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Known colloquially as the "Rebel County", Cork is located in South Western Ireland and is well known as Ireland's largest county. As its most important town, Cork city is historic and steeped in folklore. The city is built on an island in the River Lee. Glengariff is a quiet and scenic town located in Bantry Bay and is one of the ancient areas of Ireland once frequented by Wordsworth and Thackery. It is a coastal and riverine paradise. The port of Cobh is famous as the last port of call of the Titanic. The Arigideen River Valley is an important historic attraction for tourists as it is rich in Irish folklore and abounds with stories about Michael Collins, William Penn and Jeremiah O' Donovan Rossa. The Ballincollig Gunpowder Mills Heritage Centre can be found adjacent to the River Lee in County Cork and date back to 1794. During the conflict with Napoleon the British bought the mills and established a barracks to protect the gunpowder supply. Blarney Castle is an Irish landmark built in 1446 by the MacCarthy family and is among the strongest fortresses in Munster. The Cork Mid-Summer Festival is popular during the summer months and the International Festival of Food in Kinsale is enjoyed by food lovers from all over Europe. Cork is a coastal county which offers beautiful beaches for hiking and wonderful natural scenery for picture taking or sketching. Beach visits makes ideal family day trips and the stunning Irish coastline does not disappoint those in search of its rustic heritage.
Holiday Letting in Cork for Your Short Break
Cork is one of Europe's most sought after tourist destinations as the area is steeped in legend and contains tremendous scenic beauty. Holiday houses in Cork are equally charming and fully furnished with comfortable, modern furniture and fully fitted kitchens for meal preparation. Cork County is considered contemporary and fashionable and one of the most popular tourists haunts in Europe. At the same time, the area remains historically important and it is here that myth and legend abound. Holiday cottages in Cork country offer visitors a home away from home with spacious living and sleeping areas and outdoor areas for relaxation and entertainment. In Cork County visitors can ring the Shandon Bells in St. Anne's church and legend has it that kissing the "Blarney Stone", located on the parapet of the castle, will endow you with eternal eloquence. Holiday apartments in Cork are perfect for honeymoon getaways or short stays for mature couples and provide every modern convenience with the ease of a low maintenance living space. Holiday condos in Cork County offer first class modern self-catering accommodation which is tastefully furnished and offers good access to banks, supermarkets and restaurants. Holiday villas in Cork are rustic and spacious and provide large entertainment areas for family groups or tour groups that enjoy socialising and preparing meals together. Cork is famous as the port from which many Irish nationals immigrated to areas like South Africa, New Zealand and the U.S. and the area attracts visitors with ancestry from the county.
Best time to Enjoy Cork County
Spacious, fully furnished holiday homes in Cork offer the ideal summer holiday living space for family holidays in Cork County. At Mizen Vision visitors can enjoy the Cork coastline complete with viewpoints 700 metres above sea level at the signal station. It is Ireland's southernmost point. Holiday houses in Cork are centrally located and place visitors in close proximity to important landmarks and attractions. Holiday lettings offer stylish, modern and spacious rooms which are fully equipped for entertainment and social activities during school holidays in Cork. Summer holiday activities on offer in Cork County include a day out with Ballyass Lakes Activity and Fishing Centre where enthusiasts can fish for trout, build a raft or go kayaking on the lake. In season, whales visit west Cork. During the winter the area is quieter but there is still plenty to enjoy from holiday homes in Cork in the form of churches and monuments to visit or the opera house at Emmet Place. Indoor go-karting will entertain the kids at Kartmania. Fine restaurants provide warming and traditional foods, as well as more modern cuisine. When reserving holiday apartments in the area trust Owners Direct safe bookings to ensure your personal particulars and financial information are secure.