Nestled along the impressive coastline of West Corkâ€™s Wild Atlantic Way, Eccles Hotel is a charming property steeped in 250 years of heritage and now restored to its former glory. The hotel has much to offer guests and lots to see and do in the local area. Superbly located overlooking Glengarriff Harbour, in the quaint West Cork village of Glengarriff and just over 1 hour from Cork city, Eccles Hotel is the perfect place for a relaxing break to explore the beautiful Beara Peninsula. Please note that we are a non-smoking hotel, smoking in a bedroom will incur a penalty
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Once you cancel your booking up to 48 hours prior to arrival you will not incur a cancellation fee from the hotel. Cancellations that are made within 48 hours prior to arrival and no shows at the hotel will be charged the 1st night of the stay to your card. Please note that your booking deposit is non refundable.
The Beara Peninsula is an integral part of the Wild Atlantic Way. From Glengarriff, the route follows the northern shore of Bantry Bay through Castletownbere, Irelands foremost white fish fishing port, to Dursey Sound and Dursey Island returning along the southern shore of Kenmare Bay to Kenmare and then via the N71 to Glengarriff. All told, a distance of some 170 km, including the turn-offs to be explored such as the overlook of Killmackillogue and Kilcatherine Point. The trip will take around 5 hours to drive but should not be rushed for as well as admiring the stupendous scenery, there is far more to see and do. Glengarriff, with its abundance of accommodation is perhaps the ideal location from which to explore Beara. The Gulf Stream, and the micro-climate allows for lush vegetation and the timeless air of Beara allows nature to set the pace. With harbours, coves and colourful towns theres plenty to do and see. Like watercolours made real, the towns and villages of Beara seem to have sprung from a dream. Visit castle ruins, archaeological sites; and take in one of West Corks stunning sunsets.
Eccles Hotel is in Glengarriff, just over 1 hour from Cork city.