Holiday lets in Baltimore, Cork, Ireland

Get away to the County Cork seaside with a self-catering cottage holiday in the coastal village of Baltimore. 

Facts about what Baltimore offers for Cottage Breaks

With colourfully painted seaside houses and a pretty harbour, the quaint village of Baltimore holds plenty of appeal for visitors.

Top Places to Discover on a Cottage Holiday in Baltimore

  • Baltimore sits along the Wild Atlantic Way where you can discover impressive coastal peninsulas with high cliffs, hidden bays and pristine beaches.  The dramatic cliffs at Mizen Head not far from Baltimore in particular are not to be to missed.
  • Although there is no beach at Baltimore there are some gorgeous beaches nearby including Silver Strand beach on nearby Sherkin Island and Reen Strand on Heir Island.
  • For those who enjoy outdoor activities, deep see angling trips can be booked locally and shore angling is another popular activity in this part of Ireland.  Other popular activities include walking, golf and horse riding.  Wildlife watching is another popular activity and various trips run from in and near Baltimore including whale and dolphin watching trips and bird watching boat trips.

For an adventure holiday or a relaxing break in County Cork, Baltimore could be the perfect place to stay. Whether you choose to rent a holiday chalet or a coastal cottage, we hope you find the perfect Baltimore holiday home for you.

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Ardagh North Cottage with Country Views, Baltimore, Cork, Ireland

4 bedroom Holiday Cottage, Ireland.

sleeps 4 - 8 guests
4 - 8
4 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
dog-friendly cottage, 1 dog(s) welcome
4 star

Enjoy the best of both worlds with a stay at this high quality 4 bedroom rural retreat, set next to unspoilt County Cork countryside, yet enjoying a location just 2 miles from the port town of Baltimore.

Weekly Price from: £277
Next availability:
from 17 October 2019 to 26 October 2019; from 02 November 2019 to 28 December 2019;