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The Schooner

The Schooner Ballycotton B&B and traditional Irish pub is in the heart of the lovely seaside village of Ballycotton. This long established East Cork hostelry is in the ownership of Brid and Mike O' Shea.

Brid is a member of a local family with a long tradition of fishing and sea faring. Renovated and brought to a high standard of comfort, while retaining its village charm. There is also a separate games room, ideal for the very occasional wet day. To cater for the visitor, the Schooner has four guest bedrooms, again presented and furnished to the highest standards for comforts and relaxation. The visitor, and local is assured of a warm welcome from Bird and Mike, who will offer you the best in food and refreshment in Ballycotton and entertainment, in happy surroundings.

Pier 26

Pier 26 Restaurant Ballycotton, located a short walk from Ballycotton Pier offers wonderful views out to the Ballycotton Lighthouse. All food is freshly prepared with a range of seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes, and homemade desserts.Just leaving the wine for you to choose!

Bayview Hotel Restaurant

The Bayview Hotel Restaurant in Ballycotton is beautifully located cliffside overlooking Ballycotton Bay. The Restaurant uses the freshest of ingredients and local suppliers where possible. Try the Cheese Board as the Cork region has some of the best cheese producers. Locally caught fish and locally reared chicken along with many more great ingredients are to be found on the menu at The Bayview Hotel Ballycotton Restaurant.

The Blackbird Bar

The Blackbird Bar in Ballycotton village, a place to order a drink and a bite to go with it.

Skinny's Diner

Skinny's Diner is a little diner cafe offering a range of food options, Fish and Chips being the most popular. With a little area to sit out on a warm Summers day, perfect. A short walk from the centre of Ballycotton village and a little longer walk after eating to enjoy the views down on Ballycotton Pier.

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