Lough Hyne,
West Cork.

This premier Coastal Retreat on the West Cork Coastline between LOUGH HYNE LAKE {Marine nature reserve } and BALTIMORE { fishing village}.The House is set on an elevated rugged and unspoilt mountainside facing South , with unobstructed views of the famous STAGG ROCKS and the CELTIC SEA available. Internationally famous {nature lovers paradise} Lough Hyne Lake, Barloge creek and the state woods at Knockomagh {hill walking} are all within a short walk. Tralispean & Tragumna beaches {one is a blue flag beach} are 3 miles. West Carbery Golf Club 18 hole course is 2 miles.
This area is a designated NATURE RESERVE and is one of WEST CORKS most beautiful natural and romantic environments.

Entrance hallway
Fitted Kitchen/dining Room,{overlooking sea}
Utility Room,
Study & Lounge with open fireplace,{ both overlooking sea}
Bath room.
Double Bedroom en-suite,
double bed,
Two single beds
Furnished:Luxuriously furnished throughout

Dish Washer,
Coffee Maker,
Washing Machine,
Colour TV,
Oil Fired Central Heating.
Gardens acre

Activities: Hill Walking, Lake fishing, Sea fishing, Bird Watching, Wind Surfing, Sea diving {two diving schools in Baltimore} or exploring Historical Traces you will find in this ancient landscape. Yachting ,Boating, Deep Sea Angling, off shore visits to CAPE CLEAR ISLAND & SHERKIN ISLAND from nearby BALTIMORE HARBOUR.

Saturday--Saturday booking, Low Season 550.00 -- High season 995.00 per week. Refundable security deposit also required. Bed linen and towels provided . Electricity and heating metered per amount used. Booking deposit 300.00 the balance available eight weeks before commencement of vacation

Text Box: HOME

Contact Us

Phone + 353 87 2541517


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.