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Situated at the end of a long and gently curving driveway, Brideweir is an excellent example of a nineteenth century glebe-house. Brideweir is without doubt of significant historical, architectural, scientific and aesthetic interest to the locality.
At Ahakista in County Cork is a memorial garden and sundial, sculpted by Cork sculptor Ken Thompson, in memory of the victims of the 1985 Air India disaster.
Mass Rocks are found throughout Ireland, they were used in Penal times during the 17th century to celebrate mass at a time when doing so was illegal. This Mass Rock in Blarney, County Cork, is a particularly good example.
Enibas Jewellery collection was first launched by Sabine Lens in 1993. She and husband Len now run two shops in West Cork, one in Schull that also houses the design studio and workshop, and the other in Kinsale.
Robbie’s Bike Shop is a family run shop that rent and sells bicycles. They are located in Carrigaline, County Cork. They have many years experience with mountain biking, road biking, tri events and servicing.
South Coast Charter Angling offer full day and evening angling trips around Youghal, County Cork.
Modern and comfortable with views of the River Lee, Riverview Restaurant is found at The Gresham Metropole Hotel in Cork City. The restaurant serves breakfast and dinner daily.
Cadogan's Strand is located close to Schull Town in County Cork. It is a sheltered and safe location for most recreational activities.
Glebe Gardens are located in Baltimore, County Cork along with the renowned Glebe Café. The Gardens are composed of different areas, with produce being used in the café to prepare meals.
The Cathedral Church of St Fachtna is located in Rosscarbery, in the western part of County Cork. It is found on a site where its namesake established a monastic school in the 6th century. The present building dates from 1612.
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