Schull Bed & Breakfasts
Stanley House B&B Colla Road, Schull is set in a beautiful location in West Cork with stunning views. Deer roaming in the paddocks and wildflowers hang from the surrounding walls where Schull harbour can be seen in the distance. From the moment you walk through the door of Stanley House you are made feel at home. A house with a warm and relaxing ambience. Breakfast at Stanley House is an experience in itself. A menu with great variety, catering to everyone’s needs with home baking and free range eggs, all ingredients are locally produced. Stanley House is renowned for quality. "In Schull, home is where the Stanley House is.." Mount Gabriel shelters the village from the north, well worth the 1339 ft climb to the top for the wonderful views across the harbour, Roaring Water Bay and Carbery's hundred isles. Bicycles can be hired for a closer look at the sights along our empty roads, at as lower pace there are plenty of walks, or golf for those who enjoy walking with a purpose. There are tennis courts, squash courts, the only planetarium in Ireland and pony trekking. The ferry to Cape Clear, boat trips, fresh and salt water angling and sailing are available for water lovers. The Mizen Head Signal Fog Station guarantees a unique and authentic experience in any weather..
Grove Hose B&B, Schull, West Cork Grove House Schull is a family run Bed and Breakfast accommodation situated in Schull, County Cork Ireland. We have five beautiful rooms, all en suite, overlooking Schull harbour or Mount Gabriel. Grove House is the perfect venue for smaller functions or private dinner parties as well as a guest house. The restaurant is also open to the public. On our menu there is mainly local produce used as ingredients. We are very fortunate in Schull to have so many local producers of cheese, meat and vegetables. With the dinner we have a substantial wine list and coffee can be served in the bar where there is a piano and a small pool table. Grove House is also of historical importance having had guests such as George B Shaw, Jack Yeats and Edith Somerville staying in the house.