482. Ballycommane, Durrus, Co. Cork
Sleeps: 5 • Bedrooms: 3 • Price Band: H
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This stone-clad house is set in a remote and secluded location on a hillside above the village of Durrus on the Sheeps Head Peninsula and enjoys far reaching westerly views across Dunmanus Bay to the Mizen Head Peninsula. It is situated about 4 km from Durrus for nearest shop and pubs. and restaurant. West Cork is famous for its food culture, with cheeses, salamis, farmers markets and fine restaurants, including two Michelin Star restaurants, one fifteen minutes drive away, and the second just beyond Skibbereen. The Sheep’s Head Way (70 km of walks with spectacular coastal paths for walkers and cyclists) was recently named by National Geographic as one of the hidden gems of the Wild Atlantic Way. Small lakes, ruined castles, megalithic sites and a wealth of historic monuments. Winner of the prestigious Eden award. The locality is designated a ‘special’ protection area for birds’. Bantry (12 km) for 18-hole golf course, leisure centre, Bantry House and garden. Wild flower garden with barbecue and furniture.
Architect designed open plan accommodation with sitting/kitchen/dining room with electric hob and oven and wood burning stove, utility room with washing machine and dryer. Three bedrooms, each with en suite bathrooms. Downstairs - single bedroom with adjacent bathroom; double bedroom with ensuite bathroom. Upstairs open plan loft bedroom with sitting room and en suite bathroom. All baths have shower attachments. Oil fired underfloor heating. Duvets. Television (free to air). DVD/CD. Dishwasher. Freezer. Wi-Fi.
Not suitable for children (2-12 years) - There is a small river and pond beside the drive, and the house might be dangerous to young children.
€50 deposit paid on arrival for oil, and refund/additional charge made depending on useage.
Linen, Towels, WiFi