Superb, retro-designed, cosy wooden chalet overlooking the sea. Situated 20 mins walk from Ballydonegan beach & Allihies village ( Sunday Trad session are a must) The area is part of the Wild Atlantic Way & stunning Ring of Beara. Local attractions (1km-5km) include Dzogchen Buddhist Centre, the copper mines&museum, a bridal path/horse trek, Dunboy Castle & forest, the magnificent stone arches and a host of stunning cycling & walking routes. Perfect base to enjoy the area & relax in tranquility
“We arrived in very windy and rainy conditions at the end of the day and we couldn't believe how comfortable and warm it was inside the cabin. Everything was thought to the detail and we had a fantastic time. From the decoration to the very interesting books on the bookshelf (I now want to read the book about the Raj from start to finish). Only downside is we should've stayed longer! Loved to hear the rain and wind outside while inside was extremely cozy. The view is breathtaking and we where lucky to catch an almost full moon that we could watch from the bedroom window. We where also lucky to catch a sunny day and beautiful sunset from the cabin. All in all we hope to return for a few more days in the future. :)”
Delightful cosy cabin set at the base of Pine trees in the rear garden of our bed and breakfast property. 4 mins drive (15 mins walk) from Dzorgen Beara Buddhist and Meditation Centre and a 5 minute walk / clamber to the cliffs. Castletownbere Fishing town with pubs and restaurants is 8 mins drive one way and Allihies village with beach and pub grub 14 mins the other way. Fantastic area for walking and cycling. The cabin is self catering and a selection of evening meals are available.
“First of all David and his wife are absolutely fabulous hosts. The place itself is nice, very clean and cozy. The cabin has large windows so you get a lot of light during the day which is really cool. The cabin is located in a very quiet and peaceful area and is in a excellent location to explore the Beara peninsula.”
This delightful, stone-built, detached cottage on the Beara Peninsula enjoys an elevated position overlooking the sea. Bright, light and airy throughout, a feeling accentuated by the French doors from the living area leading to the patio outside.
“Absolutely stunning!! From booking with sinead, to the end, I cannot fault the hospitality. The house, the surrounding area and the sheer loveliness of pat and his family. We absolutely Loved it here. Got to spend time in a stunning location with fantastic neighbours (pat even helped me look for my naughty dog who decided to go wandering at stupid o clock!!) thus family are one of the nicest families I have ever met and thus made the stay so much more enjoyable! 20 out of 20 for everything. We will 100% be back.! This place is a gem! And so is pat!”