The Berehaven Lodge holiday accommodation complex of Waterfall, Castletownbere, Co. Cork, has hit the market via Charles McCarthy Estate Agents, Auctioneers and Valuers for €3 million.
"A Rare And Wonderful Opportunity"
Charles McCarthy's website states, "Located on the beautiful Beara Peninsula, this exceptionally well-presented four-star Irish tourist board approved holiday complex comprises of 16 self-catering houses plus service units (office, laundry etc.) with [a] fully licensed bar/restaurant/function room, all on c. 10 acres with private pier and beach. It has extensive direct shorefront access and magnificent views over Berehaven Sound and Bantry Bay, and considerable public road frontage.
"The Beara Peninsula is part of the Wild Atlantic Way. With its rugged mountains and beautiful coast, it's a hidden gem and a magical place that must be experienced. There is no shortage of stunning views, scenic lakes for fishing, beaches for swimming, a nearby golf course and historical attractions. It is renowned for its hiking/walking trails, and it is home to Ireland's only working cable car, which runs to Dursey Island, another popular place for locals and tourist to visit. Castletownbere, which is located just a few miles away, is a vibrant fishing and tourist centre in the heart of the Beara Peninsula.
"This is a rare and wonderful opportunity to acquire a magnificent private waterfront complex in the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way. [It is] in excellent condition, having been upgraded in recent years with scope for further development and expansion."
Charles McCarthy's website adds, "The dwellings are modern and tastefully decorated with a spacious contemporary design. They are designed to a high four-star standard with ultra-comfortable bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens with [a] double oven, hob, American fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washer/dryer. The open-plan living/dining areas all have cable TV and a DVD player. Each house has their own private outside dining area as well as [a] private garden and dedicated parking.
"The three-bed houses can comfortably accommodate six people as they have two double rooms and a twin room. They each have three bathrooms - two with power showers and one with a Jacuzzi bath.
"The well-maintained grounds are laid out in lawn with a wide variety of mature trees, semi-tropical plants and shrubs.
"Planning Permission has also been granted for the installation of 10 one-bed timber pod structures."
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