14 Wolfe Tone Square

14 Wolfe Tone Square
  • Type: House
  • Sleeps: 13 (5 Bedrooms)
  • Nearest Beach: Bantry (2 km)
  • Change Over Day: Flexible
  • Not suitable for small children
  • Non smoking only
  • Wheelchair inaccessible
  • Winter lets available
  • Pets not allowed

No. 14 Wolfe Tone Square is a large five bedroom townhouse exuding all the class and elegance of times gone by, while still offering all modern comforts for your stay. With an open plan design between living, dining and kitchen areas, it offers the perfect space for a group of friends, a family break or a romantic getaway to West Cork. We can accommodate up to 13 guests.

This exquisite townhouse is laid out over three floors with large windows overlooking Wolfe Tone Square and St. Brendan’s Church. The generously proportioned rooms are brimming with character, where modern chic furniture is mixed with unique antiques. Features include a private outdoor deck area, a wood burning stove, five exceptionally styled bedrooms, WiFi, a large satellite HD TV with Netflix, a luxury kitchen with all modern appliances and a bar, which you have the option to stock prior to arrival.
Bantry is at the heart of West Cork, where The Beara Peninsula, The Mizen Peninsula and The Sheep’s Head Peninsula meet amidst breath taking scenery. No. 14 Wolfe Tone Square is the perfect haven from which to explore this magnificent part of the Wild Atlantic Way.

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The Cork Region

Bantry is at the heart of West Cork, where The Beara Peninsula, The Mizen Peninsula and The Sheep’s Head Peninsula meet amidst breath taking scenery. No. 14 Wolfe Tone Square is the perfect haven from which to explore this magnificent part of the Wild Atlantic Way.
Exploring Bantry and its environs has lots to offer everyone from individuals, to couples and families. In our lovely town, within walking distance of No. 14 Wolfe Tone Square, you will discover a wonderful array of award winning restaurants, quirky cafes, traditional pubs and craft shops and Bantry also boasts a famous Local Farmer & Craft Market every Friday.
Beautiful river walks, island exploring or even a stroll down the road from No. 14 to the beautiful and historical Bantry House and Gardens or Bantry Bay Marina will make an unforgettable holiday for you in Bantry. The surrounding area offers great outdoor activities with water sports and waterfalls, walking and hiking, golfing and fishing, seal and wildlife watching, all available locally.
Further afield, there are some wonderful day trips such as a drive over the stunning Sheeps’ Head Way, Mizen Head Peninsula , The Beara Peninsula , islands to explore like Whiddy Island and Garnish Island, National Parks and woodlands or a drive over the Healy Pass into County Kerry.

