You can book this house for just 1 night so it’s very flexible.
The house has recently been interior designed to a high standard.
The views are absolutely stunning.
The house is a 8 minute drive to the old head of kinsale golf course and Kinsale town centre is approx 8-10mins drive away with a numerous amount of restaurants and bars there.
This properties check in and check out times are better than nearly every other property in Kinsale.
You need to be 23 or older to hire this property.
Please enter the correct amount of guests staying when booking , so that adequate beds, bed linen, towels are left out for all guests.
If you are booking for a date over a years time , then you will need to use a laptop or computer as the Airbnb app won’t let you do this
PLEASE READ PREVIOUS GUEST REVIEWS ON THE HOUSE , TO SEE JUST HOW NICE THIS HOUSE IS, ITS REALLY QUITE STUNNING.
You must be 23 years of age or older to hire this property, which will be checked on arrival if need be.
The entire house is yours , no one else will be sharing it with you.
We do not accept stag weekends.
NO PETS ARE ALLOWED OF ANY KIND
We can arrange to sleep 20 guests , when booking it will only let you book for 16 guests on this site , the extra charge per guest above 16 is €50 per person per night and extra beds will be arranged to be bought in.
2 years and younger are classed as infants and are not charged for staying and we have 2 cots at the house for you to use plus a feeding chair.
Children over the age of 2 on check in are classed as children and are charged.
Over the Christmas season it’s a minimum 3 night stay the rest of the year it’s only a 1 night minimum stay.
The house sits on the top of the hill looking down on the Old Head of Kinsale, the views are breathtaking from Inside and outside areas.
The house is accessed via large electronic gates so the property is secured for your safety.
The house itself is a modern 6 bedroom 5 bathroom house, large modern kitchen , dining room and lounge.
Bedroom 1 , is located upstairs , it has 2 king size beds in it , plus 2 floor beds, as well as an en-suite bathroom and sky tv. There’s work space available in this bedroom.
Bedroom 2, is located upstairs and has a super king bed , plus 2 floor beds, as well as an en-suite bathroom and a bath tub which is located in the bedroom , which looks out on to the old head of kinsale. There is a balcony off this bedroom plus sky tv
Bedroom 3 , has a super king bed and 1 floor bed, as well as an en-suite bathroom, Sky tv
Bedroom 4 , has a king size bed plus sky tv
Bedroom 5 , has a king size bed plus Sky tv
Bedroom 6 , has a super king bed and 1 floor bed , as well as en-suite bathroom, sky tv
Main bathroom with a jacuzzi bath is located on the ground floor
Dining room seats 28 people for dinner in arm chair style seating and the kitchen area seats 16 people
There is a large kids playroom in the attic which is accessed from outside, it is full of toys , board games and books , it also has a tv.
Heated enclosed gazebo which seats 10 people, with lighting so can be used in the evenings.
There are 2 other seating areas outside , one by the children’s climbing frame and the other outside the kitchen door.
There is a large pirate ship climbing frame with slide and swings which has a barked floor area , along with a wooden children's play house situated in the large private gated garden.
There is also a sunken into the ground large trampoline.
4 kids scooters in the outside shed
In the outside shed there is a snooker table and tennis table , with lighting in there so can be used in the evenings.
Kinsale is a 10 minute drive and Garrettstown beach is approximately a 5 minute drive.
Please note that this house underwent a 1 million pound renovation , which was completed in July 2017.
The local pub " The Speckeld Door" is a 5 minute drive away or drive to the end of the road for 2 minutes and walk across the beach.
The following items are also at the house for guests to use
1 Babies feeding chair
2 baby cots
Sky tv in every bedroom plus in lounge and kitchen.
Kids cutlery and plates
Slow cooker for stews / casseroles
Mortar and pestle
Half pint glasses
Sharp knife set
Electric range cooker
The house was interior designed and the furniture imported from “Oka furniture store” in Chelsea , U.K.
If you need a caterer to come in and cook or bring your breakfast , lunch or dinner then let me know and il pass on the details.
All guests are advised to take out travel insurance , incase you need to cancel your booking for unseen reasons , or for damages done at the property during your stay , this is optional of course and is down to the person making the booking.
You will fall in love with this house. The views are stunning and it's just the most amazing setting you could wish for.
Kinsale hosts an annual jazz festival, which takes place during the last weekend of October. Pubs and hotels in the town host concerts by jazz and blues groups throughout the weekend, including on the last Monday of October (which is a bank holiday in Ireland).
The monumental steel, originally unpainted, sculpture The Great Wall of Kinsale, by Eilis O'Connell and installed in 1988 to celebrate Kinsale's achievements in the Tidy Towns competition, stands by Pier Road and Town Park.
Bastion, a restaurant on Market/Main streets, received a Michelin Star in 2020. Chef Keith Floyd was previously a resident of Kinsale.
