About Hillside Cottage
The main structure of Hillside Cottage is over 100 years old and was refurbished in 2002. The downstairs walls are over 3-4 foot thick, designed to retain the heat in the winter and keep it cool in the summer.
The house is situated off the main road, has its own private garden, a separate garage and private parking. It overlooks Brandon Bay from its high vantage point and offers spectacular views of Fermoyle strand, the Maharees and the Atlantic Ocean while it is nestled into the mountain side which provides shelter from the winter weather.
The house has a great history and was one of the few houses in the area not to be raided by the black and tans during the Civil War. It was also one of the locations for the filming of the Frederick Forsythe novel ‘The Cry of the Innocent’ which was released in 1980.
Front of House