Situated on the shores of Clonakilty Bay, our property of the week is the Dunmore House Hotel, a hotel boasting spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean that greet you as you arrive. This view is utilised to the maximum with an adjoining 9 hole golf course, while horse riding and whale/ dolphin watching are just some of the ways to enjoy the spectacular location. Opened first in 1948, this house remains in the same hands, three generations later.
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The hotel doesn't have a pet policy per say, but you’re welcome to bring your pet and they’ll accommodate them for you. The only term and condition is that your pet is well behaved. It would be well worth the trip as the list of activities to get involved in is endless. You can set off for a walk into Clonakilty, which was the winner of the European Destination of Excellence Award (EDEN) as the best emerging Rural Tourism Destination and features annually in the National Tidy Towns competition, visit the birthplace of Michael Collins at Sam’s Cross, or the Michael Collins Centre in Castleview and admire the Michael Collins Memorial Statue in the town centre. If you’re interested in Irish history, there are plenty of ancient sites to enjoy a walk around with your furry friend.
The bar and lounge areas are warm and inviting with an interesting collection of modern Irish art. Both the contemporary dining room and attractive terrace overlook the water. The extensive bar and dining room menus offer high quality locally sourced food, served daily. The hotel has 30 bedrooms furnished and decorated to a high standard, including little touches such as woollen-cashmere throws and complimentary L’Occitane products. All rooms have ensuite facilities, direct dial telephone and satellite television, vanity area with hairdryer. Tea/coffee making facilities are provided on request.
The best feature of all though is that many of the rooms have uninterrupted views of the sea.
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