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Kinsale Holiday Village

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Glanbeg, Kinsale, Cork,
Ms Ann O'Connell
T: +353(0)214772488
E: info@kinsaleholidayvillage.com

Located in one of the oldest town in Ireland, Kinsale Holiday Village in Co Cork offers luxury townhouses in the grounds of Kinsale's old railway station. These houses are just five minutes from the centre of the historic town.

Kinsale Holiday Village offers luxury three-star self-catering townhouses for holidaymakers in Kinsale, Co Cork.

Centred on a spacious courtyard in the grounds of Kinsale's old railway station, these houses are five minutes walk from the centre of this historic town. Kinsale Holiday Village can cater for up to 60 people.

Each house has three bedrooms comprising one double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, one twin bedroom and one single bedroom. Bed linen is supplied for free. Guests will also benefit from a fully-fitted modern kitchen with a washing machine/dryer, microwave, dishwasher, multi-channel TV, and an open fire. There is also electric central heating, a telephone, hairdryer and a private car park. We also supply free WiFi.

Kinsale town is within walking distance, and is one of the most picturesque and interesting towns in the Southwest. Nestled between the hills and the shoreline, this town boasts a maze of narrow streets, with a colourful collection of pubs and restaurants.

History buffs will enjoy taking in sights like the harbour which is guarded by two star-shaped 17th century fortresses; James Fort, and Charles Fort. The Courthouse, St Multose Church, the French Prison, and the 16th century Desmond Castle are also well worth visiting. Kinsale is also famous for its beautiful harbour location, as well as its wide range of maritime activities and superb golf courses in the area, such as like the Old Head of Kinsale, Lee Valley, Fota, and Bandon – all within an hour's journey from Kinsale.

Guests nay be interested in one of Kinsale’s festivals – like the Fringe Jazz Festival, Gourmet Festival, or the sailing events during Cork week.

Other activities and attractions that can be enjoyed in the area include surfing, walking, horse riding, boating, and sea angling.