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Glengarriff

 

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Often called 'Ireland's Garden Haven' Glengarriff is a beautiful town at the foot of the Caha Mountains.  Offering stunning attractions including the world-famous Italianate Gardens on Garnish Island there is something for everyone to discover - and plenty of places afterwards for a great pint with local food.

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Glengarriff

This unique exotic garden in one of the most attractive in Ireland. Situated in the mild climate of Glengarriff, it contains thirty different species of bamboo surrounded by palms and other tropical plants, all amidst romantic paths and breathtaking views.
The Blue Pool Ferry operates from the Blue Pool, within the Blue Pool Amenity Area which is in the centre of Glengarriff Village, next to Quills Woolen Market and across the road from the GlenAran Irish Market and the Park Hotel.
Casey’s Hotel is located in the heart of the picturesque village of Glengarriff at the head of Bantry Bay and is dedicated to providing quality accommodation in en suite rooms, decorated to the highest standard of comfort and care, and superb dining in Casey’s A La Carte Restaurant.
Garinish Island is located in the sheltered harbour of Glengarriff and is world renowned for its gardens which include a wide variety of sub-tropical plant specimens.
Glengarriff Caravan & Camping Park is ideally situated for exploring the Beara Peninsula.
This is truly a club with a view! Glengarriff’s nine holes are in one of the loveliest settings in Ireland. The Clubhouse was opened in 1989 by the Club’s Honorary President, Dr Maureen O’Hara-Blair, the famous film star. Visitors are always welcome, and generally may play all day.
Located in the heart of Glengarriff, this newly renovated hotel offers you the unique opportunity to relax and unwind, with a range of luxurious bedrooms, superior dining in The Park Bistro or share a drink with the locals in our warm, friendly Mac Carthy’s Bar.
As its name suggests, the Glengarriff Tourism and Development Association (GTDA) provides a forum for local tourism interests to meet and discuss matters relating to the betterment of Glengarriff as a tourist destination.
Oak woods, lakes, rivers and grassland. Glengarriff Woods Nature Reserve extending to over 300ha of woodland, lakes, rivers and grassland, is located at the eastern end of the glacially deepened valley of Glengarriff in the Old Red Sandstone rock formation of South West Cork.
The Harbour Queen Ferry takes visitors to the world renowned Garinish Island and also takes in such sights as Glengarriff Castle and Seal Island for photos of seals in their natural habitat.

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