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Sheila’s on the Sheep’s Head

Sheila’s home has a very special story. The land belonged to her family and what is now a beautiful space was once a small cowshed. Sheila is a carpenter (as well as a teacher of carpentry skills) and over the course of 10 years, with the help of assistants, contractors, and a lot of work from the woman herself, Sheila’s on the Sheep’s Head was born!

The cow shed became what is now known as The Cottage. Take a look through Sheila’s book on arrival to see for yourself the amazing transformation. In 2011 the West Wing was added on to create space for retreats.

Tea&SconesFacilities:

  • 4 Shared Participant Bedrooms
  • 3 Full Baths
  • Yoga Room
  • Hang out Space with Woodstove
  • 1 private kitchen for participants
  • Outdoor seating areas

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Amenities:

  • Heated Floors in the Yoga Room
  • Wi-Fi throughout
  • Views of Dunmanus Bay
  • Access to plenty of walking and hiking trails
  • 1 mile from 2 pubs

Note:

You won’t find Sheila’s place in any guidebook, but we do promise that your stay here will be unique and comfortable. And while her space isn’t officially star-rated we give it a 100,000…because that’s what you can see at night from her balcony.

Stargazing is unparalleled here.


 

Room Descriptions

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The White Room:

This back bedroom in the West Wing is bright and cheerful with mountain views. It was created as the original master bedroom, containing 2 single beds and one queen-sized bed.  It is large, bright, and comfortable, with a bathroom just down the hall.

 

 

 


TheButterflyRoomThe Butterfly Room:

With a bathroom en suite, this cheerful little room accommodates 2. One double and one single bed, an antique wooden armoire, and gorgeous ocean views round out the second bedroom in the West Wing.

 

 

 

 


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The Nook:

This front bedroom in the Cottage comes with views of the sea and mountains. It sleeps 2, with a double and single bed. Bright, with wooden floors, and it’s own little secret entrance, you can even climb into the windowsill and watch the world go by.