Bantry Area

Mizen Head is located at the most Southwesterly tip of mainland Ireland, and if you travel any further you might end up in America!
The cliffs and coastline here are breathtaking, made better by the spectacular Mizen Footbridge which allows visitors to cross over and enjoy views looking back at the Bear Peninsula and views looking down on families of seals and their pups.
They say West Cork has its own microclimate, aided by the warm gulf stream that flows close to Ireland’s west coast. This can be seen and felt in all its glory when visiting Garnish Island, a short boat trip from Glengarriff, as plants and vegetation thrive here that can’t be found anywhere else in Ireland.
En route to the island look out for all sorts of marine life, such as dolphins, whales and seals – all of which inhabit the waters close to Garnish. For day trips check out the Garnish Island Ferry which runs daily trips between April and October.
We’re back in Baltimore again as we couldn’t write about West Cork without mentioning the beautiful walk from Baltimore Village up to the iconic Baltimore Beacon. From the top you’ll be afforded with panoramic views of Baltimore Harbour, the roaring Atlantic and over Carbery’s Hundred Isles.
If you come in summer during one of the many sailing regattas, the beacon is a great place to watch all the action.
There’s something special about Sherkin Island, with people now calling it the “island of artists”, as there is endless creativity to be found here. Many of this small and remote islands residents make their income for the creative arts, be it painting, knitting, weaving and poetry. Be it stopping for a pint in the Jolly Roger Pub, admiring an art installation in a field or reading a book on beautiful Silver Strand, you can’t help but fall in love with the beautiful West Cork island.
West Cork is a hub for farm to table food, organic produce and fish and meat products (Clonakilty Black pudding, Ummera smoked salmon, Gubeen Cheese), so no visit here would be complete without stopping off at a traditional Farmers Market every Friday on Wolfe Tone Square
While the West coast of Ireland, namely Donegal and Sligo, would be the top places in Ireland to surfing, Garrettstown beach not far from Kinsale is also a fun day out. Ideal for beginners as the waves are only rarely wild, swimming or surfing here is fun for all the family and popular with locals and tourists alike. Book your lesson with G Town Surf School, or if you’re already a pro just rock up with your board and wetsuit and hit the waves.
Baltimore is a small seaside village in West Cork and the gateway to many of our favourite islands, such as Sherkin, Cape Clear and Hare Island. It’s also one of the best places in Ireland to go scuba diving, thanks to great visibility and lots of shipwrecks to explore for experienced divers.
Baltimore Diving Centre offers a whole range of courses, starting from a few hours right up to 5 say Open Water courses and 10 day instructor courses.
I also listed this in one of my top 50 things to do in Ireland, as you cannot find a more unique activity. Organized by Atlantic Sea Kayaking, who welcome both beginners and advanced kayakers for the adventurous yet easygoing night outing, kayaking on a seawater lake under the Irish night sky is something you won’t be forgetting.
Don’t forget to look up and take in all the stars, or to look down and potentially spot a family of otters! Wave your paddle in the water and be hypnotized by the glow in the dark, Bioluminescence plankton!
The sand dunes and long stretch of beach at Barleycove has always been a firm favourite in West Cork and is consistently rated one of the top 10 beaches in Ireland by Tripadvisor users. The incredible sand dune system here was said to be formed by a Tsunami in 1755, which adds a nice touch of history to your visit!
Besides lounging on the beach or swimming in the crystal clear waters, there some much-loved pubs and restaurants nearby to dine at with O Sullivans Bar in Crookhaven being by firm favourite. I love that they have some picnic tables outside, perfect for soaking in the sunshine on those rare days we see it!
One of the most picturesque towns in Cork, if not all of Ireland, Glengarriff truly is a very special place. When the weather is warm you can head to down to the Blue Pools to take a dip, or head out on a boat trip to see dolphins, or if you’re super lucky, whales.
Check into the historic Eccles Hotel Glengarriff, which dates back as far as 1745 and is one of Ireland’s oldest hotels. It has some of the best hotel room views in the country, ocean views that will have waking up raring to go explore.
Bantry House is a beautiful stately home in the town of Bantry, West Cork and was been home to the White Family since 1739. The house has been open to the public since 1946, and today visitors from near and far travel here to take a peek inside one of Ireland’s most beautiful and well kept homes.
Visitors can explore the house and extensive and immaculately kept gardens, enjoy some afternoon tea and can even spend the night in the B&B which is located in the East Wing of the house. For info on costs and visiting times, check out their website.
Imagine taking a cable car to work everyday? No, we’re not talking about some mountain tow in Switzerland, but remote Dursey Island in West Cork. The Dursey Cable Car remains the most used mode of transport to cross the rough Dursey Sound, and is a thrilling experiences to ride as waves crash below.
While the island is inhabited, it has no shops, no pubs and no restaurants, making it a pretty unique place to live and visit!
Liss Ard Estate is located on the original site of an old Ring Fort, just outside of in West Cork. This stunning country home and immaculately kept gardens are a must visit, even if it’s just to admire the crater-shaped Sky Garden, designed by famed American Landscape Artists James Turrell. This unique concept allows visitors to lie down in the grass in the middle of the “crater” and to gaze up at the clouds or the night sky, without distraction.
There’s also an excellent restaurant on site serving up an extensive breakfast, dinner and Afternoon Tea menu which we can’t recommend enough!
Last but certainly not least on our favourite places to visit in West Cork is the Sheeps Head Way, a spectacular walking route along the Sheep’s Head Peninsula. While the walk itself is breathtaking, it’s the story of how this walk came to be that should warm the heart.
The concept of the Sheep’s Head Way the conceived by the late Tom Whitty, an American from Philadelphia who settled on the Sheep’s Head Peninsula in the 1980’s. He saw potential in the Sheep’s Head as a top walking destination and set out over a two year period to turn his idea into a reality. The walk has gone on to win many awards and has helped put the Sheep’s Head Peninsula on the map as a top tourist destination in Ireland.

Getting There

Fly into Cork airport Aerlingus / Ryanair - we are located 85km drive along the N71.
Lots of flights available from the UK/ Europe .
Car hire available at the airport
Taxis available at the airport
Ferry available into Cork to Roscoff
Bus Eireann off public bus to Bantry from Cork

Rental Details

House Rules & Additional Information for 14 Wolfe Tone Square
House Rules
Check-in 3pm and Check-out 10am.

