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Found in Bantry, County Cork, Bantry House boasts a collection of art treasures as well as splendid gardens that date back to the 1850s. After many years of neglect, the gardens have been restored to their former glory.
Walking along the coast as well as circling the hillsides beyond Allihies and Ballydonegan. It takes you on minor road, coastline and hillside tracks, passing through an area dotted with disused mine sites.
Geary Angling Services And Tackle Supplies based in Cobh, County Cork, offers angling and sea life tours in the popular fishing area of Cork harbour.
The ruined castle overlooking Baltimore Harbour, was a holding of the O'Driscolls, who were one of the most important clans in West Cork.
Kinsale Crystal in County Cork, south west Ireland sells a range of deep cut crystal pieces and offers a personalised engraving service.
With a restaurant, cafe and shop, Nash 19 is a must-visit for any gastronome. Located in the heart of Cork City's business district, Nash 19 focuses on using local and artisan ingredients on its always changing menu.
Visit this unique star-shaped military fortress that has stood guard over Kinsale harbour for over three hundred years.
Baltimore yacht charters based in West Cork, specialise in day and half day sailing trips, sailing lessons, yacht charter, hens/stags, corporate outings, team building, whale and dolphin spotting trips plus day, weekend and weekly cruises.
The Abbey Bar is a traditional family run pub in the heart of scenic Rosscarbery. The open fire, unique bar counter and a display of plates from across the globe all add to the character of the pub. Live music in the bar on Saturday nights from 10pm
Lemon Leaf Cafe, situated on Main Street Kinsale, is widely known for it's great fresh food recommended by Lucinda O'Sullivan and Trip Advisor, it is a popular spot for visitors and locals alike. Open from 8.30am 7 days for breakfast, lunch & snacks.
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