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Hotel Seaview House Ballylickey
Kathleen OSullivan says: I would never have called it Seaview with so many trees in the front. Equally, shes ponders how to describe her establishment. Its really a country house - with country house cooking, she says. In that case, its country house cooking of a very high order indeed, having won many international plaudits and here, in particular, one detects the particular passion that puts this establishment high on the must visit list. Dozens of homely and cosy touches help sustain the warmth of the welcome well beyond the front door. Theres the absence of hotel furniture, in favour of many fine antique pieces. A dining room with many nooks and crannies, is fuelled by a kitchen of great quality and a very good cellar and theres a relaxing sitting room that also includes a well stocked bar. All this, set in a coastal country that is a joy for leisurely touring. Indeed, anyone in a hurry will miss the point - or worse, miss Seaview House Hotel. Whatever name it goes by, a host of satisfied visitors would be pleased to call it home. Two AA Rosettes for food. Gilbeys Gold Medal Award for Catering Excellence. more
Hotel Ardnagashel Woods Ballylickey
The 4-star Ardnagashel Woods is situated on the sea between Glengariff and Bantry, and is perfectly placed for touring the beautiful and dramatic South West. The houses are set in woodlands and gardens with magnificent views over Bantry Bay. The Estate has its own pebble beach. The Beara, Sheeps head and Mizen peninsulas are all within an easy drive. Guests at Ardnagashel are spoilt for choice with excellent local restaurants, shops, pubs and craft centres and for those seeking outdoor activity, there are a wide range of amenities on the doorstep. more
Hotel Ballylickey Bay Holiday Homes Ballylickey
The 3-star Ballylickey Bay Holiday Homes are situated at the very heart of the magnificent Bantry bay midway between Bantry town and Glengariff and is an ideal base for a holiday in West Cork. West Cork is known for its stunning scenery, unspoilt environment and its warm welcome. South West of Ballylickey is the beautiful Goat's path while just five minutes away to the north-west is the magnificent Beara Peninsula with its ruggedness, mystery and the dominant feature of fabulous Hungry Hill. For scenery there is non more spectacular than Sheep's head way and Gougane Barra. The vistas on offer from the surrounding hills are worth the journey and has lovely forest walks. Visitors may take the short ferry trip to Garnish Island to enjoy the beauty of its world famous Italian gardens. more