West Cork is simply stunning, amazing scenery, breath-taking views and a range of activities for all of the family. Rosscarbery is the ideal base for exploring this lovely part of Ireland and The Celtic Ross is an amazing hotel that has fun for all of the family. It is located a short distance from a beach so it’s a perfect place to spend those sunny summer days.
For Nanny Village readers, the biggest attraction is the focus on children and the amount of facilities on site to keep them entertained. There is a kids club that operates throughout the school holidays and is complimentary for all hotel residents. Children aged between 4 and 12 years will be entertained throughout the day with a range of Arts and Crafts, Games and Movies. In addition, the hotel also offers a babysitting service. This gives you plenty of free time to sample the leisure centre with its 15m swimming pool and Sauna and Steam Room. Or perhaps book in for a well deserved facial at the Serenity Spa.
The hotel also has a range of dining options from hassle free bar food to a full sit down meal dining experience, the food is locally sourced and is of amazing quality. Entertainment is provided in the evenings on weekends with local musicians showing their talents. The rooms are of a good standard, comfortable and cosy, and suitable for a family stay. If you are after a five star type of hotel, then this is not the place for you.
The Celtic Ross is close to a number of attractions for the family, as mentioned the Warren Strand Beach is a short walk away (1 KM). There is also the Smugglers Cove Adventure Centre a short distance away, where your little ones can play Adventure Golf . It’s also close to the Lagoon Activity Centre which provides plenty of activity for those who have water babies. For smaller children there is a playground in Rosscarbery where they too can join in the fun. There really is something for everyone.
Most importantly the warm welcome from staff and the homely feel of the hotel will make you feel like you are staying with good friends, eating amazing food and seeing some gorgeous sights. The Celtic Ross, it seems, really does have it all.