Marina views, Kinsale, sleeps 18, <br>“Exquisite Holiday Homes”

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TV, fireplace, ping pong table
6 bedrooms, iron/ironing board, WiFi, bed sheets
6 bedrooms, iron/ironing board, WiFi, bed sheets
6 bedrooms, iron/ironing board, WiFi, bed sheets

Overview of Marina views, Kinsale, sleeps 18, <br>“Exquisite Holiday Homes”

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Marina views, Kinsale, sleeps 18, <br>“Exquisite Holiday Homes”

4.9/5 Exceptional

Entire home

6 bedrooms3 bathroomsSleeps 18

Popular amenities

  • Kitchen
  • Washer
  • Outdoor space
  • Barbecue grill
  • Water view
  • Fireplace
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Kinsale, Cork

Explore the area

  • Popular LocationRingfinnan Garden of Remembrance15 min walk
  • Popular LocationJames Fort2 min drive
  • Popular LocationSaint Multose Church6 min drive
  • AirportCork (ORK)29 min drive

Space details

6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, sleeps 18
2300 sq m
Bedroom 1
    1 double bed
Bedroom 2
    1 king bed
Bedroom 3
    1 king bed
Bedroom 4
    1 king bed
Bedroom 5
    1 king bed
Bedroom 6
    1 queen bed
Bathroom 1
    Shower
Bathroom 2
    No shower or bath
Bathroom 3
    Shower

About this property

Entire place

You'll have the entire home to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.

Marina views, Kinsale, sleeps 18, <br>“Exquisite Holiday Homes”

Waterfront holiday home with kitchen and patio
This property is Fáilte Ireland's Welcome Standard approved and approved accommodation located within the catchment of the Wild Atlantic Way.

“Exquisite Holiday Homes”

Marina views property description


This property can sleep 18 guests. It has recently been refurbished throughout.

Please enter the correct amount of guests staying when booking to get the correct price.


The extra single beds are only bought into the property when it’s booked for more than 12 guests.

The views from this property are spectacular , to the left you look up the Bandon river , to the right you look at Kinsale town and marina.
In the front garden you look out to the Atlantic Ocean.
The property is a 2 minute drive into town , just across the Kinsale bridge. There are 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
There is a beautiful gazebo in the back garden where you can sip wine and watch the activity on the river by day , or see Kinsale all lit up at night time, a truly amazing location.


https://www.kinsale.ie/2018/08/29/breaking-news-kinsale-has-been-awarded-rai-top-foodie-town-2018/

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.independent.ie/life/travel/travel-news/eclectic-and-diverse-irelands-top-foodie-destination-for-2018-has-been-named-37266930

Activities

https://www.adventurepark.ie

There are many indoor and outdoor activities in the Cork area.
See www.cork.ie or http://www.discoverireland.ie/Places-To-Go/Cork

Local activities in the Kinsale area are listed alphabetically as per distance from Glendooneen.
See also http://www.kinsale.ie/category/things-to-do/ and http://www.kinsale.ie/events/
Arts

The Crawford Art Gallery

West Cork Literary Festival

Kinsale Pottery & Arts School

Beaches

The Dock beach
Garretstown beach

Boats

Sailing
Courses, Cruising and Yacht Charter
Families and over 18s
Sovereign Sailing, Kinsale
www.sovereignsailing.com
Tel: 087 617 2555


Courses and Cruising
Families and under 18s
Oysterhaven Centre - Spirit of Oysterhaven
Tel: 021 477 0738


Motor Boats

Harbour Motor Boat Cruise, Kinsale
Cruise to the Outer Harbour and up the Bandon River
www.kinsaleharbourcruises.com
Tel: 021 477 8946 & 086 250 5456


Harbour Motorboat Hire
Small boats with outboard engines
Kinsale Boat Hire, Castlepark
Tel: 087 174 7585


Offshore Motor Boat Cruise
Atlantic Charters, Kinsale
Tel: 021 452 4451 & 087 257 5269


Fishing - Deep Sea
Kinsale Deep Sea Angling, Castlepark
38 ft Aquastar
Tel: 021 477 8054 & 086 103 6905

Harbour
Kinsale Boat Hire as above
Fishing - River
River Bandon
www.flyfishing-ireland.com
Tel: 023 884 7279 & 086 236 0774


River Blackwater
Tel: 025 36349


Garden Tours
Brian Cross of Lakemount Gardens
Glanmire, Cork
Tel: 021 482 1052 & 086 811 0241

Golf
Kinsale Golf Club,
Farrangalway
18 holes
€25 - 40 per round
Tel: 021 477 4722


Old Head of Kinsale Golf Links Club
18 holes €160 - 230 per round
Tel: 021 477 8444


