Secluded luxury house next to Atlantic Ocean
|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
|Living space||180 square meters|
Suitable for childrenNo
Suitable for the elderlyYes
|Theme||Luxury, Romantic, Wilderness, Away from it all, Ocean, Waterfront|
Description from the owner
The house is in the most south-western part of Ireland, close to the village of Schull. It is right in front of the Atlantic Ocean with views of the world famous Fastnet Lighthouse, as well as a 4000 year old stone tomb. Across the house, there is an intimate sand beach. The house is cosy and comfortable.
It has two floors and features open fires, handmade oak and pine furniture, black natural stone slabs and Persian carpets. Under floor heating, bathrooms en suite, reading room, open fire sitting area and conservatory offer space and comfort to relax. The house has several rooms but is ideal for two people.
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Secluded luxury house next to Atlantic Ocean
Goleen, County Cork, Ireland
(Property location is approximate)
Additional Location Information
The house is located at the sunny South West Coast of Ireland, the most demanded area of Ireland. Cork airport is 50 miles away; the next little town (Schull) is 4 miles away.
It is surrounded by unspoiled nature on several acres of own coastal land, right on the Atlantic Ocean. All you see from the windows is the sky and the blue of the water and the Fastnet Lighthouse.
Because of the Gulf stream, the climate is mild (palm trees in front of the house) and most of the year is perfect for being outside. Because this area is highly sought after by tourists (a sailor’s paradise) the coastal towns are bursting with charming pubs, first class restaurants, little shops and activities.
In short: If you want to withdraw and nourish your soul, be surrounded by cosy fireplaces, art, paintings, books, music and movies, handmade furniture, Persian carpets, gardens with palm trees, smell and feel nothing but the Ocean without seeing other houses around you, this is the perfect place.
Location Type Away from it all, Ocean, Waterfront
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in EUR) (change)
|Rate Summary||$259||$259||$1,732||$0||7 nights|
|Dec. 15 2012 - Dec. 31 2014
spec flipkey rate
|All Other Dates||$259||$259||$1,732||-||7 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- Additional guests - $0 - Per-Person Adjustment - Fee applies to parties of more than 1 guest(s)
- Damage deposit - $3,104 / stay - Security Deposit
- Cleaning fee - $103 / stay - Other
Additional notes from owner
The cost for the house is 1339 Euro.
Rental cost include: bed and household linen, towels. A damage deposit of two week's rent against damage or breakages is payable when you arrive. A receipt will be given to you. The cheque will be cancelled after the house has been cleaned and provided that there are no breakages and that the accommodation is left reasonably clean and tidy. Maintenance cost (water, gas, waste, electricity, heating etc) are not included and cost 140 Euro/ week (80 Euro from May 1st to September 1st). Final cleaning: 80 Euro.
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What Past Guests Are Saying
The house was amazing!
I will never forget my week there - it was magical!
I had a week of fun, serenity, relaxation and harmony.
The cottage is truly a haven and while it is secluded it's so close to everything that I never felt stranded.
Congratulations on creating an environment where you can share what you love and contribute to others.
I will definitely be back!
We spent three weeks in Ireland and the use of Toormore House was the highlight. I have to put a really 'good word' in for Denise.
She was very helpful and a great hostess - she did a great job. I loved the look of the new studio and the east-end sitting area.
I'd love to spend a month sculpting there. Beautiful house in a beautiful setting.
Achim, thanks so much for sharing your home with us. Although only a week, it felt much longer as we settled into Ireland's beautiful
South West coastline to enjoy the spectacular views, charming surrounding towns and of course the pubs and people.
Whether sitting outside on the patio enjoying local cheeses with wine or driving along the curious coastal roadways stopping occasionally
to absorb the magical landscape or walking about the countryside in search of castles, stone circles and ruins, we always felt at peace and at home.
We are already planning a grand return in a few years. In the meantime, we have shared our Irish adventure with others and if i were a betting man, I'd wager a few of our friends and family might be planning the same as well. All the best!