West Cork

  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. South Coast Charter Angling

    Youghal, Cork

    South Coast Charter Angling offer full day and evening angling trips around Youghal, County Cork. Read more

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  3. Whale Watch West Cork

    Baltimore, Cork

    Whale Watch West Cork seeks to offer the best whale and dolphin watching in Ireland. From common dolphins, seals and basking sharks to minke whales and the great fin whales. All facilities and safety equipment supplied on board. Read more

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  4. Neaskin Lough

    Dunmanway, Cork

    Neaskin Lough is one of five small lakes in West Cork, the others being Chapel Lake, Ballynacarriga Lough, Curraghalickey Lake and Lough Atarriff which hold a mixture of brown trout with some also containing rudd, tench and pike. Read more

  5. The Moorings

    Skibbereen, Cork

    A development with 10 homes, The Moorings is an excellent choice for a holiday in West County Cork. The delightful location in Skibbereen overlooks the River Ilen and has a variety of amenities on its doorstep. One home is wheelchair accessible. Read more

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  6. Marengo

    Charleville, Cork

    Marengo is one-hour drive from Cork, Kerry and Shannon Airports. Convenient for golf, hill walking and fishing. Marengo is situated overlooking the Ballyhoura Hills which have 1500 kms of way marked walks and is an ideal location for touring the south and mid west. Read more

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  7. Coppinger's Court

    Rosscarbery, Cork

    The ruins of Coppinger's Court, a 4 story house, consist of a central block flanked by two fortified square blocks on the east side and with another in the centre of the west side. Coppinger’s Court is located in Rosscarbery, County Cork. Read more

  8. Bride-Riverview House

    Conna, Cork

    Bride-Riverview House B&B in Conna, County Cork, is a beautifully restored riverside, stone residence enjoying a peaceful tree-lined location nested between the sea and mountains. Read more

  9. Ackworth

    Mallow, Cork

    Bungalow on 1 acre of mature gardens, overlooking River Blackwater. Surrounded by mature trees. A tranquil setting, free of traffic sound, ample car parking and patio area. Satellite T.V and a 15 minute walk from town. Free wireless internet access. Read more

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  10. Top of the Rock Walking Tours

    Drimoleague, Cork

    Top of the Rock Walking Tours in Drimoleague, County Cork, invites visitors to join them on a seven day walking tour of the West Cork region. Read more

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