Horse Riding
Follyfoot Riding Farm,
Shanavally, Riverstick
Tel: 021 477 1324 & 086 832 2795 (Mary)


Kinsale Equestrian Centre
Tel: 086 853 0894 (Zoe)


Balllinadee Stables
Tel: 021 477 852

Whilst every effort is made to ensure the above information is correct - please check with the operator to

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.independent.ie/life/travel/travel-news/eclectic-and-diverse-irelands-top-foodie-destination-for-2018-has-been-named-37266930.html

Kinsale quayside
Kinsale hosts an annual jazz festival, which takes place during the last weekend of October. Pubs and hotels in the town host concerts by jazz and blues groups throughout the weekend, including on the last Monday of October (which is a bank holiday in Ireland).[34][35]

The monumental steel, originally unpainted, sculpture The Great Wall of Kinsale, by Eilis O'Connell and installed in 1988 to celebrate Kinsale's achievements in the Tidy Towns competition, stands by Pier Road and Town Park.[36]

Bastion, a restaurant on Market/Main streets, received a Michelin Star in 2020.[4] Chef Keith Floyd was previously a resident of Kinsale.[37]

Kinsale is a holiday destination for both Irish and overseas tourists.[2] Leisure activities include yachting, sea angling, and golf. The town also has several art galleries, and there is a large yachting marina close to the town centre.

The town is known for its restaurants,[3] including the Michelin-starred Bastion restaurant,[4] and holds a number of annual gourmet food festivals.[5]

Historical buildings in the town include St. Multose's Church (Church of Ireland) of 1190, St. John the Baptist (Catholic) of 1839, the Market House of c. 1600, and the so-called French Prison (or Desmond Castle, associated with the Earls of Desmond) of c. 1500. Charles Fort, a partly restored star fort of 1677, is in nearby Summercove.[6]

Kinsale, County Cork is all about scenery, stories and surprises. let's start with the surprises, Kinsale is hopping like no place else in Ireland in the cool of an Irish spring. The town is busy with locals and tourists alike, with many French, recently arrived overnight from Roscoff giving a well dressed look, to an already well heeled and presented town. Steeped in stories, the defeat of the Irish in the Battle of Kinsale 1601 changed the course of Irish history forever with the Flight of the Earls (the old order of Irish chieftains) and the arrival of the British planters. But, long before even that event, it was an important trading port on the route to the new world. Landmark taverns and the Dutch style courthouse, where the inquest into the sinking of the Luistania in 1915 was held as well as medieval Desmond Castle still survive as do most of the other character houses in and around the narrow maze of streets that thankfully have not been demolished in the name of progress or greed....
Kinsale thrives on its waterfront location, the galleons which once sailed right up town have been replaced with leisure craft for both sailing and fishing. The Kinsale regatta is one of the longest running in Ireland and as popular as ever. Thirty years ago, Kinsale pioneered the Slow Food Movement with local artisan food producers getting together with chefs to produce the most wonderful food. In fact there seems to be more bars, restaurants and cafes per square mile here than in Dublin and as I say its busy, busy, busy. But the people are warm and friendly and for the most characters like Martin Shanahan who’s mad about fish and is leading a nationwide campaign to get us all back cooking and eating it. You will spoiled for choice restaurant wise and there is certainly somewhere to suit all tastes and pockets. A great weekend destination or starting point on a scenic road trip around West Cork....
10 Other Things To Do and See in and around Kinsale.....

1 First up Dermot Ryan’s walking tour of Kinsale is a must, tailor made, instantly, to suit the interests and nationalities of the various individuals who show up on the day. Warm, witty and informative, it’s the best €5 you will spend in Kinsale, tour departs daily at 10.30 from the Tourist Office on the quay and takes about an hour.

2 In these days of online everything is there anything better when on holidays than browsing a real bookshop rather than a virtual one and having a book talk to you or fall into your hands as well as a chat with the owner of the Kinsale Book Shop who’ll advise you on the latest arrivals re Irish interest or just a downright, good old-fashioned read, as well as the state of the industry!

3 Followed by coffee and the best lemon meringue pie in Ireland at the Lemon Leaf or a real hot chocolate in Jo’s. I must say I like this kind of niche marketing, it certainly adds to the relaxation element of a pleasant saturday morning shop when my stomach nods in agreement without even having to bother my mind.

4 The Boathouse Gallery with an electic selection of sea inspired images, I particularly liked but couldn’t afford, as usual, the Dee Pieters landscapes of West Cork with their mirror like water elements and bottomless lakes. With a warm Cork welcome from the owner, who knows well you are only browsing and unlikely to buy, well not this time perhaps, but maybe next time?

