Things to do

Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way, 1600 miles (2600 km) in length, is one of the longest defined coastal route in the world.


Overlooking Bantry Bay in the heart of West Cork, Bantry town is situated just over 55 miles west of Cork City.

Garnish Island

Garnish is world renowned for its gardens which are laid out in beautiful walks and it has specimen plants which are rare in this climate.

Bantry House & Gardens

Visit Beautiful Bantry House and gardens, overlooking Bantry Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way, with it’s stunning tearoom, and its eclectic family treasures on display.

Mizen Head Signal Station

At the end of the Mizen Peninsula, the cliffs of Mizen Head rise high above the Atlantic Ocean, where the currents meet from the west and south coasts and waves from the mid-Atlantic crash into the land.

Gouganne Barra National Park

Gougane Barra was Ireland’s first National Park when it opened to the public in 1966. This contributes greatly to the reputation which Gougane Barra has as an area of wild and beautiful scenery.

Ewe Garden Sculpture

Often described as ‘Ireland’s Eden’ The Ewe is a unique combination of nature, art and narrative – an artist’s home and Ireland’s only interactive sculpture garden.

Walking Trails

Our hotel is uniquely situated on The Wild Atlanic Way, home to many of the most breath taking and scenic walks in the area …it’s no wonder they call West Cork ‘ A Place Apart’


If you looking to explore the region then what better way than by bicycle. Cycling allows you to explore the natural and untouched treasures of West Cork at your own pace.


Groups we can offer 2 rounds or one round packages in 2 golf courses including the Ring of Kerry Course. 

Guided Walks and Touring

Our stunning landscape on the Wild Atlantic Way varies around every turn, from the crashing Atlantic Ocean on the Beara, Sheeps Head and Mizen Peninsulas to the quiet clear lakes and peaceful valleys