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Clonakilty Town

Clonakilty Town

Clonakilty town centre is approx. an 8 - 10 minute stroll from the hotel. You'll feel at home hin Clonakilty among the attractive traditional shop fronts and hand painted signs in English and Irish. The Post Office is housed in an old Presbyterian church and the Town Council and Library in a converted Corn Mill with the river flowing beneath. Narrow streets and lanes open into elegant squares.

It is a town of tall spires, towers and historic buildings - the brewery buildings, the mills and the quayside warehouses, telling of the town's busy trading and industrial past.

Modern day Clonakilty is know for its nightlife and pubs, which are rich in tradition and overflowing with musical talent. De Barra's is synonymous with having the best of traditional and folk music in West Cork. National and International top ranking performers regularly feature in the Folk Club.

Clonakilty is an ideal holiday destination and base from which to tour West Cork, a region blessed with some of Irelands most spectacular scenery. For more information visit http://www.clonakilty.ie

Clonakilty Farmers Market

Clonakilty Farmers Market, now in its ninth year of trading offers you a wide range of goods varying from locally porduced foods to crafts and giftware. Clonakilty is renowned as an old market town and every Friday, visitors can sample specialised local bread, fresh fish and vegetables, home baking, beautifully grown local flowers and plants, and local crafts.

Three Screen Multiplex Park Cinema

The Park Cinema offers Adults and Children alike a variety of new release films to enjoy with Dolby surround sound in their multi-plex cinema. With the latest showings every evening and matinees on the weekend, you'll find there is something everyone whatever the weather. Tel. 023 88 34141, www.theparkcinema.com .

Jungle City

Fresh from London and Edinburgh Frindge Festival, 24 brightly painted life - size animal sculptures have been installed in every nook and cranny around Clonakilty town. Jungle City is a free attraction that both children and adults will  absolutely love! They are beautifully decorated by local and international artists.  The five types of animals featured in Clonakilty Jungle City include Elephants, Tigers, Orangutans, Crocodiles and Hornbills.  these are all featured in Clonakilty Jungle City because they are endangered because they are losing their forect homes.  http://www.jungle-city.org/

Model Railway Village

The first of its kind in Ireland, visitors can experience the sights and sounds of life in West Cork during the 1940's.  The Model Village depicts in miniature, life and industry in West Cork as they were 50 years ago. The theme is enhanced by the miniature working railway. In addition to the model village, the "Tsu Tsu" - is an old style train that travels around the town at different stages during the day picking people up at the Quality Hotel & Leisure Centre, on its travels to explore the town of Clonakilty and Inchydoney. T. +353 (0)23 88 33224, www.modelvillage.ie

Clonakilty Shopping

 
Find an alternative to the high streets and visit fantastic boutiques such as "Gooseberry" and "Amnity".  Go through "Spillers Lane" and see a diverse selection of shops from surf gear to Indian spices.  Pick a unique piece of art and craft to take home from Etain Hickeys, Meadows and Byrne or Burke By Design. 
 

Clonakilty - Alive with Music

Over the years, Clonakilty has become a centre of music, both traditional and contemporary.  Live music nights are available in many of the town's bar's throughout the year.  De Barra's Folk club has been synonymous iwth the best of tradtional and folk music in West Cork, while also attracting some fantasic new contempory Irish acts, such as Mick Flannery and International acts such as Duffy.  Another place not to miss, is "An Teach Beag" with traditional muic sessions seven nights a week during July & August and on weekends for the Winter months.  Finally take a trip to Shanley's Bar which the chat is every bit as good as the music!

Other Local Attractions in the West Cork area include;

  • Michael Collins Birthplace near Lissavaird on Route to Rosscarbery – Sams Cross
  • Site of Ambush of Michael Collins at Kilmichael & mBeal na Blath – the site of his killing.
  • Numberous beachs such as Inchydoney, the Warren, Dunworley and many other hidden coves
  • Argideen Heritage Centre – whose centre is based on the life of Michael Collins
  • Lough Hyne (Europe's largest salt water lake)
  • Mizen Head (Ireland's most southerly point)
  • Dursey Island (accessed by the only operating cable car in Ireland) - Schull Planetarium (Ireland's only planetarium)

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