Schull

  1. Loughbeg Farm

    Schull, Cork

    See farm animals, poultry, 80 raised vegetable beds, greenhouse and views of the West Cork coast and countryside. Read more

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  2. The Bunratty Inn

    Schull, Cork

    Bar in Schull. Read more

  3. Schull Slí na Sláinte

    Schull, Cork

    Two walks in Schull. Read more

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  4. West Cork Bike Hire

    Schull, Cork

    Located in Schull, County Cork, West Cork Bike Hire allows cyclists to discover the real beauty of the area. They have a selection of mountain and hybrid bikes and maps of various cycle routes are available. They offer self guided & guided tours. Read more

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  5. Schull Reservoir

    Schull, Cork

    Schull Reservoir is a joint development between the South Western Regional Fisheries Board and the local development association. It holds a small stock of wild brown trout and is also stocked with adult rainbow trout. Read more

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  6. Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival

    Schull, Cork

    May 21 2014 - May 25 2014

    Films are screened in every corner of the village - in marquees, a bookshop, art gallery, village hall, on local islands and in numerous local pubs and restaurants. Great family entertainment. Read more

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  7. Hillcrest

    Schull, Cork

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    A five-bedroom dormer set near Schill Village, West County Cork, Hillcrest is a spacious and comfortable accommodation for a self-catering holiday by the sea. The coastal village offers a host of land and water activities to enjoy. Read more

  8. Hackett's Bar

    Schull, Cork

    Drop in if you are passing - for a pint, some food, a chat and most of all, some craic! Read more

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  9. Schull Farmers Market

    Schull, Cork

    Locals and visitors are invited to Schull Country Market in Schull, County Cork, every Sunday from 10am to 2pm for all the best local food, crafts, plants and gifts. Read more

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  10. Schull Harbour

    Schull, Cork

    Skull is a busy and scenic tourist village with coastal landscape to the south and the upland landscape of Mount Gabriel to the north. As a hub for recreational water sports from sailing to diving. Read more

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