Lough Hyne Cottage

Lough Hyne ,

West Cork

Ireland

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Phone + 353 87 2541517

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2010 Prices

 

From 550.00 1050.00 per week

Electricity & Heating not included metered per amount used. Refundable security deposit payable on arrival. Booking deposit 200.00 balance payable eight weeks before commencement of vacation.

 

A nature lovers paradise, Lough Hyne and its beauty is so enchanting and its marina life so unique and varied, it became IRELANDS FIRST AND ONLY MARINE NATURE RESERVE IN 1979. Lough Hyne Cottages and Lands are also within the proposed NATIONAL HERITAGE AND SCIENTIFIC AREA OF IRELAND.

Lough Hyne Cottage is a luxuriously appointed residence. The original farmhouse was lovingly restored in 1988, receiving and West Cork Environmental Award in 1991. The cottage stands on 18 private acres perched high up on the hillside overlooking the Lough and Castle Island. here on a rugged, breathtaking and unspoilt mountainside sloping to the lakes and Atlantic sea-shorelines, you can become part of the unusual and beautiful and romantic natural environments. Panoramic views of the lake and the Atlantic Ocean are available. Sleeps up to five

Ground Floor:

 Hallway,

 Utility Room,

 Toilet,

 Kitchen/Dining with open stone fireplace and vaulted ceiling with Bay Window.

 Lounge with open fireplace and picture bay window

 Private natural stone paved terrace,

 Double Bedroom, ensuite.

First Floor:

 Bedroom 1 (single bed),

 Bedroom 2 (2 single beds),

 Shower & Toilet wash hand basin

Kitchen Equipment:

 Dishwasher

  

 Fridge

  

 Cooker

  

 Microwave Coffee maker

  

 Washing machine

  

 Colour T.V.

  

 Central Heating

  

 Oil fired meter operated.

  

Lough Hyne, four miles from Skibbereen, is a unique salt water lake, which is a marine reserve boasting a multiplicity of unusual underwater creatures. It is popular for water sports, such as swimming, scuba diving and canoeing - shooting the rapids which link into the sea. Lough Hyne is surrounded by wooded hillsides, well worth climbing for spectacular views of the lake, coast and islands.