of Lough Gur starting during the Mesolithic (Middle Stone Age) Era, and progressing until the 19th century (1800’s), when the Farm By Lough Gur was written. The exhibition is suitable for all ages and abilities. Visitors can learn about the history and archaeology of Lough Gur. They can find out more about many of the areas archaeological sites, including some that are not publicly accessible.

Ballyhoura Country area of North Cork and East Limerick
Ballyhoura Country is a walkers paradise and has the largest mountain bike trail network of its kind in Ireland and provides many options for off-road cycling.

Whether your interests lie in short, easy walks or long distance walking, guided walks or independent walking, walkers of all abilities will be invigorated by the sheer beauty and tranquillity of the area. Ballyhoura Country offers plenty of choice to walking enthusiasts, there are exciting nature walks, river bank walks, quiet country roads, the Ballyhoura Waymarked Way, rugged mountains, rich bogs, and mythical. The hen harrier is a resident in the Ballyhouras, along with Peregrine falcons, red squirrels, hares, deer, badgers, frogs galore who all enjoy this 6000 hectare block of forest and mountain upland.

For off road cycling Ballyhoura Trails have forest road climbs which lead you into tight twisty single tracks with loads of ups and downs, tight turns and technical rocky bits. The trails range from the moderate 6 kilometre Greenwood loop to the demanding Castlepook loop, over 50 kilometres in length! Tough forest road climbs are rewarded with sweeping fast descents guaranteed to leave you smiling!

There are also 23 permanent orienteering controls in the Ballyhouras.


Other attractions....... See Guidebook for additional information

Blarney Castle. “Kissing the Blarney Stone”
Legend has it that if you kiss the Blarney Stone In Ireland you will be granted with the gift of eloquence. It is said by bending over backwards while holding on to an iron railing and kissing this legendary stone you will never be at a loss for words again. This stone can be found five miles from Cork City at Blarney Castle.

Blarney Castle, is a medieval stronghold, built nearly six hundred years ago. Though earlier fortifications were built on the same spot, the current keep built by the MacCarthy of Muskerry dynasty, a cadet branch of the Kings of Desmond, dates from 1446.

https://www.irishcentral.com/travel/best-of-ireland/blarney-castle-stone

It is open all year round and costs 12 euros to enter the grounds and climb the castle.


Fota island
An island in Cork Harbour which is host to Irelands only wildlife park as well as the historical Fota House, gardens and golf club. Fota House is Ireland's finest example of Regency period architecture with superb neoclassical interiors. A range of cultural events for all ages and interests take place throughout the season including crafts. When exploring the House, a visit or guided tour of the award winning Victorian Working Garden is a must! Fota House and Victorian Working Garden Fota Island, Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork. T: +353 (0) 21 481 5543. It is only 20 minutes from Cork. It is opened Monday to Sunday from 10am to 4.30 pm. Costs 16 euros admission

Cobh
Cobh is on an island in Cork city’s harbour. It’s known as the Titanic’s last port of call in 1912. Titanic Experience Cobh is a themed attraction in the former White Star Line ticket office. More displays on the liner are in the Cobh Heritage Centre, which also explores how Cobh became an embarkation point.

The harbour town located on the south coast of Ireland in County Cork, about 30 minutes drive from the infamous Blarney Castle. It’s also the departure point for over 2.5 million Irish people who emigrated to North America between 1848 and 1950.

In the harbour are colourful old fishing boats and Victorian architecture. It’s a pretty seaside town. There is a tourist train that transports visitors around town to a few lookout points. The town is built on a steep hill, so the train is a good idea. Take a peak inside the impressive St. Colman’s Cathedral that dominates the town skyline.

Fota Wildlife Park.
Fota Wildlife Park is set on 100 acres on the scenic Fota Island in the heart of Cork Harbour. It is a unique .... No trip to Cobh or the wider Cork area would be complete without a visit to Fota island wildlife Park

Killarney
A town in county Kerry which is just under an hour’s drive from Ballyclough. It is one of the top 10 tourist attractions in the world. It is a stop on the Ring of Kerry scenic drive and the start and finishing point of the 200 km Kerry Way walking trail. Various attractions in Killarney include Muckross House and Gardens. Killarney boasts a thriving tourist hub of traditional Irish pubs, restaurants and shops. Just 12 miles away is the celebrated Ladies View, a National Park with sweeping green plains, craggy peaks and a rich variety of wildlife. You can hire a horse-drawn cart or explore the region on foot whilst marvelling the fabulous views before you. There are also a wonderful choice of beaches in the area, the most popular being Rossbeigh, Inch, Kells, and Banna Strand.

