Sea Lodge is a unique and charming holiday property situated on the shores of beautiful Bantry Bay in West Cork. This historic boathouse is located on Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way, once part of the Bantry House Estate. This unique holiday home is flanked on both sides by water - a tidal inlet to the rear and panoramic views of Bantry Bay and Whiddy Island to the front of the property. Sea Lodge Bantry – Sleeps 5This charming holiday lodge in Cork was completely renovated in 2015 and comfortably sleeps 5 guests. A gentle nautical theme runs throughout this beautiful holiday lodge. On the ground floor you enter into a bright open plan dining area and kitchen. The large dining table easily seats 8 and the kitchen has everything you need for a comfortable self-catering holiday. The cosy sitting room has two windows which overlook the water. On the first floor are two bright bedrooms both of which are en-suite. The master bedroom has a king-sized bed and the second bedroom has a bunk bed plus a day bed with views over the tidal inlet to the rear of the property. The path around the holiday lodge and lovely sized garden is fenced but care is advised with children. Outdoor furniture is provided perfect for outside dining. Want to stay in touch on your next holiday in Bantry? This unique holiday home, Sea Lodge Bantry comes complete with Wi-Fi, a great added extra. Things to See and Do in Bantry & West CorkSea Lodge is an easy 7 - 10 minute walk of Bantry town. Walk along the well lit footpath on the N71 and enjoy uninterrupted views across Bantry Bay to Whiddy Island. This pretty coastal town is on the Wild Atlantic Way and is a gateway to the Beara Peninsula. It's an ideal location from which to explore West Cork and Kerry. From the doorstep of this unique self-catering holiday lodge in Bantry you can walk the fabulous and interesting Abbey and Rope Walk. The 4 km easy looped walk passes by Sea Lodge Bantry, follow the colour code blue signs. The walk follows the pavement along the southern side of Bantry Bay, passing the entrance to Bantry House, the fishing pier, Sea Lodge and the Abbey graveyard, which has monuments and memorials erected to those who have lost their lives at sea. Turning left after the Westlodge Hotel onto the Rope Walk Road, the loop includes a short side trip to the unique seventh century Kilnaruane Pillar stone, which features a very early depiction of a boat. The route can be varied by taking a walk up through Bantry House’s gardens and woodlands to reach the Rope Walk or by wandering along a track at the side of Sea Lodge through the Westlodge Hotel grounds, passing the intertidal pond. Bantry also boasts an impressive market every Friday as well as an enviable selection of pubs, cafes and award-winning restaurants. There is loads to see and do in the area - take a day-trip to Whiddy Island on the Ocean Star ferry boat from Bantry pier which is only a 5-minute stroll away. Explore Glengarriff Woods Nature Reserve, a spectacular wood nestled in the sheltered glen opening out into Glengarriff Harbour. Or take a boat trip to Garnish Island, a beautiful garden island with a variety of rare plants and trees. From this unique self-catering holiday lodge, you can discover the beautiful mountains of the Beara peninsula to the north and the Sheep’s head peninsula to the south where you will discover pretty seaside villages and unparalleled scenery. The renowned Bantry House & Gardens is only a four minute walk from Sea Lodge. It houses an important private collection of furniture and objects of art. It has been home to the White family since 1739 and was open to the public in 1946. Explore the house and formal gardens, have tea in the tearoom or enjoy the West Cork Chamber Music Festival and West Cork Literary Festival which take place annually in Bantry House and various other locations around the town. Finally, this stunning West Cork seaside holiday lodge is a 3-minute walk from the Westlodge Hotel Leisure Centre & Pool which is open to the public via pay as you go. The leisure centre and pool has the White Flag Award, the only industry quality mark for leisure centres, gyms and fitness clubs.
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