"seclusion" and "privacy" are
words that spring to mind for your perfect
holiday, then this location has to be ideal.
charming stone cottage nestles in a quiet corner
of West Cork, a ten - minute walk from the
village of Ballydehob, where colour - washed
terraces of houses mount the narrow streets.
The house is beautifully appointed, including
oil - fired central heating and a well - equipped
kitchen. Combined with pine-beamed ceilings and
an open fire in the living room, this is a cosey
and relaxing place to stay.
And when you step outside and view the
tranquil green rise of small fields and gorse and
hawthorn hedgerows, you will feel your heart ache
with the beauty of it all. Rocky outcrops abound
and a small river with a weir passes directly in
front of the house.
Set in fourteen acres of unspoilt heathland,
this secret corner of rural Ireland is an idyll
for children and lovers of the outdoors. Be
prepared never to want to leave the dramatic
landscape of West Cork, a landscape which appeals
to something primitive