Tracy's Guidebook

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Tracy's Guidebook

Sightseeing
This castle is special and unique. it'sgot great character and if you like architectureyou will be intrigued by this building of fineness. Discover its beauty and history amongst is acres of ground.
Carrigacunna Castle
This castle is special and unique. it'sgot great character and if you like architectureyou will be intrigued by this building of fineness. Discover its beauty and history amongst is acres of ground.
Beautiful forest trail and great views. Ideal for any traveller seeking new adventures in scenery. Hiking, picnics, time out. All that and more can be found here. Just a 10 min walk or 2 mins by car from The Temple studio. Through village past community hall on left. At top of the hill rounding bend its just on your right. parking available off road. enjoy Category: Hiking Difficulty: Moderate Starting from the graveyard car park, proceed uphill to the forest entrance at the bend in the road. Follow the purple arrow onto a leafy woodland path. This is a segment of the Blackwater Way, marked with yellow arrows and the ‘trekking man’ logo. After 300m you reach an uphill path on your left. This is where your loop will rejoin the woodland path on your return journey. Continue straight at this junction. Follow the woodland path for another 200m to where the Blackwater Way turns right onto a downhill path. You veer left here, following the purple arrows which will guide you around the remainder of the loop. Continue to follow this path for a further 400m to exit onto a forest track where you turn left. Continue along the forest track until you reach a T junction, at which you turn right and begin the ascent toward Corran Mountain. As you ascend, views of the Avondhu region and the Boggeragh Mountains open up on your right. After 3km, the loop reaches its highest point (400m) where a forestry track which leads uphill to the summit of Corran and a metal mast diverges from your current path. Continue straight here. The loop now begins to descend, gently for the first 1km, to reach a grassy track on the left near a right bend. Turn left onto the grassy track and follow it along the edge of the forestry (on your right) for 600m to reach a narrow woodland path going downhill to your right. Take this path for a brief 200m to exit again onto a forest track where you turn left. The loop continues its gentle descent, with good views of the Blackwater Valley opening up in front and to your right. After almost 3km, you reach a ‘crossroads’ of forestry tracks at which you turn left. The loop ascends briefly before turning right into woodland and then following a series of paths downhill to eventually reach a wooden-log barrier. Turn right here and enjoy the remaining journey back to the trailhead. Points of Interest Killavullen
Killavullen Loop Forest Recreational Area
Beautiful forest trail and great views. Ideal for any traveller seeking new adventures in scenery. Hiking, picnics, time out. All that and more can be found here. Just a 10 min walk or 2 mins by car from The Temple studio. Through village past community hall on left. At top of the hill rounding bend its just on your right. parking available off road. enjoy Category: Hiking Difficulty: Moderate Starting from the graveyard car park, proceed uphill to the forest entrance at the bend in the road. Follow the purple arrow onto a leafy woodland path. This is a segment of the Blackwater Way, marked with yellow arrows and the ‘trekking man’ logo. After 300m you reach an uphill path on your left. This is where your loop will rejoin the woodland path on your return journey. Continue straight at this junction. Follow the woodland path for another 200m to where the Blackwater Way turns right onto a downhill path. You veer left here, following the purple arrows which will guide you around the remainder of the loop. Continue to follow this path for a further 400m to exit onto a forest track where you turn left. Continue along the forest track until you reach a T junction, at which you turn right and begin the ascent toward Corran Mountain. As you ascend, views of the Avondhu region and the Boggeragh Mountains open up on your right. After 3km, the loop reaches its highest point (400m) where a forestry track which leads uphill to the summit of Corran and a metal mast diverges from your current path. Continue straight here. The loop now begins to descend, gently for the first 1km, to reach a grassy track on the left near a right bend. Turn left onto the grassy track and follow it along the edge of the forestry (on your right) for 600m to reach a narrow woodland path going downhill to your right. Take this path for a brief 200m to exit again onto a forest track where you turn left. The loop continues its gentle descent, with good views of the Blackwater Valley opening up in front and to your right. After almost 3km, you reach a ‘crossroads’ of forestry tracks at which you turn left. The loop ascends briefly before turning right into woodland and then following a series of paths downhill to eventually reach a wooden-log barrier. Turn right here and enjoy the remaining journey back to the trailhead. Points of Interest Killavullen
This place is just down the road and they now have a complete loop for walkers runners cyclis. You can enjoy a walk by the river or stop for a break with Park benches at your feet. There are picnic tables as you enter. You can take a walk around for free and look at the old Castle and outer buildings. keep a check on events that pop up from time to time. Events they run here are for staged artists. lots of variety of different talents but you must google in advance so you can book and not be disappointed.
