St Martins Bed and BreakfastAddress: Greencloyne, Copperalley, Youghal, Co. Cork, Youghal, Ireland
Average rating: 97%
Rooms from: US$ 80.11
St Martins Bed and Breakfast
A warm welcome awaits you from your hostess Margot Barry.
This four ensuite bedroom Bed and Breakfast in Youghal has secure parking for guests and the shops, large supermarkets, bars and restaurants in Youghal are all only a walk away. Youghal town famous for the “Moby Dick” film of the 1950′s, has many great beaches just minutes drive from our Bed and Breakfast in Youghal.
St. Martins can be used as a good touring base for Cork City shopping only 45 minutes drive, Midleton and the Jameson Distillery is only 20 minutes and 20 minutes also to Cobh to visit the Cathedral and the Cobh Heritage Centre and Fota Wildlife Park, House and Gardens. Enjoy a stroll through Killeagh Glenbower Woods also at any time of year and take a Shopping trip to see Blarney Castle and the Woollen Mills in Blarney village.
Other area of interest to visit include Lismore Castle & Gardens, the beautiful views from the Vee, and enjoy a drive to Dungarvan and take a visit to Waterford Crystal. Enjoy a visit to Ardmore for its beach and then a walk along the Ardmore Cliff Walk.
Check-in from 16:00-18:00
Check- out by 11:00
Cancellation policy is 1 days in advance
We accept payment by cash only.
Breakfast is not included in the price but guests can enjoy a Continental or Full Irish Breakfast on request
Youghal Visitor Centre, Market Square, Tourist Office & Heritage Centre a visit is essential. Town trail begins at the Visitor Centre. Watergate � remains of the medieval gate leading from quayside to town locally known as �Cromwell�s Arch� he sailed from here in the 1650″s. Clock Gate built in 1777 on the site of Trinity Castle and part of the fortification of the medieval town, for a number of years it served as a jail. The Benedectine Priory founded in 1350, the Gothic carved door arch gives access to the site of the chapel. The Red House also known as the Parochial House was built in 1703 in the Queen Anne style with a Dutch influence, the house was built by architect Leuventhan for the Uniacke family. Tynte�s Castle built in the 13th century, and the only fortified relique of feudalism to be seen in the town today, built by Tynte. The Alms Houses built in the early 17th century by Richard Boyle first Earl of Cork. Myrtle Grove a private residence, the 15th century college Warden�s house, remodelled in 1602 after years of occupation by Sir Walter Raleigh. In the South Bale is a window from where the poet Edmond Spencer is reputed to have written part of his poem � The Faerie Queen�. The College, probably Irelands first post Norman University, founded in 1464 by the Earl of Desmond. St Mary�s Church, complete in the 13th century it is a fine example of early Norman church architecture and has many interesting tombs. North Abbey ruins of Dominican Priory of 1268. South Abbey, a Franciscan monastery founded on the south side of Yougal town, in 1224, it was the first Franciscan Friary in Ireland. Youghal Lighthouse, in 1202 the Geraldine proprietors of the town built this lighthouse and endowned a nunnery, called by chapel of St. Anne under the condition that the nuns should see the light was maintained. Youghal Town Walls, 13th century Fox�s Lane Museum is a small, privately run museum, providing a fascinating display of some 600 beautifully restored gadgets that trace the evolution and development of household conveniences and appliances used in the home, during the 1850s to the 1950s.
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