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Covid-19 related
Welcome & Safety information

Dear Guest,
we are delighted to share the news that Ballycommane House has re-opened.

What we are doing
At Ballycommane House, we are entirely focused on the experience of our guests and our priority, always, is your health and safety. Now, more than ever, we are focused on the health and safety of both our guests and ourselves as your hosts, without compromising the quality of your experience when you stay with us.

Here at Ballycommane House we have taken precautionary measures to ensure your wellbeing, along with that of your fellow travellers. We have heightened our already stringent practices around food handling, sanitisation, disinfection, and cleaning, plus specific measures in accordance with the HSE and the Department of Health.

What you can do

If you are showing symptoms of COVID-19, or if you have returned from overseas less than 14 days prior to check-in, we respectfully request that you do not visit Ballycommane House.

While we aim at minimising contact, we will come and say hello from a safe distance at the car park or at the main entrance when you arrive. We would love to welcome you all back properly with a handshake or hug, but for now, we must not!

There is a sanitisation station at the main entrance of the house (B&B) and we request that all guests sanitise their hands on arrival. Please respect the government guidelines regarding respiratory hygiene and social distancing practices.

We ask that you maintain social distancing from other guests at all times.

Useful information will be available in digital format or on laminated sheets. Payments can be as contactless as possible. Accommodation bills will be emailed rather than printed.

We are doing everything we can to provide a safe, seamless, and ultimately enjoyable experience when you visit Ballycommane House. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. We promise to do our utmost to ensure that the spirit of Ballycommane House is not lost while we operate under these temporary restrictions.

Until then, we send our very best wishes from beautiful West Cork.

Andy & Ingolf

Almost lost elsewhere, but still alive at Ballycommane House, is an old Irish tradition: Guests are greeted on arrival with tea and scones.

At Ballycommane House you can be assured of a warm welcome from your hosts, Ingolf & Andy. They are always happy to help you with suggestions, maps and information on places to visit during your stay.