Kinsale B&B is situated on an elevated site with absolutely
unrivalled views scanning hundreds of miles of Breath taking rolling
countryside, It is owned and run by the Murphy family providing warm hospitality
for all its guests with the peace and tranquillity of the area absorbing.
Situated on its own grounds with lawns, gardens and rockeries for guests to
enjoy and relax in, 4 km from Kinsale, 20 minutes drive for Cork Airport and
Ringaskiddy Ferry port.
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House is the nearest registered B&B on the main road(4 km) to the now world
famous Old Head of Kinsale Golf Links. This 18 Hole Links Course is developed on
a historical peninsula on an ancient historical site that rises hundreds of feet
above the sea level with spectacular views with archaeological and scientific
interest. This 18 hole links course at the Old Head of Kinsale is built on a
breathtaking landscape and is unquestionably a golfing paradise. "A spectacle
that defies comparison."
Tesben house is fortunate in being so close to such a world famous golf links
course such as the Old Head
acre promontory has allowed the composition of a 7,300 yard par 72 golf course
configured as two returning loops of nine holes, together with a practice ground
facility. Nine holes play alongside the cliff tops providing an exhilarating
test of golf and concentration for players of all standards and categories.
The Old Head Golf Links is one of the most remarkable developments ever
conceived in the history of golf : an Atlantic promontory that will never be
rivalled in terms of drama and beauty.
It rises hundreds of feet above dramatic cliffs, surrounded by the ocean on all
sides and commanding the most spectacular views from virtually every part.
Old Head, as a golf links, will in my estimate rate with the great golf courses
of the world. Its location reminds me of Cypress Point and Pebble Beach, two of
America's most famous courses. To be associated with the design of this project
is to me the thrill of a lifetime. I see The Olds Head as a golfer's paradise
and it has the potential of being the eighth wonder of the world, in golfing
Three times British Amateur Champion and former captain of the Royal and
I have looked over this place of breathtaking beauty, an awe inspiring spectacle
that defies comparison.
Dermot Gilleece Golf Writer, Irish Times.