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Blairscove House

Heritage Accomodation and Restaurant, Durrus near to Bantry, Co. Cork
Tel: +353 27-61127 Fax: +353 27-61487 Email: mail@blairscove.ie Website: WWW.BLAIRSCOVE.IE

In this Georgian country house standing at the head of Dunmanus Bay, everything revolves around the courtyard. Finely restored with cobbled paths, shrubs and flowers, its 250 old stone outbuildings contain four beautiful guest apartments as well as the restaurant, with its magnificent dining room converted from the old stable block.


With beautiful views across the bay and surrounding hills the rooms count amongst the best in West Cork, ideal for a short, romantic getaway. Relax in beautiful surroundings, enjoy an evening in the restaurant and start the day with breakfast served in your suite.


Blairscove Restaurant is best known for its buffet style starters and great, open, wood fired grill. The elegant setting, the pretty courtyard and the landscaped gardens make it an ideal venue for intimate weddings.


'Blairscove restaurant has one of the most beautiful settings of any restaurant' - Irish Times

Hill walking, three golf courses, horse riding, sailing and sandy beaches nearby.

Proprietors:

Philippe & Sabine De Mey

Directions:

  • Coming from Durrus follow the R591 to Crookhaven, 1.5 miles outside the village you'll find a blue gate on the right-hand side.
  • Cork Airport 1 hour 30 minutes
Click here for Garmin Sat Nav directions

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Ireland's Blue Book is a collection of Irish Country House Hotels, Historic Manor Houses, Castles and Restaurants located throughout the island of Ireland. Below is a full list of our houses and restaurants and the map above shows each of their locations.
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