My partner and I spent a bit of time in West Cork over the Easter holiday and found this lovely bed and breakfast on the road from Bantry to Glengariff, about ten minutes outside Bantry town. The welcome was very warm and the room cosy with an excellent sea view.
The Ouvane pub right across the street was a good spot to spend an afternoon overlooking the bay. Bantry itself a great town at night and the very helpfull owner not only pointed us in the direction of a good meal (at O'Connors in the town centre) but she also gave us a lift into town freeing us up to have a drink or two that evening.
As a vegetarian I was impressed with the breakfast options available. Quite often I have to make do with a bowl of cereal or piece of fruit while my partner tucks into a big breakfast, but here I was well catered for.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Scenic tranquil B&B/Guesthouse, on two acres of landscaped gardens overlooking Bantry Bay at Ballylickey on route N71 between Bantry and Glengarriff. All rooms en-suite; wheelchair-friendly; central heating; TVs, tea/coffee and sea views. Coach parking, one minute’s walk to local bar/restaurant. One hours drive of Killarney and the famous “Ring of Kerry” Mizen Head & Blarney Castle. Ideal location for touring, hill-walking, golf, lake, river & sea angling. Credit Cards. ... more less
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