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  1. Drishane House

    Castletownshend, Cork

    Drishane House, built 1780, weatherslated and graceful, the ancestral home of the Somervilles; Edith Somerville (of Somerville and Ross) lived there. The house is set in 18 acres of gardens and woods above Castlehaven bay. Read more

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  2. Red Abbey

    Cork City, Cork

    Dating from the Middle Ages, the Red Abbey is a National Monument and the oldest structure in Cork City. The square tower was once part of an Augustinian abbey. Read more

  3. Woodford Bourne Warehouse

    Cork City, Cork

    Woodford Bourne & Co traded in Cork city for over 250 years. The warehouse was the hub of the companies bottling, storage and distribution operations supplying four shops in Cork and one in Limerick. Read more

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  4. The Pavilion Garden Centre Café

    Ballygarvan, Cork

    Whether it is a gift for a friend or just a really tasty home made lunch, you will always find something at The Pavilion that will give you a feeling of comfort and delight. Read more

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  5. Liscarroll Castle

    Liscarroll, Cork

    Liscarroll Castle was built in the 13th century by the De Barrys, possibly by David Og de Barry. The Castle is a large square in shape with rounded turrets at each corner. It is located in Liscarroll, County Cork. Read more

  6. Crosshaven House

    Crosshaven, Cork

    Crosshaven House is an 18th century Country House in the centre of Crosshaven. Built in the Palladian style in 1750, this fine cut limestone ashlar building has a 3-storey central block with two detached pavilions to east and west. Read more

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  7. Mill Cove Sculpture Gardens

    Castletownbere, Cork

    An extensive 16-hectare property with more than 40 works of art, the Mill Cove Sculpture Gardens are located on the Beara Peninsula in County Cork. The gardens are open throughout the year (October to March by appointment). Read more

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  8. Elizabeth Fort

    Cork City, Cork

    Built in the late 16th Century and converted into a prison in 1835. A portion of the fort is open to the public, and commands fine views of the city from its walls.
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  9. Cobh Museum

    Cobh, Cork

    Cobh Museum is housed in the former Presbyterian Church overlooking Cork harbour. It displays exhibits on almost two centuries of life on Cork's Great Island. Read more

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  10. Blackwater Castle

    Castletownroche, Cork

    Welcome to Blackwater Castle, a 12th century castle located in the south of the Ballyhoura Region and the heart of the Blackwater Valley, in the award winning village of Castletownroche. Read more

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