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A stylish, cosy locale, Star Anise is a 35-seater restaurant that serves Mediterranean and contemporary French cuisine. Located in the heart of Cork City, it also caters for private and corporate functions.
Ferry services to Long Island.
For a unique experience in Cork City, visit the Franciscan Well Brewery and Brew Pub. Located on the site of an old Franciscan monastery, the brewery offers classic beer styles and the pub is the perfect place to enjoy them.
Coolavokig Pottery of Macroom, County Cork exclusively produces wood fired stoneware ceramics including one off sculptures, kitchenware and pieces to decorate the home.
Experience bygone days in Cork, both inside and outside prison walls, and also discover the impact radio has had since its invention at the Cork City Gaol and Radio Museum Experience.Located within earshot of the famous Bells of Shandon.
The MV Thresher ferry departs from Cunnamore Pier between Ballydehob and Skibbereen, Co. Cork. Daily, year-round.
Shepperton Lakes are located 3 miles east from Skibbereen, West Cork. They hold a good stock of wild brown trout and rainbow trout are stocked regularly to maintain a high stock density worth-while angling returns.
Midleton Farmers Market is held every Saturday in Midleton, County Cork. It sells fresh local produce, homemade cakes and breads and much more and is always accompanied by local musicians. It holds various tasting events throughout the year.
Keane’s Jewellers of Oliver Plunkett Street, Cork city carries a prestigious range of diamond jewellery as well as watch brands such as Gucci and Tag Heuer.
The walk begins at the junction east side of Sullivan’s pub, Ballinakilla, and continues towards Rerrin Village, passing the Gallán standing stone on the right, and the Martello Tower on Ardagh Hill on the left.
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