Tracy's Guidebook

Tracy
Tracy's Guidebook

Food Scene

Fresh fruit and vegetables you can't go wrong here. Lots of different stalls from savory to sweet. From Pizzas to cakes. All freshly made with the finest ingredients. There have a book stand to amazing arts and crafts. Also you will see places to sit and drink teas and coffees to chat amongst the locals. They have music sometimes. It's a real gem in the village. Every second Saturday from 1030 to 1. 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 Pizzas to cakes. All freshly made with the finest ingredients. There have a book stand to amazing arts and crafts. Also you will see places to sit and drink teas and coffees to chat amongst the locals. They have music sometimes. It's a real gem in the village. Every second Saturday from 1030 to 1. 5 min walk from 'The Temple'
The take aways are really good here. Kebab House for its Kebabs, pizzas and burgers. The food is really gorgeous. Only 3 mins by car. You also a have a fantastic Chinese here called the Great Wall. A lovely choice of takeaway. There is a mini market and a garage also for your convenience.
Castletownroche
The take aways are really good here. Kebab House for its Kebabs, pizzas and burgers. The food is really gorgeous. Only 3 mins by car. You also a have a fantastic Chinese here called the Great Wall. A lovely choice of takeaway. There is a mini market and a garage also for your convenience.
Mallow town is great and has everything you need. Only 8 mins away by car. You will be spoilt for choice. If you need something Mallow has it.
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Mallow
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Mallow town is great and has everything you need. Only 8 mins away by car. You will be spoilt for choice. If you need something Mallow has it.
Food Capers is at the end of town across from Paddy Powers. There is a great selection here for lunch. They have a choice from savory to sweet and both are lovely.
Food Capers
Food Capers is at the end of town across from Paddy Powers. There is a great selection here for lunch. They have a choice from savory to sweet and both are lovely.

Religious

This is the home of Nano Nagle in Killavullen. 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. They have a small gift shop which supports their mission. The views are amazing and the donkeys are always glad of a carrot or apple. 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 Killavullen. 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. They have a small gift shop which supports their mission. The views are amazing and the donkeys are always glad of a carrot or apple. There is a beautiful walk around the river and it leads back to the village of Killavullen. A must visit when staying.

Pub

It's a lovely bar and has a really quirky outdoor space. Just 2 min walk from 'The Temple'.
The Haven Bar
Main Street
It's a lovely bar and has a really quirky outdoor space. Just 2 min walk from 'The Temple'.
This cosy little bar is in castletownroche. you can watch a good match here and the owners are lovely. A real feel good atmosphere. This place is only 5 mins by car.
The Rock Forest Bar
This cosy little bar is in castletownroche. you can watch a good match here and the owners are lovely. A real feel good atmosphere. This place is only 5 mins by car.

Sightseeing

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.
The first castle in Mallow was built on the instructions of King John in 1185. In 1282, it came into the possession of the Earls of Desmond. Following the Geraldine Wars, the estate was confiscated by Elizabeth I, who granted it to Sir Thomas Norrey along with the Lordship of Mallow and 6,000 acres (2,400 ha) of surrounding country. The Desmond Castle, as it was known, fell into such bad repair that in 1585 a new castle was constructed on the same site. The fortified house dates from the 16th century and is believed to have been built by Sir Thomas Norreys, Lord President of Munster, who died in 1599. Following his death, his daughter Elizabeth and her husband Sir John Jephson inherited the house, with their family remaining in Mallow for almost 400 years. It was placed under siege by Richard Butler, 3rd Viscount Mountgarret, in 1642 during the Irish Confederate Wars and did not fall. It was captured in 1645 by James Tuchet, 3rd Earl of Castlehaven. The house was badly damaged by fire during the Williamite War and subsequently abandoned by the Jephsons.The Jephsons built the new mansion house on the site of the older castle's stable block.
Mallow Castle(Caisleán Mala)
The first castle in Mallow was built on the instructions of King John in 1185. In 1282, it came into the possession of the Earls of Desmond. Following the Geraldine Wars, the estate was confiscated by Elizabeth I, who granted it to Sir Thomas Norrey along with the Lordship of Mallow and 6,000 acres (2,400 ha) of surrounding country. The Desmond Castle, as it was known, fell into such bad repair that in 1585 a new castle was constructed on the same site. The fortified house dates from the 16th century and is believed to have been built by Sir Thomas Norreys, Lord President of Munster, who died in 1599. Following his death, his daughter Elizabeth and her husband Sir John Jephson inherited the house, with their family remaining in Mallow for almost 400 years. It was placed under siege by Richard Butler, 3rd Viscount Mountgarret, in 1642 during the Irish Confederate Wars and did not fall. It was captured in 1645 by James Tuchet, 3rd Earl of Castlehaven. The house was badly damaged by fire during the Williamite War and subsequently abandoned by the Jephsons.The Jephsons built the new mansion house on the site of the older castle's stable block.
Blarney Castle is just 29mins from 'The Temple'. Built nearly six hundred years ago by one of Ireland’s greatest chieftans, Cormac MacCarthy, and has been attracting attention ever since. Over the last few hundred years, millions have flocked to Blarney making it a world landmark and one of Ireland’s greatest treasures. Now that might have something to do with the Blarney Stone, the legendary Stone of Eloquence, found at the top of our tower. Kiss it and you’ll never again be the same. They say you will get the 'gift of the gab'. A great place for a walk truly magnificent scenery.
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Blarney Castle
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Blarney Castle is just 29mins from 'The Temple'. Built nearly six hundred years ago by one of Ireland’s greatest chieftans, Cormac MacCarthy, and has been attracting attention ever since. Over the last few hundred years, millions have flocked to Blarney making it a world landmark and one of Ireland’s greatest treasures. Now that might have something to do with the Blarney Stone, the legendary Stone of Eloquence, found at the top of our tower. Kiss it and you’ll never again be the same. They say you will get the 'gift of the gab'. A great place for a walk truly magnificent scenery.