Seaview House Hotel
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Country House Hotel in Bantry, West Cork
A Peaceful & Dream Vacation in Ireland - Seaview House Hotel
Welcome to Seaview House Hotel, a delightful 4 star country house hotel set in private and well tended grounds in the quiet village of Ballylickey beside Bantry in the heart of West Cork. Ideally located in the countryside but just 4 km from Bantry Town and a short-hop to Glengarriff in an area famed for its tranquillity and unique beauty, this lovely country house hotel is charm and character personified and is a welcome retreat for the leisure and business traveller alike. Located near Ballylickey Bridge over the Ouvane River it commands wonderful views of Bantry Bay from the main rooms.
With a wealth of leisure and sporting activities on our door step, it’s the perfect spot to refresh body and soul... come and experience our piece of heaven.
About The Property
Renowned for the sincere welcome and friendly attention to detail, the Seaview House Hotel has won many hospitality awards throughout its history of providing luxury West Cork accommodation. Kathleen O’Sullivan has been welcoming guests to their 4 Star Bantry hotel for over 30 years and many visitors have become old friends, returning to this special place time and time again.
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Sleep comes easily in the beautiful and luxurious guest bedrooms which exude tasteful elegance and homely comfort. Each of the generously large and spacious 25 rooms including family rooms and mini suites are individually furnished with fine antiques and charming country house touches. Some rooms come with sea views across the bay, others overlook the lovely landscaped tropical gardens and some are also located on the ground floor to facilitate wheelchair access. You won't find such luxury elsewhere among hotels in Bantry, or indeed among West Cork accommodation in general.
Dining At The Seaview House Hotel
Come and enjoy the intimate atmosphere in the delightful nooks and crannies of the main dining room or dine in the lofty light-filled conservatory restaurant, overlooking the gardens, set with polished mahogany tables and crisp linen. In summer when the weather allows we often serve tea and coffee outside - a very pleasant way to end a day at Ballylickey.
The restaurant, a popular dining venue with guests and locals, is well known for superb cuisine based on country house cooking using fresh local produce, complemented by a well stocked wine cellar with carefully selected fine wines. The dinner menu with options from two to five courses, changes daily with plenty of local specials such as Bantry Bay crab or West Cork lamb.