Book a cottage break in Skibbereen, Cork, Ireland

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Ardagh North Cottage with Country Views

, Baltimore, Cork, South West Ireland , Ireland
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sleeps  8 sleeps 8
4 bedrooms 4 bedrooms
3 bathrooms 3 bathrooms
1 dog welcome  1 pet

4 bedroom pet-friendly holiday house

4 bedroom pet-friendly holiday house in Cork with woodburning stove, open fireplace and garden.

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

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4 star rated
Best for: Family holidays, Dogs Welcome Breaks
* Price quoted is not inclusive of any applicable booking fees or local charges.
Surrounded by hills, pastures and greenery, Skibbereen is Ireland’s most southerly town and also benefits from a location close to the coast in beautiful County Cork. Located just six miles from Baltimore with its harbour, Skibbereen is great for those with a love for outdoor life as there is plenty to do on the waters near here amongst incredible scenery.  This is a fantastic corner of Ireland for a memorable family self-catering holiday or a special, romantic break away.

Information on Cottage Holidays in Skibbereen

The town of Skibbereen is vibrant and welcoming, with bright coloured houses lining the streets and rows of individual shops and friendly, local pubs at every turn. There is so much to do here on a cottage holiday that it is hard to know where to begin, but the town has a rich history, and the monument at Abbeystrewery should be visited if in the village. This is where approximately 10,000 victims of the Irish famine of 1846-47 are said to be buried, from the 1.5 million in total who perished, and it makes a fascinating visit for those interested in history.

The Russagh Mills Adventure Centre is close by and offers opportunities to enjoy various outdoor pursuits from kayaking to abseiling, archery to rock climbing, and even scuba diving, for those looking for a unique and thrilling time in Ireland.

The stunning Lough Hyne and its vast waters can be seen from Knockonagh Forest Walk, and the views here truly are spectacular. Photographers will leap at the opportunity to snap at this incredible landscape and as Europe’s largest sea-water lake, nature lovers will be curious to know of the unusual marine life which dwell beneath the surfaces. Visitors can go to the Skibbereen Heritage Centre where you get more information and see the Lough Hyne Interpretative Centre which explains all about Ireland’s first Marine Nature Reserve, and it is truly fascinating to hear all about the lake.

In terms of entertainment whilst on your self-catering break, live music can often be heard through the doors of the cosy public houses, and settling down with a drink, a good meal, great company and traditional music is a wonderful way to spend a warm summer’s evening in a completely stunning part of Ireland. Skibbereen has it all – from beaches to rivers, mountains and forests, and whether you are staying in the town for a relaxing break or just visiting for the day or passing through, you will certainly fall in love with the charm of this kindly Irish settlement.

When it comes to finding comfortable self-catering accommodation from which to discover some of the best of Skibbereen, we aim to help. We feature an excellent choice of Irish accommodation including coastal cottages, dog friendly cottages and romantic cottages. Wherever you choose to stay we trust that you’ll have a fantastic time in this stunning part of County Cork.

Book a Skibbereen cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Cork on holiday.