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Bantry House and Garden, the stunning stately home of the Earls of Bantry and their descendants the White family. The estate, situated overlooking Bantry Bay in County Cork, is open from April to October and includes a tearoom.
ACET - Cork Language Centre International has gained a reputation as a market leader in EFI in Ireland with 30 years of experience. Located in the city centre.
This Historic Stroll vividly unveils the strategic importance of Kinsale's perfect harbour and extraordinary fortifications following the New World discoveries.
Located on the West Cork coast of Ireland, Baltimore is the perfect choice for a scuba diving adventure. Whether you are an experienced diver or someone new to the sport, Baltimore Diving Centre has got everything you need.
The Royal Cork Yacht Club today encompasses a wide variety of sailing activities for all ages from young children upwards. They are located in Crosshaven, County Cork.
In Zings Restaurant, the Chef creates international dishes using fresh local produce flavoured with Mediterranean and European influences.
O'Donoghue's is located in the Square in the fishing port of Castletownbere. The bar is a combination of both the old and the new.
The Ballymaloe Shop in Shanagarry, County Cork carries a carefully selected, competitively priced range of Irish designed goods, crafts and specialist kitchenware.
Come and visit the Toy Soldier Factory. Learn about the history of the ‘Prince August’ brand. A live casting demonstrations is given every half an hour in how to cast a metal Toy Soldier. This unique experience is not-to-be missed!
An engrossing historical walk through Cobh, exploring its fascinating diversity of military, maritime and social heritage.
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