A pair of pearls in scenic west Cork come to market
Two stunning residences in the Glengarriff area are up for grabs with price tags of €1.1 million and €695,000 respectively
Glengarriff, translated from the Irish an Gleann Garbh, or “the rugged glen”, is so named for the asperous mountains that surround it and the nearby Glengarriff Forest, home to some of the country’s oldest standing oak and birch groves.
Despite its suggestive name, this enticing west Cork village sits at the head of Glengarriff Bay, a small, sheltered enclave of Bantry Bay on the ring of Beara overlooking Garnish island and its Martello tower. Although ...