Bantry

  1. Kilnaruane Stone

    Bantry, Cork

    The ancient stone probably dates from early Christian Times and was a cross of some form. It represents one of the most interesting carvings of that period and stands over 2m high. Read more

  2. Moghul Indian Restaurant

    Bantry, Cork

    Moghul Indian Restaurant is in Bantry, County Cork and offer traditional Indian cuisine to dine in or take away. Read more

  3. West Cork Literary Festival

    Bantry, Cork

    Jul 06 2014 - Jul 12 2014

    Literary Festival with an extensive programme of readings, workshops, seminars, panel discussions and children's events as well as the JG Farrell competition for novelists based in Munster. Read more

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  4. Blairscove House

    Bantry, Cork

    Sitting on a promontory jutting out into Dunmanus Bay in West Cork is Blairscove House. Set in a 250 year old Georgian country house Blairscove offers elegant accommodation and delicious food served in their awe inspiring dining room. Read more

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  5. Ardnagashel Estate

    Bantry, Cork

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    Ardnagashel Estate is situated on the sea between Glengariff and Bantry, Co Cork. The estate offers self-catering cottages which are perfectly placed for touring the beautiful and dramatic South West. Read more

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  6. Doire Liath

    Bantry, Cork

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    Doire Liath is a family home on the outskirts of Bantry Town. Ideal location for touring Beara, Sheepshead, the Mizen and all of West Cork. Just a short stroll into Bantry's beautiful town centre, whilst enjoying a peaceful location. Read more

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  7. Coomhola River

    Bantry, Cork

    The Coomhola River drains into the top of Bantry Bay in County Cork. It gets a good run of grilse every season; it also gets a small run of sea trout in July and August. Read more

  8. La Mirage

    Bantry, Cork

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    La mirage is situated 3 miles from Bantry town. Elevated spacious country home overlooking Bantry Bay. Peaceful location, friendly atmosphere. La Mirage B&B is an ideal location for walking, cycling or hiking, ideal for day trips to the Beara Peninsula, Mizen Head, short trips to Glengarriff and Garnish Island, or to Gougane Barra. Relax in the evening with good food in Bantry or Ballyclikey. Read more

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  9. Bantry House And Garden

    Bantry, Cork

    Found in Bantry, County Cork, Bantry House boasts a collection of art treasures as well as splendid gardens that date back to the 1850s. After many years of neglect, the gardens have been restored to their former glory. Read more

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  10. Ard na Greine

    Bantry, Cork

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    Ard na Greine is a modern, country home, in a rural peaceful location. The property is situated in mature grounds and gardens and is an ideal base for touring West Cork and south Kerry. The locality also features sea, mountains, river and hills. It is a base for walkers, golfers and sightseers. Garden for guests use. Breakfast menu available. Personal attention by owners Read more

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