On the edge of the Atlantic
About the place:
Three Castle Head Cafe is a unique property on the edge of Ireland’s most south-westerly peninsula. It has stunning views of the Atlantic coastline. The farm includes the 12th-century Dunlough Castle, which is situated on the edge of steep cliffs, and next to a large freshwater lough. When Bird and Dine visited a couple of years ago, from the terrace we could see a flock of choughs, a pair of ravens, gannets, stonechats, linnets, swallows and house martins. This is a well-known spot for American rarities at migration time – spring and autumn, and, although the cafe is no longer open for day visitors, accommodation is available all year round.
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- Chough, Raven, Gannet, Stonechat, Peregrine, Wheatear
- American rarities in spring and autumn
- Cliffs, hills and ocean
- Excellent views from terrace, restricted views from inside
- Local Fare
- Sandwiches, rolls, wraps, soup, cakes
- Not licensed
- Open: Only currently available available for private functions all year.
- Accommodation: yes, call to confirm (all year)
- eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: +353-(0)2835760
- Website: http://www.threecastlehead.ie/three-castles-cafe/
What Customers say:
- News: see the excellent reviews on tripadvisor
Location: Cork, Ireland
- Three Castle Head Cafe, Dunlough, Goleen, County Cork, Ireland