We have five beautiful rooms, all en suite, overlooking Schull Harbour or Mount Gabriel. Each of our rooms is named after a famous writer who has stayed at Grove House. Please feel free to ask to see their guestbook entries when you come and stay – we’re always happy to celebrate our wonderful heritage.
Carbery Room – a large room with a bath named after Ethna Carbery, an Irish journalist, writer and poet, best known for the ballad Roddy McCorley and the Song of Ciabhán
Ross Room – in celebration of Violet Florence Martin – writing under the name Martin Ross as part of the Somerville and Ross writing team – this room offers sea views and plenty of light.
Shaw Room – in memory of the great G.B. Shaw, this is one of our most peaceful and tranquil rooms, complete with a feature bathroom.
Somerville Room – named after Edith Somerville of the ‘Somerville and Ross’ writing team, this room has stunning harbour views.
Yeats Room – A gorgeous twin room with original fireplace, named after the poet W.B. Yeats.