Traditional Jaunting Car tour and Killarney Race Course which is one of the great attractions. All meetings at the scenic location are incorporated into three summer festivals in the months of May, July and August. Primarily, racing is held in the evening making the racecourse the ideal venue to round off a day of local sightseeing.
It costs 20 euros admission

Kinsale
Kinsale has so much to do on and off the water. From historical walking tours, ghost tours, castles, forts, horse riding, golf as well as arts and crafts. The Kinsale Regatta is one of the longest running in Ireland and as popular as ever. You will be spoilt for choice restaurant wise and there is certainly somewhere to suit all tastes and pockets . It is 20 mins drive from Cork Airport

Dingle
A small port town on southwest Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula known for its rugged scenery trails and sandy beaches. A statue of long time harbour resident Fungi the dolphin is by the waterfront. Fungi, is a wild Bottlenose Dolphin, no one is quite sure of his age but he has been there for nearly 32 years and experts tell us he has a lifespan of between 40 and 50 years.

Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry is picturesque Ireland at its peak. Hidden away in the southwest corner of the island, this is a true treasure trove, with dreamlike landscapes awaiting every lucky visitor. It’s not just visitors from abroad that love this place – people travel from across the island to cycle, drive and trek this scene-stealing route on Kerry’s Iveragh Peninsula. Beginning and ending in Killarney, a trip here takes in all the big hitters: Molls Gap, Torc Waterfall and the Gap of Dunlop are winners – but really, the route itself is so much more than the sum of its parts.

The Ring of Kerry cycling route is one of Ireland’s most famous departing from some of the busier roads to lead you down the winding country boreens of real Kerry.

The soaring, craggy Skellig Islands are one of this area’s most history-laden and spellbinding spots; first discovered by intrepid monks in the 6th century, Hollywood followed many moons later and made these islands world famous when they featured in the 2015 Star Wars comeback. A great day out.

Bantry Bay
A busy market town and fishing port. There is an abundance of award winning restaurants in the town centre. It is perfect for walking (Sheeps Head Peninsula), cycling and fishing.

Bantry House
A spectacularly situated and exuberantly finished. It is one of Irelands most attractive Great Houses, full of treasures collected by various generations of Early of Bantry from all parts of the world.
You never know, you may even bump into Graham Norton while you are visiting the area as this is where he was born and spends many of the summer months there with the locals.

Cliffs of Moher
Cliffs of Moher - one of the world's greatest natural attractions. These cliffs stand 1/3 the size of the Empire State Building and have large populations of puffins and gannets. You can enjoy a hike or a relaxed walk, while gazing in amazement at this geological and natural beauty. The Cliffs of Moher also have shops and restaurants, anything from snacks and souvenirs available. A great day trip.


Shopping

Cork city: Cork offers a wide variety of shopping possibilities. Patrick Street in the city centre is the traditional shopping area, with a wide range of department stores. Cork is famous for its food too. Country markets and farmers' markets can be visited throughout the city and county. The English Market is an indoor market on Grand Parade in the city, and has been in operation since 1788. The mix of traditional Cork fare and exciting new foods from afar alongwith long standing family run stalls contribute to the unique appeal of this market.

Kildare outlet 50 mins drive from Dublin perfect outdoor shopping if you like designer brands at reduced prices.

Blarney Wollen Mills for traditional handmade jumpers.

Mallow town centre for all the basic food and clothes you may need.

The train station is also very easy to get to, you can get to Cork City by train in 25 mins.


Live Music

Cork City (Oliver Plunkett St) live music in most of the pubs there.
Killarney more traditional live music venues with traditional Irish Dancing.p

Arna óstáil ag Catherine

Mar bhall ó Meitheamh 2018
  • 20 Léirmheas
  • Aitheantas deimhnithe
  • Sáróstach

Comhóstaigh

  • Ruth
  • Lizzie

Le linn d'fhanachta

We have a local property manager who is always on hand and I will always be available on the end of a telephone.

Is sáróstach é Catherine

Óstaigh a bhfuil taithí acu, atá molta go hard agus atá tiomanta d'fhanacht iontach a chur ar fáil d'aíonna is ea iad Sáróstaigh.
  • Ráta freagartha: 100%
  • Am freagartha: laistigh de uair an chloig
Chun d'íocaíocht a chosaint, ná haistrigh airgead agus ná déan cumarsáid lasmuigh de láithreán gréasáin nó d'aip Airbnb choíche.

Rudaí le bheith ar eolas agat

Rialacha tí

Seiceáil amach: 12:00
Féin-seiceáil isteach le bosca glais
Cosc ar thobac
Cosc ar pheataí
Cosc ar chóisirí agus ar imeachaí

Sláinte & sábháilteacht

Geallta do phróiseas glantacháin fheabhsaithe Airbnb. Taispeáin tuilleadh
Tá treoirlínte Airbnb maidir le scaradh sóisialta agus treoirlínte eile a bhaineann le COVID-19 i bhfeidhm
Gan aláram aonocsaíd charbóin
Aláram deataigh

Polasaí cealaithe

Déan iniúchadh ar roghanna eile in Cork agus sa cheantar máguaird

Tuilleadh áiteanna le fanacht in Cork: