Three luxury self-catering holiday homes available as separate guesthouses or together for family groups (up to 21, subject to bedroom configuration). “The Barn House” has four bedrooms accommodating up to 8 + travel cot. The two Mews houses have two bedrooms accommodating up to 4-5 people each + cot. The Mews houses are smaller versions of The Barn House (pictured). Refer to videos for more detail.
All bedrooms have generously-proportioned en-suites with shower. All properties have separate ground-floor bathrooms suitable for wheelchair access. Gas-fired central heating for out-of-season comfort. Make your reservation now (subject to Booking Terms & Conditions).
Configuration of en-suite bedrooms is agreed at time of booking. The standard 4-bedroom configuration for “The Barn House” is two fixed-double (king-size) and two twins (optional as superking). The standard 2-bed configuration for each Mews house is one double (superking, optional twin) and one twin-bedded room (optional as superking) to suit most guest & family requirements. One additional mattress is available in each Mews house only (Note: child to provide own sleeping bag). One travel cot & high chair provided per unit (Note: Parents are required to provide their own cot bedding).
All guest houses include gas central heating and a lounge with satellite TV, free Wi-Fi, south-facing patio as well as fully-equipped bespoke kitchens. Great attention to detail has gone into the layout and interior design of the properties to provide space, luxury and practicality. The accommodation offers a low-allergen interior space and a quiet space for autistic guests. The old stable yard is now a courtyard garden.
Two acres of the private grounds of Ballynoe House are included as an amenity for guests, including wildflower meadows, seating areas, play field, formal gardens and a 400m woodland nature trail with fairy doors. Generous off-road parking allows Ballynoe House to host several teams and their support vehicles for the annual West Cork Rally (St Patrick’s Day weekend).
We are generally on hand to provide guests with assistance, especially if new to Ireland or West Cork. Guests can explore their family history using the resources of the resident genealogist.
*We support the “Book Direct with the Owner” movement for cheaper and more sustainable tourism.