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Annual family friendly regatta for traditional lobster boats, Heir Island sloops, topaz dinghies, drascombe luggers and Dublin Bay mermaids.
Two walks in Schull.
Located just steps from the famous castle in Blarney, County Cork, Blarney House dates back to 1874. It is surrounded by an expanse of parkland with rare trees, formal gardens, manicured lawns, rose beds and more.
Watersports activities are especially geared towards family activities including boating. All age groups are welcome. Water levels range between 2' to 4' maximum.
The Schull Planetarium, in West Cork, is the only Planetarium in Ireland; and provides a unique educational spectacle of the heavens above. The night sky is portrayed with such realism that one feels one is sitting outside on the clearest of nights.
Mallow Heritage Centre in Mallow, County Cork can help visitors trace their ancestors. Whether customers are just beginning their search or are well on the way to tracing their family history, Mallow Heritage Centre welcome the use of their resources
Tattan’s fully licensed premises is a charming and spacious family run pub, in an 18th century Georgian residence.
Millstreet Museum allows the visitor experience the history of this North Cork area and gives an insight into its fascinating past. Incorporated into the centre is a busy tourist information point and a cafe is situated nearby.
Eason is Ireland's leading booksellers, newsagents and stationers. This branch, situated on Patrick Street Cork City, has a full range of foreign newspapers, travel guides, maps and greeting cards.
Created with international flavours and combining European cuisine with ethnic touches – using local produce.
From €155 pps
Standard museum rates apply
From €88 per double room per night
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