Ardaravan House is within easy reach of Bantry, Skibbereen, Glengariff, Kenmare and Killarney
Guest rooms have been designed to provide comfort with a touch of luxury for relaxation
Succulent sausages, chopped mushrooms, runny eggs and sizzling bacon with some fresh homemade soda bread – there’s nothing like a fry first thing in the morning. Add some extra rounds of warm buttery toast to dip in your egg yolk, along with white and black pudding cooked to perfection. Fruit salad is made fresh every morning. There is 24 hour complimentary coffee/tea. A picnic service is available
* All rooms have ensuite facilities.
* Double rooms have luxury Super King Beds.
* There are LCD televisions with a selection of channels.
* The DVD players have a library of films to choose from.
* All rooms are non-smoking.
* Relax in the communal lounge which has open fires during the winter months
Traditionally a tourist destination, the area is seen as being distinct.The area is known for its rugged peninsulas (Sheep's Head and Mizen Head peninsulas), beaches such as Inchydoney, Owenahincha and Barleycove, and towns and villages such as Skibbereen, Clonakilty, Kinsale and Rosscarbery. Lough Hyne is a marine salt water lake in West Cork, Ireland, about 5 km southwest of Skibbereen
February 14th is a romantic time to be away with your loved one
Warm days, crisp nights, beautiful Autumn colours
Ireland is full of cheer, laughter and fun on St Patrick's Day
The sun is out, picnic baskets are packed time for a holiday
With it's unique charm, stunning scenery and unspoilt environment West Cork is truly a place to remember
With the warm influence of the gulfstream, the finest of local foods, a dramatic landscape and coastline, accessible islands, blue flag beaches, historic towns, vibrant villages, a wealth of activities and much, much more, West Cork offers everything for discerning visitors.
Whether you are looking for all-action activity holiday or a quiet and peaceful break from the stresses of modern living, the range of options are here. The West Cork region has so much to offer that people come back time after time to sample more of it's delights. It is famous for it's inspiring scenery, the wholesome quality of food and the welcoming, relaxing ambiance of it's restaurants, bars and accommodation.'
Paul said - A hidden gem just outside Bantry and beautiful view. What a wonderful host we got with Roma, who is very friendly and so helpful. Our room was beautiful with fab en suite and also a room with our own couch and TV, the views are great from the front of the house with a gorgeous garden. Breakfast was great and will definitely be back, highly recommend it.
This B&B is absolutely fabulous. My wife and I stayed here for two nights. Where shall we start ? Roma is a very nice and warm person. The room upstairs was very spacious, the bed was one of the very best we ever slept in on holidays, and we enjoyed a very good breakfast each morning. Roma took very good notice of my intolerance for lactose, which resulted in a personalized breakfast (lactose free milk and yoghurt). It was definitely a great stay, that we will never forget.”
It is an ideal place from which to visit a very beautiful part of Ireland. Roma is a perfectionist and it shows. She gives you a very warm welcome and no stone is left unturned in the effort to make the visitor's experience a very special one. The house is very spacious and comfortable, the garden idyllic with a lovely view over rolling hills, the breakfasts are delicious and there is plenty of tranquillity for those in need of some peace and quiet. All in all very strongly recommended - b and b heaven!!