Ideally located within a short distance from Bantry Bay,
you are sure to find something to do - hill walking, cycling, horse riding, fishing,
golf, sailing and water sports or just relax with our friendly goats Coco & Chanelle and their kids!
Bantry and the South-West has always been one of
the most popular tourist destinations.
Bantry House, is one of Ireland's most attractive Great Houses,
full of treasures collected by various generations of Earls of Bantry from all
parts of the world.
A short drive away is the scenic village of Glengarriff,
here you can catch a ferry to Garnish Island and take a wonderful stroll
through some fantastic gardens.
Hill walking over Hungry Hill on the Beara Peninsula.
Horse riding lessons and treks available locally.
Feeling Tee-d off? Have a round of golf in Bantry Bay Golf Club
Fishing on Lough Boffine
Permits available locally for Lough Boffine, and surrounding rivers. Lough Boffine is a stocked lake of Rainbow and Brown Trout.
Fishing tackle is available to purchase in Bantry town.
Sea Fishing is free.
Take a short ferry trip to Whiddy Island or one of the other many islands dotting the South West.