Pets Not Allowed.

No Shoes Allowed. We ask that all shoes are removed downstairs and for guests to avail of our complimentary slippers.

Smoking is Not Allowed Indoors. However, smoking is permitted in the outdoor deck area.

No Food or Drinks in the Bedrooms.

No Private Parking. However, there is free street parking available in 2hr time slots right outside, or a free 24hr public car park a short walk away.

Occupancy for the house higher than the number of beds is by prior arrangement only.

Additional Information
On arrival, you will be asked for a security deposit of €250 which must be paid in cash to the owner on key collection. This will be refunded provided there are no breakages / damages on your departure.

On departure, the house, equipment and utensils must be left in a clean and tidy condition.

The price includes bed linen, towels and all other household linen, as well as a starter pack of fuel for the wood burning stove.

Sufficient laundry, cleaning products and paper products will be provided for your initial arrival.

An allowance for oil heating has been made which equates to a total of 4 hours use per day. Should the overall usage be more than this, an additional fee will apply. (Please note that a meter reading will be taken on arrival and at departure).

All cleaning costs are included for stays of 7 days or more. For stays less than 7 days, a cleaning fee of €100 will be an additional charge at the time of booking.

You have the option to avail of our ‘Mid-Stay’ cleaning service, which includes one change of bed linen. A Mid-Stay Clean is an additional €100 and must be pre-booked.

We love children but feel that we are not the most child friendly establishment due to the height and number of stairs. Cots, if required, are to be booked in advance at no extra charge.

A Grocery and Bar Shopping List will be available upon booking so we have all your necessities in stock when you arrive.

Potential for Noise – As the property is located in the town centre there may be general street noise. There is also a disco next door which may lead to residual noise at the weekends.

o 50% Refund of total cost if you cancel at least 8 weeks before Check in .
o 25% refund of total cost if you cancel at least 4 weeks before check in.
o You can cancel within 24 hours for free provided your stay is at least 60 days away….

Suitable types of Holiday Bantry

  • Fishing
  • Golf Course
  • Horse riding
  • Watersports
  • Sailing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Diving
  • Swimming
  • Walking
  • Surfing
  • Windsurfing
  • Hill Walking
  • Cultural holiday
  • Local cuisine
  • Relaxation

Exterior Details

There is a private outdoor deck area at the rear of the house, on the first floor where you can enjoy an alfresco meal.

Exterior Facilities in 14 Wolfe Tone Square

  • Balcony/Terrace

Interior Details

The entrance hallway with its original Georgian tiled floor, welcomes you to hang up your coat, remove your shoes and pop on a pair of slippers, then go explore the rest of the house. You will find a useful storage space in the hallway where you can store your muddy walking boots, golfing, cycling or fishing equipment after your day enjoying the many outdoor activities that Bantry offers you.

The beautiful carpeted sweeping stairway leads you to the first floor open living, dining and kitchen area. The room has a distinctive maritime theme and is bright, spacious and comfortable. You can get cosy and light the wood burning stove, lounge, read, watch a movie, host a meal or enjoy a glass of wine while overlooking the bustling town outside.

There is a separate laundry area with a washing machine and tumble dryer, a stocked cleaning supply cupboard and a door leading to the private outdoor deck area at the rear of the house, where you can enjoy an alfresco meal.

You will discover the luxurious bedrooms over the next two floors, each one has been styled individually, with some accommodating two guests and others up to three guests. All bedrooms include high quality bedlinen, towels and slippers for your comfort.

Facilities in 14 Wolfe Tone Square

  • Central heating
  • Clothes dryer
  • Cooker
  • Dish washer
  • Freezer
  • Fridge
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet access
  • Iron
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Microwave
  • Television
  • Toaster
  • Towels provided
  • Washing machine

Bedrooms / Bathrooms

  • Bedrooms (5)
  • Bathrooms (2)
  • Ensuite (1)
  • Showers (3)
  • WCs (3)

Sleeps a Maximum of 13 people:

  • Single Beds (5)
  • Double Beds (4)


  • Dining Seats (14)
  • Lounge Seats (14)

Tariffs Currency Conversion

Note: Nightly Rate Eur 450. Min 3 night stay


Weekly Intro Offer
EUR €2,700.00


Standard Weekly Rate
EUR €3,150.00

Prices may be subject to change at the owner's discretion.

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