The Celtic Ross Hotel is a 3-Star, family owned hotel set right on the West Cork coastline. It overlooks Rosscarbery Bay and is just 10 minutes walking distance to Rosscarbery town center. With access to historic sites, gardens, bird watching, whale watching, golf, sea angling, horse riding and sandy beaches, the Celtic Ross Hotel will provide you with the perfect hub for your getaway. The hotel also features an onsite Leisure Centre with an indoor pool, fully equipped workout room, with exercise classes available to all ages!
All of the rooms at the Celtic Ross Hotel are spacious, tastefully decorated, and come equipped with an en-suite bathroom, telephone, tea/coffee making facilities and a TV. Some rooms offer wonderful ocean views
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Coffee/tea maker
- Ensuite Bathroom
- Direct-dial phone
- Free Wi-Fi
- Private bathroom
- Satellite television service
- Trouser press
- Room Service
- Hair dryer.
The Celtic Ross Hotel offers delectable, high quality dining for guests, with private dining options available in the Warren Suite, the Abbey Room, and to suit larger groups, the Ardagh Suite.
Kingfisher Bar & Bistro
Enjoy West Cork’s reputation as a center of food excellence at Kingfisher Bar & Bistro. Head Chef Alex Petit takes great pride in sourcing and service the freshest local produce from the seas and the countryside of the surrounding landscapes. Menus feature beef from McCarthy meats in Cork City, pork belly from Willie & Avril Allshire, and fish is landed fresh from the sea every day.
The light-filled Warren Suite features floor to ceiling windows offer stunning views of Rosscarbery Bay and Galley Head as well as state-of-the-art audio / visual facilities, the perfect choice for a private business party. The Warren Suite can seat up to 50 for dining
The Abbey Room & library may be booked privately for Drinks and Finger food for smaller, more informal occasions.
The Ardagh Suite
The Ardagh Suite has been greatly enhanced and enlarged to create a venue suitable for a conference in a theater arrangement with a maximum capacity for 300 guests, or 400 guests for a reception.
Rosscarbery is a town in County Cork, Ireland. The town is on a shallow estuary, which opens onto Rosscarbery Bay. The area has been occupied from very early times, as is evidenced by the Neolithic remains (pre 2000 BC) such as Portal Dolmens. The area is very strong in Bronze Age remains – including a number of Stone Circles. There are also two Inscribed Stones in Burgatia. The number of Ring Forts and Holy Wells witnesses the Iron Age and transition from the Old to the New (Christian) God. Rosscarbery was home to the School of Ross, a major centre of learning, at one time being a university town, and one of the major cities in Europe, around the 6th century. Today, there is still a cathedral in the town – an unusual feature for what now would be considered a sleepy country town! Rosscarbery is a popular tourist destination in the summertime, being in proximity to at least three fine beaches. The nearest of these, the “Warren Beach”, is about a mile from the village, and is designated a blue flag beach.