Seafort House was built in 2004 to the highest specification, overlooking a sheltered wooded inlet, this wonderfully individual property commands a magnificent position right at the waters’ edge. There are stunning views to the west, over Whiddy Island, Bantry Bay and the Beara Peninsula from the property’s rooms and large terrace.
Utilising clever design, the accommodation of Seafort house is arranged on three levels with a staggered front elevation to maximise sunlight and the aspects afforded by the site and the wonderful setting. No expense was spared in the construction and finish of the property with solid concrete floors and walls, geothermal underfloor heating together with double-glazed doors and windows. In 2016, the entire property was sensitively renovated to a high standard with contemporary understated comforts.
Seafort house lies adjacent to Donemark Falls, which is reputedly where the first ever Irish settlers landed, and a stone’s throw from Bantry Golf Course, across the inlet. Bantry, a vibrant and historic town with its award-winning restaurants, bars and shopping facilities, lies just 1 mile to the south.
Parking is available at the property.