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Bru Na Pairce | Bantry, Ireland

Bru Na Pairce

Starting at USD $38.50 per night
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West Cork is known for its natural beauty. It features Sea, Hills, Hiking, Biking, Fishing, Islands and beautiful towns featuring world class restaurants.

Bantry House
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Bantry House is totally charming, privately owned and managed to this day by the Shelwell-Whites, descendants of the Earls of Bantry (through the female line) since the 1760's. It was the first stately home to be opened to the public in Ireland in 1946 and has been delighting visitors ever since.

What is unique about this property apart from its scenic coastal location, magnificent Italian gardens and eclectic collection of antiques and artefacts from around the world is its accessibility. Being privately owned and still lived in it practically talks to you…albeit of heady days gone by, it fires the imagination of an elegant and adventurous past.

Garnish Island
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Garnish Island is located in the sheltered harbour of Glengarriff in Bantry Bay, in Southwest Ireland. Garnish is world renowned for its gardens which are laid out in beautiful walks and it has some stunning specimen plants which are rare in this climate.

Take the Garnish Island Ferry from Glengarriff Pier to visit this amazing island garden. The very sheltered ferry trip includes a wonderful visit to seal island where you will visit the very tame seal colony. For history buffs the Island also boasts a Martello tower on its southern shores which has been restore. There is an amazing view of the bay from the battlements of the tower.

Gougane Barra
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Gougane Barra is located in a beautiful part of the South West of Ireland, ideal if you are looking for some of Irelands scenic countryside to visit. The area of Gougane Barra can be visited at any time of the year but it is especially beautiful in the Summer months. An ideal area in West Cork for cycling or walking with many walking and nature trails in the Gougane Barra Forest Park, and there is also a little section which you can drive around, a nice feature.
On entering Gougane Barra you are met with the natural beauty of the hills which tower over Gougane Barra Lake and then the well known St Finbarr's Oratory or Small Church out in the Lake on the little island all on its own. Just behind the Oratory are the remains of St Finbarr's monastery from the 6th century, with beautiful old stations of the cross above the ancient prayer cells. The Oratory has some lovely stained glass windows. It must be the most photographed Church in this part of Ireland and many a happy wedding have enjoyed this wonderful setting for their photographs.

The scenery in this area is breath taking and it offers the visitor a little time out in this peaceful valley. Cork's River Lee has its source in Gougane Barra's Lake, where it flows through Ballingeary and onwards towards Cork City.

The Sheep's Head
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The Sheep's Head is a peaceful, unspoilt peninsula which has some of the most beautiful scenery in all of Ireland. Many visitors come year after year to the Sheep's Head because they love its idyllic quietness, there are no traffic jams, where they can easily get to know local people

The Sheep's Head Way, has beautiful views and there are many long and short loop walks available.

The Sheep's Head Cycling route includes some of the most spectacular unspoilt scenery of the south west of Ireland. It is approximately 100 km long starting in Ballylickey and ending in Ballydehob covering the north side of Sheep's Head peninsula and returns through Durrus on to Ballydehob.

Beara Peninsula
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The Beara Way Walking Route is a circuit of the peninsula following side roads, boreens, bog roads and tracks, taking in all that is special about the place, including a variety of historical sites ranging from Ogham Stones to Wedge Graves, Stone Circles to ancient church sites. While there are a few stretches along the very edge of the Atlantic, one is never very far from the sea, even on the mountainous parts, and the route includes a thrill unique to Beara a spin over the sea in a tiny cable-car at Dursey Island.

The main towns on the route are Kenmare, Glengarriff and Castletownbere. There are a number of colourful villages in between: Allihies, Ardgroom, Adrigole, and Eyeries. Bere Island and Dursey Island offer excellent walking after a short trip by ferry or cable car.

The Mizen Peninsula
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The Mizen Peninsula in the far Southwest is one of the most beautiful parts of Ireland, which provides a bit of everything that makes Ireland so unique: steep cliffs, lush green pastures and rugged moorland, lively little towns, megaliths and the probably most beautiful beach of West Cork at Barleycove.

Ring of Kerry
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The Ring of Kerry is a amazing route passing through some of the most beautiful scenery is southern Ireland. It passes through Killarney with its lovely National Park alongside Lough Leane, around Iveragh Peninsula, passing through Kenmare, Sneem, Waterville, Cahersiveen and Killorglin.

Along the way there are beautiful views �- particularly at Ladies View in Killarney National Park; castles, forts and historic houses including Derrynane House, home of Daniel O'Connor; the impressive glacial valley of Gap of Dunloe; St Mary's Cathedral in Killarney; Skellig Michael �- a sheer rocky island in the Atlantic which housed a monastery and now a nature reserve; Torc Waterfall and Ogham stones which contain carvings of the Old Irish language.

If you prefer a slower pace and want to walk or cycle through this part of the world, The Kerry Way follows almost the same route but on quieter roads.
All bedrooms are ensuite, with television, hairdryer, clothes iron, tea and coffee making facilities. Free WIFI is available throughout the Bed and Breakfast.
1 x Family Room, ensuite. sleeps 4.
3 x Double Rooms, ensuite. sleeps 2.
1 x Twin Room,ensuite. Sleeps 2.
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