Bantry House

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Bantry House is not only one of the finest historic houses in Ireland, but it also commands one of the best views verlooking Bantry Bay in west Cork.

Since 1946 the house containing its important collection of furniture, tapestries and objets d'art has been open to the public.

Your visit includes a self guided tour of the house. Complimentary information sheets are available at the House reception.

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On leaving Cork, please look for the sign for West Cork (N71). This will take you out past the Wilton Roundabout (or Kinsale Roundabout), and the Bandon Road Roundabout.
The N71 will take you into the village of INISHANNON. The next town is BANDON, when you reach the bridge, take a right turn for Bantry, this is well signposted.
After about 15 minutes, BALLINEEN-ENNISKEANE, is the next town. DUNMANWAY follows next, be sure to turn left when you reach the top of the square and follow the signs to Bantry. The last village is Drimoleague, and a further 20 minutes drive will bring you into BANTRY.
As soon as you see Bantry Bay, Bantry House Estate is on the right hand side of the road (opposite the bay).


Opening times (15 March - 31 October):
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Address: Bantry House, Bantry, County Cork, Ireland
Phone: +353 (0)27 50047

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