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#4 of 13 things to do in Rosscarbery
... an array of sea birds to identify along the way.... a very pleasant interior with fireplace, friendly staff and very clean loos..... well done- but do change that very off putting sign on the door re children’...
We are quickly settled in by the fire with a lovely creamy pint of Guinness and complimentary sambos from Dennis.
#5 of 13 things to do in Rosscarbery
The weather was great which helped but its such a lovely setting - we walked up the hill walk on the left hand side of beach towards Owenahincha beach.
Perfect for Nature lovers and walkers.Toilets available.Car park.

Cork Whale Watch

Union Hall 6.5 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Union Hall
A great trip, very informative and we saw lots of whales (minke and humpback), common dolphins, harbour porpoises, grey and common seals, basking sharks, guillemots, razorbills, great skua, shearwater and many typ...
It's well worth taking a trip to support Cork Whale Watch in their work and at the same time get to experience some of the wonders of our oceans, whether whales, dolphins, seals, seabirds or spectacular rock forma...

Inchydoney Beach

Clonakilty 7.6 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Clonakilty
Stayed at Inchydoney Hotel which has perfect access to this beach - very spacious lots of sand, great waves for surfing, fantastic for kids or if u want a lovely walk along the sea and if you get the sun perfect f...
From start to finish everything about this hotel I loved ...the views are amazing overlooking the beautiful wild Atlantic way , staff are excellent , food is amazing , spa is a fantastic place to chill..I can hone...
#14 of 14 things to do in Clonakilty
The whole experience was great fun and very informative and thanks to our hosts Mary & Debbie who were excellent and took great care to ensure we enjoyed the whole experience.
Brilliant experience, nice quick tour giving an overview of the distilling process and the local tradition of brewing and distilling in the area too.
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Drombeg Stone Circle

Skibbereen 2.4 mi away
#3 of 20 things to do in Skibbereen
Drombeg Stone Circle is one of the absolute must-sees of County Cork - a perfectly well-preserved Bronze Age monument, like a small edition of Stonehenge.
A misty morning helped make the mysterious atmosphere of this place, just a short walk from the car parking area, as you ponder alone the people who made the circle, its real usage (I think a cremation was once fo...
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An Teach Beag

Clonakilty 7.0 mi away
#14 of 14 things to do in Clonakilty
The evening began as a traditional Irish musical night, but ended up as a giant sing sing-a -long, with music by traditional Irish music mixed with North American 60's.
It’s small but that made it more cozy.

Flavour ie

Clonakilty 7.1 mi away
#14 of 14 things to do in Clonakilty
Thoroughly enjoyed my foodie walk around Clonakilty. Informative, great value and lots of different foods to try: ice-cream, sausages, black pudding, chocolate, bread, cake, beer and more (not all at the same time...
Kate was the perfect guide - so bubbly and engaginf, so knowledgeable about the food craft in the area, the stories behind the food were so interesting and the local producers were all lovely!