Sundown Bed & Breakfast


Tel: + 353 21 4667375
Email: sundownhouse@eircom.net
Address: Kilmountain, Castlemartyr, Midleton,

B&B

Sundown House B&B


Sundown House Bed & Breakfast Castlemartyr is a 3 star Bord Failte approved Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the heart of East Cork. The B&B is run by David and Mary Quinlan who have been welcoming guests to their home since 1981, many of whom leave as friends. It is a smoke free house, with Free Wifi throughout the house. Thereis also ample free parking for guests.


Situated in on the outskirts of Castlemartyr between Midleton and Youghal is is an ideal location for visitors that are touring East Cork and the Ring of Cork. Within 15 minutes to the Blue Flag beaches of Garryvoe, Clay Castle and Youghal. For the golf enthusiast there are over 10 Golf Courses to choose from including Waterrock Golf Course which is pay and play. Just 10 minutes away is The Jameson Experience where you can sample different whiskeys and learn the history and process of making Irish whiskey.

THE ROOMS

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Triple Bedroom: 2 beds sleeps up to 3 see image below
Triple Bedroom: 2 beds sleeps up to 3
Double Bedroom
Triple Bedroom 2 beds sleeps up to 3
Double Bedroom: 1 Double Bed & 1 Single Bed
Twin Bedroom








THE RATES

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Bed & Breakfast per room per night per person


  • Sleeps 1
  • Bed & Breakfast
  • €50

    per room
  • 1 Large Bed Sleeps 1

  • Sleeps 2
  • Bed & Breakfast
  • €80

    per room
  • 1 Bed Sleeps 2

  • Sleeps 2
  • Bed & Breakfast
  • €80

    per room
  • 2 Beds Sleeps 2

  • Sleeps 3
  • Bed & Breakfast
  • €100

    per room
  • 2 Beds Sleeps 3

















THE FACILITIES

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Facilities


  • Ensuite Rooms
  • Free Wifi in Rooms
  • TV in Rooms
  • Private Garden
  • Private Parking
  • Peaceful setting
  • Free & Tea & Coffee

Nearby


  • Cycling & Bike Hire
  • Horseriding
  • Golf courses
  • Fishing & Sailing
  • Castlemartyr
  • Blue Flag Beaches
  • Cliff Walks

Local Attractions


  • Cobh Heritage
  • Ancient East
  • Fota Wildlife
  • Museums
  • Ballymaloe
  • Jameson Distillery
  • Trabolgan
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Coffee
Free Water, Tea & Coffee in Bedrooms

















PLACES TO VISIT

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Wild Atlantic Way

Castlemartyr

Many guests attending wedding at the Castlemartyr Resort choose to stay with us as the village of Castlemartyr is just a few minutes away. A few minutes beyond Castlemartyr you will find the Blue Flag Garryvoe Beach, where guests can take in some seaside walks, swimming or some sea fishing. Stroll the stunning Ballycotton Cliff Walk or enjoy the Ballycotton Lighthouse Tour all in East Cork.


Rostellan

Rostellan in East Cork located a short distance from Midelton town and Castlematyr it offers the tourist wonderful waterside views with lots of opportunity for boating, kayaking, sailing, walking routes and an area extremely popular for bird watching and with a locally produced chocolate shop on the door step and wildlife along with the popular Trabolgan close by for the kids to enjoy lots of indoor activities and a chance to view some Birds of Prey.

Muckross House Killarney

Ross Castle & Lakes of Killarney

Cobh

Cobh previously know as Queenstown was the last port of call for the ill fated Titanic which sailed from here on 10th April 1912. Come and relive the experience at The Cobh Heritage Centre.

Queenstown, as the East Cork Town of Cobh was earlier called, before reverting to its old Irish name in 1922 - the Cobh (cove) of Cork. Is there anywhere in Ireland more full of poignant memories than this embarkation point for America


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