This stylishly furnished self-catering home set in a renowned beauty spot has elegant reception rooms, a large vine-filled conservatory and a ping pong room. Stunning views of the lough and surrounding beautiful gardens.
Lough Hyne house is a well loved home that has been in the same family for over 35 years. It is beautifully decorated in keeping with the Regency period of the house to create a warm, comfortable and elegant environment in which to relax with friends and family. Each bedroom has its own beautiful style - the master bedroom with four-poster bed and stunning view is particularly unique. The house is welcoming in both summer and winter. The conservatory is the perfect place to read the papers on the sofa, have breakfast or enjoy an early evening drink, with the ancient vine flowering or fruiting overhead and the sun setting over Knockomagh wood.
The ping pong room has witnessed competitive tournaments of varying expertise over the years!
This self catering house sits in a private park of 14 acres with landscaped gardens, footpaths and lots of benches offering hidden spaces from which to contemplate the remarkable and peaceful surroundings. There is even a rhododendron 'secret passage' leading from the house to the private shingle beach from which you can swim or take one of the two rowing boats to explore the lough and the island.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have exclusive access to the house, the beach and the grounds. There is a rowing boat on the beach for the use of house guests (life-jackets and oars kept in the house).
This unforgettable beauty spot is ten minutes drive from the market town of Skibbereen in one direction and the charming fishing village of Baltimore and the islands in the other.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Guests can contact the owner by email prior to arrival.
On site, Tim our manager comes twice a week to welcome guests and can be contacted should any problems with the house arise.
We have a 3 night minimum rental policy except in July and August when it is 1 week minimum.
There is a baby's cot and high chair available in the house.
There are several life jackets of various sizes stored in the 'dairy room' in the house but if you have very small children it is advisable to bring your own. Some guests may wish to bring wetsuits and waterproof shoes for swimming from the shingle beaches and rocks.
We would be delighted to welcome you to Lough Hyne. The house will be ready at 2pm on the day of arrival and you will be expected to leave the house by 10am on the day of departure in order to leave time for the cleaners.
The house is beautifully decorated and should be respected by adults and children.
No fires or candles should be lit in the bedrooms please.
No smoking. No pets.
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