Quality Hotel & Leisure Centre
Phone: (353) 23 8836400
Fax: (353) 23 8835404
Skibbereen Road, Clonakilty, IE
- Phone: (353) 23 8836400
- Fax: (353) 23 8835404
Just a few miles south of Cork is Timoleague, a small town that got its name from the Irish words 'Tigh Molaga' which when translated means 'House of Molaga'. Saint Molaga was supposed to have got bee keeping and honey making here and this industry lives on till date. The town primarily survives on agriculture and tourism based revenue. Each August sees thousands of visitors flock here for the internationally renowned Timoleague Harvest Festival. For further details contact at +353 21 427 6891.
Located on Ireland's southwest coast in County Cork, this pretty little seaside community is anything but sleepy, hosting a variety of attractions. Whether wooed by the breath-taking natural beauty of its surroundings, its impressive history, or its unique festivals, including its well-known storytelling festival, visitors to Courtmacsherry are sure to have their travel bug satiated.
Nestled between mountains, this West Cork town is best known as the birthplace of football star Sam Maguire. Aside from being a sports fan mecca, Dunmanway offers a variety of other appealing attractions, including the Ballabuidhe Races and Horse Fair.
Skibbereen is a little town which is located in the heart of West Cork and is about a 90min drive away from Cork. A town surrounded by natural beauty and enchanting scenery, it also is the hub of many outdoor activities offering opportunities for sporting as well as leisure activities. It is a golfing haven for many as well as is for the die-hard angling fans who keep coming back to the banks of the River Ilen. One thing that is found in plenty in Skibbereen, is the infectious fun and cheer that the locals are always bubbling with. One proof of that is the famous Taste of West Cork Food Festival; an annual celebration of the local cuisine and loads of fun. Local attractions include The Skibbereen Heritage Centre and the Creagh Gardens among the others. Explore the marine abundance along this coastal town. There is no dearth of dining options in here, after all it is the mecca of great traditional Irish food.