Located in Leap village in one of the most scenic areas of West Cork and within close proximity to the popular coastal villages of Glandore & Union Hall, which are renowned for their sailing waters, restaurants and lively pubs.
“A great cottage, centrally located in Leap. A short walk to Connolly's (check out their wood fired pizza!) or the Leap Inn. If you want something further a field, you can easily walk to Union Hall or Glandore too. The cottage was very clean, warm and well appointed with off street parking. Would happily stay again!”
Come and stay in a building with age, history and Irish charm. Enjoy something different but beautiful and very open plan but cosy and clean. The lake is on the property offering fishing if you have the equipment for €30 A day per boat through the fishery which I am happy to book for you. The Creamery is all renovated and offers a comfortable stay and has just been restored and decorated. There are dogs and cats on site but can be locked away if anyone is unhappy with that they are friendly.
“For us it was the best holiday home ever! It really felt like beeing at home. There was everything we needed and even more than we expected. Everything was full of love. Louise is so friendly and accessible. Her recommendations were fantastic. We loved ‚The Church Restaurant’ in Skibbereen. We also loved her dog Bonzo. The landscape and surrounding is just beautiful and very peaceful. When we come back to Ireland we would love to come back to Louise and her family and her little piece of heaven.”
With a view over rolling countryside to Mount Gabriel and only 2 miles off The Wild Atlantic Way, Skeagh Creamery Cottage is the ideal base from which to explore all that West Cork has to offer. It looks traditional from the outside but is full of modern convenience. The double ensuite bedroom, large open plan living space and an overhead twin room provide all that's required for a comfortable stay. Safe off road parking and secure storage available for your bike, if required.
“Great base if dining in Chestnut restaurant in nearby Ballydehob as there are three taxi services to ferry you around. Una was such a lovely host. The stove was lit when we arrived and the cottage was so cosy and warm, with basket full of sticks and coal. Thoughtful extras like electric blanket ,fresh local produce for breakfast and toiletries. We enjoyed our stay.”