You can now rent this amazing Cork Airbnb which has its own lighthouse

The award-winning Airbnb property was featured on RTÉ’s Home of the Year and has been completely renovated with sea-facing rooms, a bathroom and a veranda.

You can now rent this amazing Cork Airbnb which has its own lighthouse.

The 200 year old property has been completely renovated and is located on the edge of a cliff in Youghal, County Cork.

It can accommodate six people and has 2 double bedrooms facing the sea and a twin bedroom, each with its own antique fireplace.

The property took two years to transform but still manages to retain its original character and heritage while including some modern touches.

The ground floor has an open floor plan with nautical blue and red nods to its coastal location.

What really sets this house apart is the lighthouse in its garden.

You have the chance to stay in an old lighthouse keeper’s house without having to worry about maintaining the lights!

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Previous renters have fallen in love with the Airbnb property, with the home having a full 5-star rating on nearly a hundred reviews.

One person said: “The Lighthouse Keepers is such a beautiful resting place with a breathtaking view of the sea.”

Another reviewer added: “It really is an incredibly special place to stay, we had an unforgettable experience. The house has everything you need and is so warm and beautiful.

“We spent so much time admiring this wonderful sea view and seeing how it changes throughout the day … the perfect place for sea lovers.”

If you and a group of friends want to rent this specular Cork house, you can stay there for € 67 each.

The lighthouse keeper’s house can be found on Airbnb here.

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