Blarney, Co. Cork

Blarney (An Bhlárna in Irish) is a village located 8 km northwest of Cork city. It is the site of Blarney Castle, home of the legendary Blarney Stone.  By kissing the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle, it is claimed that one can receive the "Gift of the Gab"

Gardens

Cedar Lodge - Garden - County Cork
Cedar Lodge
Midleton, Co. Cork
Many people will remember Neil and Sonia Williams’ excellent nursery at Carewswood, Midleton. The Williams have retired, but over 12,000 plants came with them when they moved to their new home in 1996. With a wealth of treasures to accommod ...
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Golf

Blarney Golf Club - Blarney County Cork Ireland
Blarney Golf Resort
Blarney, Co. Cork
Course Type: Parkland
Blarney Golf Resort was co-designed by one of the games most colourful and best-loved characters, two time Major winner and infamous 'big hitter' John Daly, you can be sure there will be some unique holes to play along the way. Take the 601 yard ...
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Self Catering

Selfcatering
Farran House
Farran, Co. Cork
Set in 12 acres of mature beech woodland and rhododendron gardens in the rolling hills of the Lee Valley, Patricia Wiese and John Kehely's impressive house was built in the mid-18th century, although its present elegant Italianate style only date ...
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What's On

Douglas Farmers Market - Co Cork - Saturdays
Douglas Farmers Market

Location: Douglas court shopping centre

Saturday 10am-2pm

Contact:

Rupert Hugh-Jones Tel: 086 1685312, email: rupert@rupertsfarm.com
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Tourist Attractions

Barryscourt Castle - Carrigtwohill County Cork Ireland
Barryscourt Castle
Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork
The site on which Barryscourt castle now stands has been occupied for over a thousand years - there is evidence of a wooden watermill having been built next to a stream at the site sometime in the 7th century, long before any fortification existe ...
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Wedding Venues

Wedding
Toddies Restaurant
Kinsale, Co. Cork
TODDIES HAS MOVED TO THE NEARBY BULMAN PUB - NEW NARRATIVE TO FOLLOW Pearse and Mary O’Sullivan’s buzzy downtown restaurant is above the Kinsale micro-brewery, who pump their Kinsale lager, wheat beer and stout directly up to Toddi ...
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