5 And then there are the stalwarts like Jim Edwards, the Blue Haven and the Spaniard out the road, that have been there forever. There’s a great line up of music most nights throughout the summer, good food and perfect pints all day and plenty of atmosphere all with walking distance of each other.

6 And no shortage of restaurants obviously in the Gourmet Capital of Ireland, cheap and cheerful Crackpots and Brunos to more expensive Finns Table and Fishy Fishy with the Black Pig doing tapas but my absolute favourite is up next?

7 Bulman Pub, Summercove, never was a place more aptly named, location? tick! sunset, if you are lucky? tick! atmosphere? most definitely! great pints, cold beer or glass of wine? for sure! And the best oysters, lobster and seafood you will eat anywhere in Ireland.

8 Charles Fort, after the defeat of the Irish in 1601 the English built this French style star shaped fort at the mouth of the harbour and installed a garrison of over 1000 troops which remained in Kinsale for over 400 years until we got our independence in1922. You can visit by car or on foot, a nice walk out via Scilly, take a Harbour Cruise or Hire a Boat during the summer.

9 Old Head, Kinsale, known as the 'Edge of the World’ at the time, it still looks like that, a rugged peninsula, jutting out 3 miles out into the Atlantic with its famous lighthouse and Celtic marriage stone. It now belongs to private consortium who have developed a world class links and exclusive golf club which is on every golfers bucket list of courses to play before they die



All guests are advised to take out travel insurance , incase you need to cancel your booking for unseen reasons , or for damages done at the property during your stay , this is optional of course and is down to the person making the booking.
Guest accommodation at this holiday home offers fireplaces and coffee/tea makers. Rooms open to patios. Kitchens offer fridges, stovetops, microwaves and kitchenware and utensils. Bathrooms include a shower and hairdryers.
The recreational activities listed below are available either on-site or nearby; fees may apply.

Property manager

Ryan oleary

Languages

English

Property amenities

Beach

  • Near the beach

Internet

  • WiFi available

Parking and transport

  • Wheelchair-accessible parking available
  • On-site parking options include a garage

Kitchen

  • Fridge
  • Stovetop
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Electric kettle
  • Blender
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Cookware/dishes/utensils

Bedrooms

  • 6 bedrooms
  • Bed sheets provided

Bathrooms

  • 3 bathrooms
  • Shower
  • Towels provided
  • Hairdryer
  • Toilet paper

Living spaces

  • Fireplace

Entertainment

  • TV
  • Pool or billiards table
  • Ping pong table

Outdoor areas

  • Patio
  • Barbecue
  • Garden
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Dock

Laundry

  • Washing machine
  • Near a laundromat

Comfort

  • Heating

Pets

  • No pets allowed

Suitability/Accessibility

  • If you have any requests for specific accessibility needs, please contact the property using the information on the reservation confirmation received after booking.
  • Wheelchair-accessible parking
  • Smoke-free property

Services and conveniences

  • Iron/ironing board

Location highlights

  • On the waterfront
  • Near a health or beauty spa
  • Near a hospital

Things to do

  • Fitness facilities nearby
  • Power boating nearby
  • Golf nearby
  • Sailing nearby
  • Marina nearby
  • Cycling nearby
  • Whale watching nearby
  • Fishing nearby
  • Kayaking nearby

Safety features

  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • Smoke detector
  • Deadbolt lock

General

  • Sleeps 18
  • Unit size: 24757 sq ft (2300 sq m)

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Policies

Check-in

Check-in time starts at 3:00 PM
Minimum check-in age - 23

Check-out

Check-out before 11:00 AM

Special check-in instructions

You will receive an email from the host with check-in and check-out instructions

Pets

Pets not allowed

Children and extra beds

Children are welcome

Important information

You need to know

This property is managed by a private host (a party not acting within their trade, business or profession).
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges; special requests cannot be guaranteed
Guests must contact this property in advance to reserve high chair
On-site parties or group events are strictly prohibited
Safety features at this property include a carbon monoxide detector, a smoke detector and a deadlock
This property is managed through our partner, Vrbo. You will receive an email from Vrbo with a link to a Vrbo account, where you can change or cancel your reservation
Be prepared: check the latest COVID-19 travel requirements and measures in place for this destination before you travel.
Property registration number 2988815HH

Property is also known as

Kinsale Marina Views

About this area

Kinsale

Located in Kinsale, this holiday home is on the waterfront. Kinsale Golf Club and Old Head Golf Links are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those in the mood for shopping can visit Merchants Quay Shopping Centre and English Market. Travelling with kids? Consider Lusitania Memorial Garden, or check out an event or a game at Kinsale Rugby Club. Kayaking, power boating and sailing offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with cycling nearby.

