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KoKo Chocolate situated on Kinsale's main Pier, is home to lovingly produced artisan chocolate, handmade right here using the finest sourced ingredients. Coffee, Hot Chocolate & Chocolate Shots to go.
Anam Cara Writer's and Artist's Retreat is a year round retreat in Eyeries, County Cork, for writers and artists overlooking Coulagh Bay and the mountains and farmlands of the subtropical Beara Peninsula in West Cork.
The Bike Shed is located in Cork City, County Cork. It offers long and short term bike rental, bike sales and bike repairs and servicing. Self guided or guided bicycle tours are available.
Con and Maura's Bar Clonakilty is an old time bar with trad music on Thursday's. Conveniently located in the centre of Clonakilty town.
Inniscarra Dam was constructed in the 1950s as part of the Lee Valley Hydro-electric scheme. The Dam is located west of Ballincollig just off the northern R.618 route to Coachford and Macroom.
The River Shournagh joins the Lee at Leemount Bridge in Carrigrohane, County Cork. It holds a good stock of brown trout up to 9 inches. Much of the river is overgrown but there are clear areas where fly fishing can take place.
Choose from a range of options including the Kingfisher Bar and adjoining conservatory lounge where food is served daily from 12.30pm – 9.00pm. Breakfast and dinner are served in Druid's Restaurant. Private dining is also available. Only the freshest local produce is used in the dishes.
Offering an extensive menu specialising in local produce.
Lough Bofinne is three miles east of Bantry in County Cork and is regularly stocked with adult rainbow trout. It is an attractive 25 acre, clear water lake where anglers can also find the occasional pike, perch, eels and rudd.
Located just steps from the famous castle in Blarney, County Cork, Blarney House dates back to 1874. It is surrounded by an expanse of parkland with rare trees, formal gardens, manicured lawns, rose beds and more.
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€300 (7 Nights self-catering)
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