Bayview is a Manor House Hotel nestled cliffside in the beautiful village of Ballycotton, in the south of Ireland. Regarded as one of the finest hotels in East Cork, the Bayview Hotel romantically overlooks miles of spectacular coastline, in the centre of the small unspoilt fishing village of Ballycotton. Lovingly restored and family-run, this 4 Star East Cork Hotel is dedicated to providing modern luxury with the charm and warmth of bygone days. Relax in the hotel’s original gardens, and embrace the invigorating sea air while viewing a traditional fishing harbour at work. The Hotel boasts luxurious accommodation, top class dining and an idyllic location in Ballycotton.
Each of the 35 spacious bedrooms directly overlooks the wide expanse of ocean at Ballycotton Bay, insuring that this hotel is the ideal spot for indulgence and peaceful relaxation.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Sea View
- Crisp Cotton Linens & Towels
- Satellite TV
- Free Wi-Fi within the Hotel
- Room Service
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
When you have the bounties of the ocean and land literally outside your door and an award-winning Chef who eats, sleeps, drinks, talks and obsesses about his craft then you have the ‘perfect storm’ of culinary excellence. Chef Ciaran Scully and his team are firmly committed to using the freshest, seasonal and local ingredients and products to inspire diners and suppliers alike.
Great meals sear their way into our memories with their powerful, evocative combinations of taste, scent, texture and presentation. Our goal is to reawaken in you the sheer joy that great food brings to any occasion whether it be a warming breakfast or special celebration. So indulge your tastebuds and dine at the Bayview Cork Hotels renowned restaurant!
Ballycotton is a Seaside resort village in County Cork, Ireland, situated about 25 miles east of Cork city. It is a famous fishing village and has given its name to the folk band Ballycotton.
In the bustling city of Cork (often referred to as ‘Ireland’s Second Capital’), stroll the river walk at the University and pop into the Glucksman Gallery. Relax in a café, and hit Shandon Street, just a short walk from the main shopping district. Climb the 120 foot steeple, and ring the bells of Shandon. Soak up the city views as they fade into the countryside. Award-winning restaurants line the streets, and nightlife choices include Irish Traditional, classy nightclubs, theater, opera, plays, and dance. (Take the haunted night tour of the city jail—it’s a great way to start your evening with a bang.) Of course, there’s the Jameson Old Middleton Distillery in east Cork. Learn how Irish whiskey is made, and finish with a tasting.