About Cooragurteen Stone Cottage Stay at a lovely cosy stone cottage on its own private grounds just a short hop from the charming Irish rural village of Ballydehob, and less than ten minutes from the beautiful seaside village of Schull. The cottage is decorated tastefully and offers warm, comfortable relaxing accommodation. It is ideally located for touring stunning West Cork, the Ring of Beara, Mizen Head peninsula, and the Kerry region.
Description Ground floor: • Old-style kitchen with all modern conveniences (dishwasher, fridge, microwave etc.) • Open-plan sitting/dining room with stone fire place & basket of turf. • Double bedroom with en-suite shower room. • Single room • Bathroom with bath and separate shower Utility room with washing machine, tumble drier and iron. Storage area
First floor: • Open plan seating area with T.V, DVD player and selection of DVD’s. • King size bedroom with en-suite shower room. • Large bedroom with double & single bed. • Storage area.
The Grounds: The cottage is located on its own private grounds off the main road. The grounds are surrounded by a wooden fence enclosing a lovely green garden, with lots of room for sunbathing, kicking around the ball, or just relaxing. Garden furniture means you can make the most of any sun! Pets are welcome at no extra charge. Large garden for playing. You are assured of a warm Irish welcome at this more than homely house. Home made scones and jam on arrival along with a welcome basket. Turf for the fire included.
Location From Cork take The N71 To Ballydehob and then the R592 Ballydehob to Schull road for 1.5 kilometres. Walking nearby.
Cooragurteen Stone Cottage: Please share your stay experience
Lovely place beautifully done cottages lovely area to visit would highly recommend it.
Beautiful house. Bed linen and towels were immaculate. Plenty of wood and coal left for the stove. John the owner was lovely to deal with.
A perfect place to get away from the city routine, surrounded by nature and quietness, and yet only a few minutes away from the welcoming Irish town folks.
The weather and situation of the property. Great views being on top of the hill but a very windy unsheltered spot.
The initial meeting/rendezvous to show us the way and the facilities. Also we loved the homemade scones & jam. Very well equiped.
28 March 2016
First time in west cork, we had amazing weather so loved the cottage, we had an amazing stay & pet friendly. Dying to go back, more to explore .... House was warm with good quality kitchen & washing appliances (makes my job less tedious!) top marks
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