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  1. Blair's Inn

    Blarney, Cork

    Widely known for good food, Blair’s Inn is located in Blarney, County cork. Warm coal fires flicker in the wooden interior of the bars during winter. In summer, Blair’s Inn is renowned for its spectacular floral displays. Read more

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  2. The Original Blarney Stone Restaurant

    Blarney, Cork

    Visit The Original Blarney Stone Restaurant for some genuine Irish cuisine. Read more

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  3. The Erin Giftstore

    Blarney, Cork

    The Erin Giftstore in Blarney, County Cork specialises in quality Irish knitwear, giftware, pottery, jewellery and souvenirs. Read more

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  4. Blarney Woollen Mills

    Blarney, Cork

    With five locations across Ireland, including the successful Blarney location just outside Cork City, Blarney Woollen Mills offers an essential Irish shopping experience. Read more

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  5. The Mill Restaurant

    Blarney, Cork

    The Mill is an award winning restaurant located in Blarney Woollen Mills Hotel, County Cork. It is bright and airy and the food is prepared using fresh, local ingredients. Read more

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  6. Mass Rock Blarney

    Blarney, Cork

    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. Read more

  7. Waterloo Round Tower

    Blarney, Cork

    The Round Tower at Waterloo, just outside Blarney, is a curious folly built in the mid 19th Century by Father Matt Horgan, then parish priest of Blarney. Read more

  8. Owennageragh River

    Blarney, Cork

    The Owennageragh River joins the Shournagh west of Blarney in County Cork. It holds a good stock of brown trout, and the fishing is regarded as free. Read more

  9. River Martin

    Blarney, Cork

    The River Martin flows through Blarney in County Cork to join the River Shournagh, a tributary of the Lee. It holds stocks of brown trout that average about 4 oz. Read more

  10. Church of the Resurrection Blarney

    Blarney, Cork

    The Church of the Resurrection in Blarney, County Cork was built in 1776 and is the oldest building still in use on The Square, in the centre of town. The house of worship, which belongs to the Church of Ireland, features fine stained glass windows. Read more

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