The Schooner Tavern and B&B, Ballycotton, Cork, Ireland

The Schooner Tavern Bar, Restaurant and Bed & Breakfast

In the centre of Ballycotton Village, the Schooner is a long established hostelry in the ownership of Brid and Mike O' Shea. Brid is a member of a local family with a long tradition of fishing and sea faring. Recently, the schooner has been given a major refurbishment, bringing it to a high standard of comfort, while retaining its village charm. The Bar and Restaurant are fitted out for your comfort. There is also a seperate games room ( ideal for the very occasional wet day ). To cater for the visitor, the Schooner has four guest bedrooms, again presented and furnished to the highest standards for comforts and relaxation. The visitor, and local is assured of a warm welcome from Bird and Mike, who will offer you the best in food and refreshment, in happy surroundings.
The schooner has been given a major refurbishment, bringing it to a high standard of comfort, while retaining its village charm. The Bar and Restaurant are fitted out for your comfort. There is also a seperate games room ( ideal for the very occasional wet day )

Failte Romhat Isteach - The Bed and Breakfast

    To cater for the visitor, the Schooner has four guest bedrooms, again presented and furnished to the highest standards for comforts and relaxation. The visitor, and local is assured of a wary welcome from Bird and Mike, who will offer you the best in food and refreshment, in happy surroundings.

Ballycotton

A timeless seaside village in East Cork, on the edge of a beautiful bay, with its busy fishing harbour, and watched over by a dominant, island lighthouse and backed by rugged cliffs, with foot path for the walker. While the location is tranquil, it is within a short distance of the N25, the main road linking Cork to Waterford and Rosslare. Ballycotton is also close to the historic towns of Yaughal, Cloyne, Lismore. Its near neighbours are Ballymaloe and Stephen Pearce Pottery

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