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Ballyhooly Castle and Castleblagh Woods

Ballyhooly, Fermoy, Ireland
+353 21 427 3251
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Accessible woodland Walk

These are not the most unusual or attractive of woodlands, but the walks through them are enjoyable.

Reviewed 2 April 2013
Powerpix
,
Cork
peaceful retreat

peaceful and restful in historic surroundings close to the lovely village of Ballyhooly

Reviewed 1 April 2012
boodles123
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cork
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2 Apr 2013
“Accessible woodland Walk”
1 Apr 2012
“peaceful retreat”
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Ballyhooly, Fermoy, Ireland
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+353 21 427 3251
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Reviewed 2 April 2013

These are not the most unusual or attractive of woodlands, but the walks through them are enjoyable.

3  Thank Powerpix
Reviewed 1 April 2012

peaceful and restful in historic surroundings close to the lovely village of Ballyhooly

2  Thank boodles123
Reviewed 6 August 2008

This area was included in an EEC environmental study in the nineties and proved to have the cleanest air in Europe. The castle overlooking the river is quite picturesque and the nearby woods offer pleasant walks. Further south beyond the woods stands the Nagle Mountains....More

15  Thank Beecher82
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