ALL paypal cancellations are subject to a 10 Euro processing fee per room cancelled.
The sweeping views from the house and its well-tended gardens present the Irish landscape like in a nutshell: sheep grazing on green pastures, cultivated farmland, dense forests and wild open hills.
The house has features like gas central heating, PVC double glazed windows, open fire in the living room and gravel driveway with ample parking space.
The accommodation includes entrance porch, living room, kitchen/dining room, utility, 4 double bedrooms with 2 ensuite and a family bathroom. The grounds are carefully landscaped with lawns, specimen trees and shrubs, fruit and vegetable garden.
Any reliance you place on the information contained in the information box is therefore strictly at your own risk.
In no event shall we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage.
There are lovely sandy beaches nearby, most inviting for a swim during the summertime.
The hosts, though not Irish, like to follow the Irish tradition of a home from home culture to ensure a pleasant and enjoyable stay for all guests.
There are 4 bedrooms, all en-suite: 3 double and one twin.
Throughout the year, the extensive gardens surrounding Ballycommane House on 3.5 acres portray an array of colour and feature an abundance of flowers as well as a huge variety of mature shrubs and trees.
Bantry town is less than a fifteen minute drive whilst the attractive villages of Ballydehob, Schull, Ahakista and Kilcrohane are all within close proximately. The stamp duty figure is based on the current applicable rates of stamp duty and may not take into consideration all relevant factors required in calculating an accurate charge.
While we endeavour to keep this information up-to-date, we make no representation or warranty of any kind, express or implied, about the accuracy or reliability of this information.
Evanson were among the principal lessors in the parish of Durrus, barony of West Carbery, at the time of Griffith's Valuation. William Evanson was also a lessor in the parish of Kilcrohane and Rev. Gumbleton at the time of Griffith's Valuation, when it was valued at £24. Leet records this property as the residence of Nathaniel Evanson, jnr. The house is still extant and in 2009 was offered for sale.