Mallow Castle
This place is just down the road and they now have a complete loop for walkers runners cyclis. You can enjoy a walk by the river or stop for a break with Park benches at your feet. There are picnic tables as you enter. You can take a walk around for free and look at the old Castle and outer buildings. keep a check on events that pop up from time to time. Events they run here are for staged artists. lots of variety of different talents but you must google in advance so you can book and not be disappointed.
A stunning place to visit and is steeped in history. A lively little village only 20 mins away from 'The Temple'. It is said that the Blarney stone was originally the stone of Jacob from the Book of Genesis and was brought to Ireland by the Prophet Jeremiah. The stone was first used in Ireland as an oracular throne and would become known as the Lia Fail or 'fatal stone.
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Blarney Castle
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A stunning place to visit and is steeped in history. A lively little village only 20 mins away from 'The Temple'. It is said that the Blarney stone was originally the stone of Jacob from the Book of Genesis and was brought to Ireland by the Prophet Jeremiah. The stone was first used in Ireland as an oracular throne and would become known as the Lia Fail or 'fatal stone.
Food Scene
Fresh fruit and vegetables you can't go wrong here. Lots of different stalls from savory to sweet. From burgers to cakes. All freshly made with the finest ingredients. There is book stands to amazing arts and crafts found here. Also you will see places to sit and drink teas and coffees to chat amongst the locals. I love this place. Every second Saturday from 1030 to 2. 5 min walk from 'The Temple'
Killavullen Farmers' Market
Fresh fruit and vegetables you can't go wrong here. Lots of different stalls from savory to sweet. From burgers to cakes. All freshly made with the finest ingredients. There is book stands to amazing arts and crafts found here. Also you will see places to sit and drink teas and coffees to chat amongst the locals. I love this place. Every second Saturday from 1030 to 2. 5 min walk from 'The Temple'
The food is amazing here in Killavullen. Just order any item you won't be disappointed. Just yummy. 1 min walk from 'The Temple' Studio.
Snack & Go
The food is amazing here in Killavullen. Just order any item you won't be disappointed. Just yummy. 1 min walk from 'The Temple' Studio.
Religious
This is the home of Nano Nagle in Kilkavullen. This place you can go to see and it has a very calming atmosphere when you arrive. There is a place for prayer make sure to sign in when arriving and leaving. The views are amazing and the donkeys are always glad of a carrot. There is a beautiful walk around the river and it leads back to the village of Killavullen. A must visit when staying.
Nano Nagle Centre
This is the home of Nano Nagle in Kilkavullen. This place you can go to see and it has a very calming atmosphere when you arrive. There is a place for prayer make sure to sign in when arriving and leaving. The views are amazing and the donkeys are always glad of a carrot. There is a beautiful walk around the river and it leads back to the village of Killavullen. A must visit when staying.
Capers
This is at the end of town towards DairyGold. Family run business. Really great food here. You can get anything here. Really great choice. Highly recommend. Indoor and outdoor seating. Matty the owner is always welcoming.
Mallow town is great and has everything you need. Only 8 mins away. You will be spoilt for choice. If you need something they've got it.
Mallow
Mallow town is great and has everything you need. Only 8 mins away. You will be spoilt for choice. If you need something they've got it.
This is really a wonderful place for a walk or to enjoy lunch or picnic on the grounds. Many beautiful sights and wildlife to see here. It'snice to feed them too. It's free to enter also.
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Doneraile Wildlife Park
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This is really a wonderful place for a walk or to enjoy lunch or picnic on the grounds. Many beautiful sights and wildlife to see here. It'snice to feed them too. It's free to enter also.
Pub
It's a lovely bar and has a really quirky outdoor space. Just 2 mins from 'The Temple'.
The Haven Bar
It's a lovely bar and has a really quirky outdoor space. Just 2 mins from 'The Temple'.
The Killavullen Caves are limestone caves near the village of Killavullen in County Cork, Ireland. They are situated on the south bank of the River Blackwater at Killavullen Bridge. Killavullen Caves Some of them were inhabited when Irish antiquary Thomas Crofton Croker visited in the early 19th century: "...the road winds round a mass of steep limestone rock, in which are natural caverns, used as habitations by the peasantry.
Killavullen
The Killavullen Caves are limestone caves near the village of Killavullen in County Cork, Ireland. They are situated on the south bank of the River Blackwater at Killavullen Bridge. Killavullen Caves Some of them were inhabited when Irish antiquary Thomas Crofton Croker visited in the early 19th century: "...the road winds round a mass of steep limestone rock, in which are natural caverns, used as habitations by the peasantry.