Now, we feature a fair bit of unique accommodation in the where to stay section of this website.
Today we’re off to Kinsale to have a look at a gorgeous little cottage that offers some of the best views of any Airbnb we’ve seen in a while!
Welcome to Driftwood
This seafront property is tailormade for couples seeking a romantic escape on Ireland’s magnificent Wild Atlantic Way.
Known as Driftwood, this is a stunning Airbnb that sleeps two in a stylish, cosy double bedroom.
A slick interior and a barn that you’ll never want to leave
The interior is stunning, designed in the highest taste with touches such as a cushty velvet couch, sheepskins and a modern wood pellet real flame fire all adding to the comfortable ambience.
As for the views, they are simply stunning! Visitors to Driftwood can enjoy the seating area that overlooks the water, ideal for breakfast, lunch or just a nighttime tipple!
Related Kinsale Read: Check out our guide to the most incredible hotels in Kinsale (from fancy spots to pocket-friendly places to stay)
How the hosts describe it
‘Driftwood is a unique and completely detached self catering waterfront property.
Set within it’s own private entrance and garden, Driftwood has stunning views over Kinsale harbour, Charles Fort and the Marina.
The interior is super light, clean and cosy. A comfy velvet sofa, fluffy sheepskins and a state of the art wood pellet real flame fire. We supply all the fuel for the fireplace so you can sit back and relax! Driftwood is fitted with smoke detector and carbon monoxide alarm for your peace of mind.
Driftwood overlooks the sea from every angle and the bed is no exception! A king size bed, high quality firm mattress and fresh white cotton bedding ensures a great nights sleep.’
How much a night will set you back
So, to check the price we’ve popped in a weekend in February (Friday to Sunday) for two people sharing. Here’s how much it’ll set you back:
- Total: €527
- Per person: €236.50
- Book a night or see more here
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Discover more unique Irish accommodation
If you hop into the where to stay section of our site, you’ll discover a tonne of weird and wonderful places to stay in Ireland.