Coolcower House in Macroom, County Cork, enjoys a beautiful setting overlooking the River Lee with coarse fishing on the water's edge.
Coolcower House has been welcoming visitors for over 30 years. Comfort and quiet relaxation are the priorities. As would be expected in an old country house, rooms vary considerably with single rooms, twin, double and family rooms available. All 12 rooms include TV, hairdryer, hospitality tray, direct dial telephone and ensuite bathroom. The restaurant offers both à la carte and dinner menus. Free WiFi is also available. There is extensive car parking and a hard tennis court with a beautiful avenue walk. Boats are available for fishing along the lake.
Visitors to Macroom can enjoy scenic walks and the colourful atmosphere of a busy market town with a large square and picturesque old buildings. William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania, lived in Macroom Castle with its turrets and imposing gateway leading off the square. The town has numerous restaurants and pubs. There is a theatre in the town which holds both drama and cinema entertainment. There is also an 18 hole golf course.