Jack's Cottage is a real gem. Although hard to find (no postcodes in Ireland!) it was well worth it. The place is huge. What you can't see in the photos are that the ceilings are really high, and the corridor from the kitchen to the main bedroom was really long. We really liked the unique style of the building, and the remoteness. It is however, on a very breezy cliff top, but you can't tell with the windows shut and once the wood burner is going. We really recommend the Ballycotton Cliff top walk and the food in the Blackbird Inn is lovely.
A stay at Jack's Cottage could be idyllic. The location, 2 miles uphill from the village ,is delightfully rural. The cottage has been remodelled with style and imagination and is well provided with everything needed for self catering. However it does pose challenges! The HUGE bathrooms have been designed as wet rooms and they live up to the name. A shower sends water all over the special flooring which just does not dry out even though we were there in a heatwave and had the windows open always. This means a trip to the basin or loo means shoes, not always convenient in the night!