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County Cork
All Year: September to April
Area (ha): 1.61
Persons: 1 or 2
Category: Other
Host ID: 56307
Country: Ireland

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Last Updated: May 7, 2018

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We are looking for one person who is mature and responsible to help with our gardens and dogs from end of May to mid-September. The minimum stay would be 2 weeks. The tasks vary from garden maintenance such as clearing, weeding, edging lawns and dead heading to more specific tasks like repotting etc. We are currently doing some stone work in the garden - so some heavy lifting is needed. Also help with our 4 rescue dogs - walking and having fun!
It would be advisable to have your own transport as there is a lot of exploring to be done in West Cork and Kerry with great hikes and trails.
We can provide a bike for you.

The accommodation house is shown in the photo and includes comfortable, heated room with en-suite facilities and wifi. It is a separate building to the main house. We provide 3 meals a day - we are largely pescatarian but do use ethically sourced meat. There is also the opportunity for you to prepare and cook your own meals.

West Cork is a unique part of Ireland and has a large scope for people who enjoy walking, cycling and sea sports such as kayaking. This is part of the Wild Atlantic way and the Beara Peninsula has a number of well laid out walks which form the Beara Way. The gardens have a great variety of mature plants that are unique to this area and a lot to learn about the flora of this special landscape. We also run Galleries so you can learn about Irish art, Ceramics and sculpture.

Thank you.

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