25. 2, on ground floor, suitable for disabled.
15 Mar–15 Nov.
bar, library, 2 lounges, restaurant/conservatory, free Wi-Fi in public rooms, some bedrooms, in-room TV (Ericom), wedding facilities, 4-acre grounds, riding, golf nearby.
all ages welcomed, special menus and babysitting available.
not allowed in public rooms.
per person B&B €70–€95, D,B&B €105–€140. Set dinner €43–€52, two-course dinner €37.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Family antiques and fresh flowers create a homely feel of old-world elegance at this traditional hotel overlooking Bantry Bay. The ‘vast collection’ of ornaments and objets d’art in the spacious public rooms may strike some as old-fashioned, but a ‘warm welcome’ never goes out of style – admirers praise the restful surroundings and ‘admirably efficient’ staff. While away an afternoon with a book from the cosy library; take tea in the garden on a fine day; when cool evenings draw in, gather with fellow guests (and a glass of vintage port) by the roaring fire in the lounge. Individually decorated with antiques and fine art, bedrooms vary in size; a suite with a sofa bed can accommodate a family. Choose one with ‘distant’ views over the sea. Come dinnertime, settle into the restaurant overlooking the garden. Here, the daily-changing menus of ‘decent’ home cooking might include local specialities like Bantry Bay crab or West Cork lamb. An excellent base to explore the Beara peninsula; the Wild Atlantic Way is easily accessible. The third generation of the O’Sullivan family, Ronan, is now in charge.
10% discount voucher
This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 10% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. To take advantage of this offer, you must present the voucher at the time of booking.
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