What's nearby

  • Ringfinnan Garden of Remembrance - 15 min walk
  • James Fort - 2 min drive
  • Saint Multose Church - 6 min drive
  • Kinsale Regional Museum and Courthouse - 7 min drive
  • Desmond Castle - 7 min drive

Getting around

  • CORK (Station) - 30 min drive
  • Cork Airport (ORK) - 30 min drive

Frequently asked questions

Is Marina views, Kinsale, sleeps 18, <br>“Exquisite Holiday Homes” pet-friendly?

No, pets are not allowed at this property.

How much does it cost to stay at ?

As of 24 Sept 2022, prices found for a 1-night stay for 2 adults at on 25 Sept 2022 start from €422.73, including taxes and fees. This price is based on the lowest nightly price found in the last 24 hours for stays in the next 30 days. Prices are subject to change. Choose your dates for more accurate prices.

What time is check-in at Marina views, Kinsale, sleeps 18, <br>“Exquisite Holiday Homes”?

Check-in begins at 3:00 PM.

What time is check-out at Marina views, Kinsale, sleeps 18, <br>“Exquisite Holiday Homes”?

Checkout is at 11:00 AM.

Where is Marina views, Kinsale, sleeps 18, <br>“Exquisite Holiday Homes” located?

This family-friendly Kinsale holiday home is located on the waterfront, within 2 mi (3 km) of Ringfinnan Garden of Remembrance, Kinsale Regional Museum and Courthouse and Desmond Castle. James Fort and Saint Multose Church are also within 2 miles (3 km).

Overall score and ratings

4.9

Exceptional

Rating 5 - Excellent. 7 out of 8 reviews
5 - Excellent 88%
Rating 4 - Good. 1 out of 8 reviews
4 - Good 13%
Rating 3 - Okay. 0 out of 8 reviews
3 - Okay 0%
Rating 2 - Poor. 0 out of 8 reviews
2 - Poor 0%
Rating 1 - Terrible. 0 out of 8 reviews
1 - Terrible 0%

5/5 Excellent

Karen L.
Stunning views
Absolutely loved our time at Marina Views. The house was awesome- very spacious, clean, well equipped kitchen. The views were amazing.
Stayed 5 nights in Jun 2022

4/5 Good

Helen R.
Great location
The view from this property was spectacular! The location was very close to the village of Kinsale. We never heard from property manager to check on our experience. The sliders in dining area were not attached so they fell off when opened. There were 13 of us and there was exactly 13 towels. That was inconvenient to say the least. The cots were uncomfortable and there was short supply of blankets and sheets.
Stayed 2 nights in Apr 2022

5/5 Excellent

Vicki S.
Beautiful views, beautiful home!
This property was so spacious, with stunning views and beautiful finishes! We had such a wonderful time here! Thank you Ryan!!!
Stayed 3 nights in Apr 2022

5/5 Excellent

Patrick N.
Beautiful property
Probably the nicest rental we have stayed at. Everything was perfect for memorable Kinsale vacation.
Stayed 3 nights in Mar 2022

5/5 Excellent

Ciara W.
Can't wait to return
We absolutely loved the house. The pictures don't actually do it justice and waking up to those views, yes please. It was only a couple of minutes drive to the heart of kinsale for the shops etc.. kitchen was fully equipped. Place was immaculate. Games room was a big hit with us. The only one tiny negative is that we ran out of toilet paper on our 2nd evening so it would have been handy to have had more there (maybe there was but we looked and couldn't find it ) we were after a few drinks so couldn't go to the shops. So just a tip to the landlord to maybe leave more in the house for 12 guests but couldn't fault anything else. Were looking forward to returning.
Stayed 2 nights in Sep 2021

5/5 Excellent

Mary C.
Fantastic holiday
The perfect location, accommodation and setting especially for the year that is in it. You do not need to leave the house and it’s surroundings to enjoy a holiday here. The house was spotless and very comfortable. Enjoyed every moment at Marina Views!
Stayed 4 nights in Jan 2021

5/5 Excellent

William T.
What An absolutely beautiful place
we stayed at this house with my 5 friends. what an absolutely beautiful house. The view of this house is everything. very clean and very easy to check-in. the beds are very comfortable. just one thing annoyed us that when to check out cleaners were at the property for 10.45 am when we are allowed to check out at 11 am. we had to rush out the house to check out as cleaners were annoyed they had to wait outside. but its something small. Overall we really enjoyed staying in the house.

5/5 Excellent

Aoife C.
Absolutely stunning property. Perfect for a get together with friends
Excellent. Would defo stay again and recommend to anyone.