Get away from it all with great food, cracking pubs and colourful villages
One of Ireland's largest counties boasts a cosmopolitan city, stunning landscapes and grand country houses
Situated on the sheltered Bantry Bay, Glengarriff is surrounded by high rugged mountains and ancient oak forest. Acclaimed...
The walk begins at the junction east side of Sullivan’s pub, Ballinakilla, and continues towards Rerrin Village, passing...
MacCarthy's Bar, at the Glengarrif Park Hotel, County Cork, is located in the centre of Glengarriff Village. Open daily...
Mill Cove Gallery, in Castletownbere West Cork, exhibits the best of Irish contemporary art by established and emerging...
Garra Fado Garden features ornamental borders, a pond, and a kitchen garden, an extensive nursery, offering plants,...
Pedals & Boots is a family run cafe, bicycle hire and post office business based in Lauragh on the Beara Peninsula....
An extensive 16-hectare property with more than 40 works of art, the Mill Cove Sculpture Gardens are located on the...
Located in the town of Glengarriff in County Cork, The Spinning Wheel specialises in ladies’ fashions and stocks a wide...
A free community festival, including musicians from Ireland, UK and Europe, hosted by Bernard Harrington's Bar. 3 days...
Fixed cost price of £799 per person sharing
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€315 (Adult) / €260 (Child)
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