Glengarriff Lodge is a luxury self-catering villa nestled in the ancient oak woods of Glengarriff. A former hunting lodge of the Earls of Bantry and situated on its own private island in the Glengarriff River, this thatched haven offers a rare opportunity to enjoy an absolutely pristine setting in complete privacy and comfort.
The house has been beautifully renovated and now combines lovely, ‘olde-worlde’ charm with modern luxury. It can accommodate up to eight people in its four double bedrooms (three of them en-suite). It is also pet-friendly … within limits!
Whether you enjoy experimenting with local artisan foods in the well-equipped, hand-crafted kitchen, or gazing at the river from the conservatory, or simply luxuriating in front of a roaring log fire, this unique hideaway will satisfy completely. So will the numerous riverside walks, through the surrounding woodlands and areas which have been the subject of extensive conservation work, some of which are officially designated as being of scientific importance.