We stayed in Lis Ardagh in august 2014 for three nights. We stayed in the Elm Room as their was two adults myself and my mum and my daughter who is 7 years old. The faclilities offered was excellent in the room, the room itself was so spacious and had an ensuite. You could utilise lounge if you wished downstairs or the landscaped gardens which are beautiful. We sat out on the decking in the evenings so peaceful in the garden.The hosts Carol and Jim were so friendly and helpful about the local area and things you can do. The breakfast was excellent in regard to choice and variety and taste.They were so accomodating as my daughter wanted warm milk with her weetabix not a problem. It is located in a lovey village called union hall and the scenary is lovely and peaceful. Carol and Jim make this Bed and breakfast unique as it is so comfortable , they are so welcoming and we would definietly stay there again and recommend to family and others. I cant praise it enough. Thanks for a wonderful stay Jim and Carol.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Whether for bed and breakfast or a self-catering holiday, Lis-Ardagh Lodge in Union Hall is the perfect base from which to explore picturesque West Cork. And with our gym and sauna, a relaxing break is more than assured. Skibbereen, Clonakilty, Glandore and Baltimore are all just a short drive away, whilst walkers can wander along the coast with it's sandy coves, finding archaeology and history all around. Union Hall, a thriving fishing village with an active pier having the third largest fishing fleet in Ireland. Across the bay is Glandore, famous for it's regatta. Sailing, water-skiing, windsurfing and fishing are all possible in the immediate locality. Or you may simply like to relax and enjoy the food and drink in one of the local pubs in either Union Hall or Glandore. Skibbereen is just 8klm away, a busy market town that hosts a wonderful country market every Saturday where people from all over west Cork come to sell their wonderful home grown produce, cheese, breads, jams and crafts. You will also find the Heritage Centre that has a wonderful famine display, and the Lough Hyne Visitors Centre, then just take the Baltimore road and head for Lough Hyne a beautiful salt water marine lake the pride of Ireland's Marine Nature Reserves, a great adventure area for children with the lake for swimming or the woods for walking and discovering our extensive wildlife. This is an ideal location for visiting all areas of West Cork, Mizen Head, Sheeps Head, Bantry and Beara Peninsula. Or take a trip to one of the Islands, Cape Clear, Sherkin, Long, Whiddy or Dursey. Try whale and dolphin wathcing with Colin Barnes he leaves from Union Hall a great day will be guaranteed. ... more less
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- Lis-Ardagh Lodge Ireland/County Cork