Kinsale is a holiday destination for both Irish and overseas tourists. Leisure activities include yachting, sea angling, and golf. The town also has several art galleries, and there is a large yachting marina close to the town centre.
The town is known for its restaurants, including the Michelin-starred Bastion restaurant, and holds a number of annual gourmet food festivals.
Historical buildings in the town include St. Multose's Church (Church of Ireland) of 1190, St. John the Baptist (Catholic) of 1839, the Market House of c. 1600, and the so-called French Prison (or Desmond Castle, associated with the Earls of Desmond) of c. 1500. Charles Fort, a partly restored star fort of 1677, is in nearby Summercove.
Kinsale, County Cork is all about scenery, stories and surprises. let's start with the surprises, Kinsale is hopping like no place else in Ireland in the cool of an Irish spring. The town is busy with locals and tourists alike, with many French, recently arrived overnight from Roscoff giving a well dressed look, to an already well heeled and presented town. Steeped in stories, the defeat of the Irish in the Battle of Kinsale 1601 changed the course of Irish history forever with the Flight of the Earls (the old order of Irish chieftains) and the arrival of the British planters. But, long before even that event, it was an important trading port on the route to the new world. Landmark taverns and the Dutch style courthouse, where the inquest into the sinking of the Luistania in 1915 was held as well as medieval Desmond Castle still survive as do most of the other character houses in and around the narrow maze of streets that thankfully have not been demolished in the name of progress or greed....
Kinsale thrives on its waterfront location, the galleons which once sailed right up town have been replaced with leisure craft for both sailing and fishing. The Kinsale regatta is one of the longest running in Ireland and as popular as ever. Thirty years ago, Kinsale pioneered the Slow Food Movement with local artisan food producers getting together with chefs to produce the most wonderful food. In fact there seems to be more bars, restaurants and cafes per square mile here than in Dublin and as I say its busy, busy, busy. But the people are warm and friendly and for the most characters like Martin Shanahan who’s mad about fish and is leading a nationwide campaign to get us all back cooking and eating it. You will spoiled for choice restaurant wise and there is certainly somewhere to suit all tastes and pockets. A great weekend destination or starting point on a scenic road trip around West Cork....
10 Other Things To Do and See in and around Kinsale.....
1 First up Dermot Ryan’s walking tour of Kinsale is a must, tailor made, instantly, to suit the interests and nationalities of the various individuals who show up on the day. Warm, witty and informative, it’s the best €5 you will spend in Kinsale, tour departs daily at 10.30 from the Tourist Office on the quay and takes about an hour.
2 In these days of online everything is there anything better when on holidays than browsing a real bookshop rather than a virtual one and having a book talk to you or fall into your hands as well as a chat with the owner of the Kinsale Book Shop who’ll advise you on the latest arrivals re Irish interest or just a downright, good old-fashioned read, as well as the state of the industry!
3 Followed by coffee and the best lemon meringue pie in Ireland at the Lemon Leaf or a real hot chocolate in Jo’s. I must say I like this kind of niche marketing, it certainly adds to the relaxation element of a pleasant saturday morning shop when my stomach nods in agreement without even having to bother my mind.
4 The Boathouse Gallery with an electic selection of sea inspired images, I particularly liked but couldn’t afford, as usual, the Dee Pieters landscapes of West Cork with their mirror like water elements and bottomless lakes. With a warm Cork welcome from the owner, who knows well you are only browsing and unlikely to buy, well not this time perhaps, but maybe next time?
5 And then there are the stalwarts like Jim Edwards, the Blue Haven and the Spaniard out the road, that have been there forever. There’s a great line up of music most nights throughout the summer, good food and perfect pints all day and plenty of atmosphere all with walking distance of each other.
6 And no shortage of restaurants obviously in the Gourmet Capital of Ireland, cheap and cheerful Crackpots and Brunos to more expensive Finns Table and Fishy Fishy with the Black Pig doing tapas but my absolute favourite is up next?
7 Bulman Pub, Summercove, never was a place more aptly named, location? tick! sunset, if you are lucky? tick! atmosphere? most definitely! great pints, cold beer or glass of wine? for sure! And the best oysters, lobster and seafood you will eat anywhere in Ireland.
8 Charles Fort, after the defeat of the Irish in 1601 the English built this French style star shaped fort at the mouth of the harbour and installed a garrison of over 1000 troops which remained in Kinsale for over 400 years until we got our independence in1922. You can visit by car or on foot, a nice walk out via Scilly, take a Harbour Cruise or Hire a Boat during the summer.
9 Old Head, Kinsale, known as the 'Edge of the World’ at the time, it still looks like that, a rugged peninsula, jutting out 3 miles out into the Atlantic with its famous lighthouse and Celtic marriage stone. It now belongs to private consortium who have developed a world class links and exclusive golf club which is on every golfers bucket list of courses to play before they die
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