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Glendine Irish home

Overview

Glendine Irish Home B&B is set overlooking Clonakilty town, 8 minutes walk from the main street. There is a footpath and street lighting all the way to town. It offers spacious en suite rooms, free bicycle hire and an extensive breakfast menu. Tastefully decorated rooms include a TV and free Wi-Fi. All feature tea and coffee making facilities, free water and en suite bathroom with hairdryer and free toiletries. Electric blankets are available in winter.

West Cork is renowned for its artisan produce and Glendine Irish Home serves freshly cooked breakfasts using local produce. Homemade bread and jam, full Irish breakfasts and lighter options are all offered. You can relax in the conservatory, reading lounge or gardens and Inchydoney Beach is just 6 km away. The home of Michael Collins is 5 km away, while Drombeg Stone Circle is within 15 km. Glendine Irish Home B&B has free private parking and is 40 minutes’ drive from Cork Airport.

It offers all the conveniences and facilities of the town yet the peace and tranquility of the countryside. Clonakilty is an ideal base from where to investigate all the hidden jewels of West Cork when the flavours of Clonakity have all been sampled. West Cork has long been renowned for its artisan produce and Glendine Irish Home continues the tradition.

Reviews

We stayed in Clonakilty for 4 nights and loved it. So much to do. Beautiful beaches. Lovely pubs and such friendly people! Can't wait to come back!

Denise Lemmon Brown

A charming, yet cosmopolitan little gem, set in a stunningly beautiful part of the Emerals Isle. Great food, friendly people with immense sense of civic responsibility. Do not miss the music scene.

Jim Shine

I love Clonakility! Whenever we visit the Cork area we can't resit a stop off! Great Cafes & Restaurants. Very Pretty Town, bustling with life and Activity!!!!

Mary Sheridan Galway

A great town vibrant and pretty. Always plenty to do. Always clean and with the most friendly people. A must visit for both visitors to Ireland and native Irish. Great pubs, cafes and restaurants.

Michael McKenna

The most vibrant small town in Ireland. Always something happening. Great food, great atmosphere, lovely people.

Alison Wickham

We found Clonakilty to be one of if not the friendliest place we've ever visited. The people of "Clon " treated us like we had lived there our whole lives.They welcomed us into their lives like we were family.

Mitch Eveleth Iowa, USA

Great town ."The people are Splendid" to use a quote of the towns most Famous famous residence Michael Collins. The food and choice of food is excellent, the layout of the town with it meanderingĀ streets creates an intimacy with this place.

Michael McManus

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