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All reviewscliff walkballycotton baylow tablessea viewfishing boatssconeslovely hotelupgraded to a suitescallopsbar food istop classmain coursestayed here for two nightsnight breaklovely atmospherefour starirish hospitality
We arrived around 14.00, and were given a free upgrade to a massive suite overlooking the bay and harbour. Lovely big bedroom, plus separate massive living room, walk-in wardrobe, big bathroom and a spare toilet.
Had sandwich lunch in their very pleasant hotel bar.
Were a couple in our 20s, had a pleasant stay, but wouldnt return as it just wasnt to our taste. Cant fault the customer service or staff, all of 4 star standard, pleasant and helpful at all times. Decor overall is dated, understandably in keeping...More
Ballycotton is remote. It is back roads down from Cork and the same if you want to visit Cobh and Kinsale. But, my wife and I found the driving worthwhile as we enjoyed our stay at the Bayview in this charming little village.
Quiet location with friendly staff. Room was comfortable and the food in the restaurant for dinner and breakfast was very nice. Sea views are excellent if the weather is good. A great base to explore the area or a quiet retreat if you want some...More
Before I proceed with my honest commentary, I was not a staying guest in the hotel.
As is my won't I occasionally like to get away for some quiet time to reflect and catch up. I can think of no nicer place than Ballycotton and...More
You can book breakfast.
Sit by the windows.
I enjoyed the scanned egg and local salmon.full Irish menu approximately 10Euro.
Beautiful local apple juice.
Continual nice too approximately 8 Euro.