At Kilgarriffe Heights Clonakilty Bed and Breakfast West
Cork, you will find a
family of musicians which are your hosts the Palmer Family. If guests like
Irish traditional music, the family will be glad to pick up their
instruments and entertain you, you only have to ask.
CLONAKILTY IS THE HOME OF TRADITIONAL MUSIC
TRADITIONAL SESSIONS ARE HELD EVERY NIGHT AT TEACH BEAG
MUSICIANS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO JOIN IN
Kilgarriffe Heights Clonakilty B&B Guest Reviews as seen on Trip Advisor:
I've felt like a princess in Kilgarriffe Heights! Cait is an amazing woman
who was there if I needed anything! Thanks a lot for the activities
suggestions for the rest of my tip in Ireland! I will keep wonderful
memories about my stay here! We should have more people and places like
Cait and Kilgarriffe Heights B&B!!
"So warm and lovely"
What a fantastic host Cait was! And what a surprise we got when we
arrived... coffee with home made scones and cake and, better still, a
musical performance by her beautiful children, who are so gifted with
talent! Thank you ever so much dear Cait!
India Z - Sas van Gent, The Netherlands
Absolute brilliant place Cait was a fantastic host who looks after her
guests. Was delighted with the reception I got and would happily
EvanDoak - Bantry, Ireland
THINGS TO DO AND LOCAL ATTRACTIONS IN THE CLONAKILTY AREA
If you choose any of the designated cycle routes we can arrange bicycle
hire for you.
If walking is your interest we can suggest numerous local routes or if you
wish to travel a little further the Sheeps Head Way is only a short drive
being awarded the European destination of excellence.
Many local places to Clonakilty with historical interest:
Birthplace of Michael Collins
Drombeg stone circle
Skibbereen Heritage centre. (The great famine
Clonakilty model railway village is open daily and one can
also take a tour around Clonakilty in the Tschu Tschu
Lisselane gardens (12 hectares of gardens and woodlands
with natural paths
to explore the magnificent garden designed in the 1800,s
Boat trips can be arranged to Garnish Island, Cape
Island and Sherkin Island.
Lough Hyne is only a short drive away and see Europe's
largest salt water lake and Irelands first marine nature reserve making it
one of the most studied
marine sites in Europe.