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Copper Beech Farm is a family run dairy farm set in a peaceful rural setting, close to the bustling town of Kinsale.
"The Barn" and "The Loft" are 19th Century stone barns which have been beautifully restored and converted into self contained holiday cottages.
Many of the original features have been retained i.e Exposed stone walls, Timber panelled ceilings and Wooden floors.
All modern conveniences have been fitted to ensure our guests have all the comforts of home. The cottage has two en - suite bedrooms, a fully fitted kitchen, living room with wood burning stove, a utility room with washing machine and tumble drier. There is a balcony off the living room with panoramic country views. Outdoors there is a garden, playground and BBQ.
Children are especially welcome and will enjoy the fresh air, freedom and space that a farming environment has to offer and a safe childrens playground will keep them busy for hours. Outdoors there are large mature gardens with lawns, shrubs and trees. There is ample parking for cars. Convenient to Kinsale, Cork City, Airport and Ferry.
Your hosts, Michael & Eileen Sheehan are always on hand to assist you in any way possible, so if it's a short stay in the countryside visiting the old world town of Kinsale or a longer holiday exploring wonderful West Cork, you will find our location and facilities ideal for a truly enjoyable holiday.
Kinsale in County Cork is one of the most picturesque, popular and fashionable resorts of the south-west coast of Ireland. Famous for its beautiful yachting, sea angling, Dolphin & Whale Watching Trips, gourmet restaurants and golf. For those of you who would like to improve your English, there is the excellent Kinsale School of English and Art galleries.
Today Kinsale is a busy town for locals and tourists alike. Walking around the town of Kinsale you can enjoy browsing in the many shops, for gifts, crafts, paintings, locally designed fashions, art galleries, book shops or take time out in one of its many lovely café's for coffee and cakes. Winding along the many little street in Kinsale, there is lots to enjoy.
Stop off and enjoy Kinsale's Harbour views once you have visited Charles Fort and down town stop at the water front and enjoy the marina activity.
The evening can be spent enjoying a meal in one of the many excellent well know restaurants and relaxing with a drink in one of its many pubs.
Next day there are many guided tours and little walks to explore over to Sandycove and visit James Fort and enjoy the fantastic views from here and the little beach nearby, or take the Scilly Walk which can go from Charles Fort all the way into Kinsale town or start middle way in the walk a little way after the Bulman Pub and enjoy. Garretstown and Garrylucas are the Beaches close by if you are looking for a dip in Irish waters near Kinsale. Ballinspittle is the next village over from Kinsale which you can take a drive to and take a walk in Garrettstown Woods afterwards.