Celtic Cottages No. 16

Front View


Rear View and Garden

This house in  Schull village  provides an excellent opportunity to rent a top quality accommodation in one of Irelands most beautiful and scenic locations. The location provides views of the local coast line and beaches. The house is in top class condition internally and externally. It is situated in a secluded , safe and private park which has been landscaped and provides an idyllic situation to enjoy ones holidays in.  It is an upside down layout internally, having the large sitting room kitchen dining area upstairs plus a shower room. On the ground floor there are four bedrooms and a bathroom. There is a delightful private fenced garden to the rear, full of interesting plants and shrubs. The house is available through out the year for both short  and long term rentals



Colla Road, Schull
Co. Cork




Una Scally
Acton Lodge
Western Road, Cork,  Ireland    

Phone +353 (0) 21 4344161

Fax +353 (0) 21 4344163

Email   uscally@eircom.net



Sitting Room View

Dinning room and Kitchen View

                                               Schull Village from Air



View of Village from sitting room balcony             







small but very attractive and lively town nestling between the foothills of Mount Gabriel and Schull Harbour. It is one of the most popular resorts of West Cork, especially to visiting yachtsmen.
It is a good place to search out your ceramic sculpture or batik wall hanging. And you'll eat well in this corner of Ireland.

Here you will be most welcome to visit the Planetarium (the only one in the Republic of Ireland) where Star Shows are given during the visitor season.

Mount Gabriel rises above the village. The two large white globes on the summit, like giant golf balls teed up for some celestial golfer, are for aircraft tracking. On its slopes can be found the audits where Bronze Age miners worked the copper deposits. Some of the things they made - spear heads, axes and intricately fashioned ornaments - may be seen in the National Museum in Dublin.