Pierce House Bed and Breakfast

A special experience in beautiful West Cork on the Wild Atlantic Way


Pierce House B&B



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Pierce House

is situated on a quiet lane in 2 acres of coastal garden in an elevated
south facing position near Ballydehob, West Cork,
right on the Wild Atlantic Way.

In partnership with
Slightly Foxed
 
The Real Reader's Quarterly
                
   Pierce House Bed and Breakfast is open all year including Christmas and New Year.
Contact Patricia by phone or text from Ireland  086 245 8214
from outside Ireland INT + 86 245 8214
or by email:  click here
(when booking or enquiring by email please include a contact telephone number or postal address)

Pierce House has a stunning panoramic view
across Roaringwater bay from Kilcoe Castle to Cape Clear with Sherkin Island in the distance and Mount Gabriel to the West over Ballydehob estuary.

Patricia and her husband Chris spent many years in the film and television industry and welcome people from all walks of life.
It is a short walk down to a small quay at the sea edge.  Pierce House is
3km (1.8 miles) from Ballydehob, famous for its bars, restaurants and music and arts festivals and 11km (6.8 miles) from the popular fishing village of Schull.


We offer exceptional accommodation in two spacious and well appointed rooms, each with its own entrance and safe parking. The Blue Room has a  six foot wide double bed that can be divided into two comfortable singles.
The Green Room has a large double bed and a single bed.  The en-suite shower rooms have large walk in showers, wcs, and washbasins.
Both rooms have small fridges.

 
Patricia will make you welcome to her warm and comfortable home from home, with central heating,  good showers, electric blankets, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, and wifi with fast internet access.   Mobile phone signals are good.


Pierce House is 3km (1.8 miles) from Ballydehob, our nearest village.
This takes only 5 minutes by car, but 30 minutes up and down hill on foot.
If you are coming without your own transport you will be dependent
on local taxis and an infrequent bus service that passes through
Ballydehob to get about.

See booking page for details and prices.


Please note that we have pet cats, who are not allowed in the guest rooms, but if you suffer from animal related allergies this might not be the place for you.  For the same reason, we cannot accommodate dogs.

We do not offer television.

We ask our guests not to smoke or vape in the house.


Some lines from our guest book 2018

A & L, Dingle: 
A home from home, wonderful hospitality and nourishment.  I’ve been searching for years for a haven like this!

G & C, Frankfurt:
Sun and wind do their best.  Views of the sea always changing, even the crows behave well.  Perfection ain’t fiction!

S & S, Holland:
Wonderful hospitality, warmth, delicious food, great sleeps and Irish sunshine, we have both been spoiled….

D & T, Florida and North Carolina:
We came as clients and left as friends.  We fell in love with this location, the warmth of your home, and you both.

J, Waterford:
Came for one night, stayed for two, wonderful hosts made us feel so welcome. 

B & M Belfast:
Peaceful perfection sums up all that we found in this idyllic spot.  A fox cub looking into our room was a memorable event.

P, Seattle:
This was an experience like no other guest-house; will live in my memory, and I look forward to coming again.

S & M, Canada:
…your hospitality was absolutely first class, the food delicious and the scenery stunning.

K & B, Stuttgart and Hamburg:
A wonderful week in your B&B, Pierce House is an amazing place and the view from your terrace is breathtaking. You’re simply the best!!!



Blueroom Panorama 1
The Blue Room


Blue Room Panorama 2
The Blue Room


Greenroom Panorama 1
The Green Room

Greenroom Panorama 2
The Green Room


Pierce House Aerial 1
Pierce House overlooks Roaringwater Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way, Cape Clear Island in the distance.
Photography by Tom Vaughan, Oakwood Aerial Photography, Ballydehob





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