It is 4 miles from Schull village and 2.5 miles from a small family beach. Its also on route to barley cove beach and 6 miles to Mizen head peninsula.
It is an ideal location for touring West Cork and County Kerry.
Jim’s holiday home has a modern fully equipped kitchen, dining room with electric oven and hob, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher and open fire place.
The living room has an open fireplace with television and DVD.
The Self Catering Accommodation has 3 bedrooms and can sleep 6 persons.
Down stairs one double bedroom with bathroom suitable for elderly.
•1 double bedroom
•1 main bathroom
•1 twin room
There is a large garden in front together with large car park, house has central heating throughout.
Schull or Skull (/ˈskʌl/ SKUL; Irish: Scoil Mhuire or An Scoil) is a town in County Cork, Ireland. The name derives from a medieval monastic school of which no trace remains.
Located on the southwest coast, in West Cork, the village is situated in a scenic and remote location, dominated by Mount Gabriel (407 m). It has a sheltered harbour, used for recreational boating, and there is currently a proposal to develop a marina. The area, on the peninsula leading to Mizen Head, is popular with tourists, and there are numerous holiday homes along the adjoining coast. The village had a population of 693 in 2002. The town's secondary school has a planetarium and a sailing school, and each year Schull harbour hosts the Fastnet International Schools Regatta.