Bere Island

  1. Bere Island Holiday Home

    Bere Island, Cork

    For a unique holiday in County Cork, travellers can stay on Bere Island. At Bere Island Holiday Home they will find a spacious, architect-designed home perfect for families and groups. Read more

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  2. Bere Island Slí na Sláinte

    Bere Island, Cork

    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. Read more

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  3. Bere Island

    Bere Island, Cork

    A warm West Cork welcome awaits visitors to Bere Island. Lying at the entrance to the magnificent Bantry Bay and guarding the deep water harbour of Berehaven, in West Cork, this Island is renowned for its rich natural and cultural heritage. Read more

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  4. Bere Island Heritage Centre

    Bere Island, Cork

    Built in 1857, the Ballinakilla Old School building has been beautifully renovated and is now the Bere Island Heritage Centre. It hosts a permanent exhibition on the unique history and lifestyle of Bere Island as well as temporary themed exhibitions. Read more

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  5. Lawrence Cove Marina

    Bere Island, Cork

    Lawrence Cove Marina is the only marina between Kinsale and Dingle. It is a family run private marina. It is protected in all weathers and is an ideal place to leave your boat. It provides a winter storage facility on shore and afloat. Read more

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  6. Bere Island Lodge

    Bere Island, Cork

    Bere Island Lodge is a beautiful approved B&B, which was specially built with guests in mind. Ideally located in Rerrin Village in the harbour of Lawrence Cove. Cafe, shop, pub and gift shop all in the vacinity. Read more

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