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  Glengarriff - LoveToKnow 1911
GLENGARRIFF, or Glengariff ("Rough Glen"), a celebrated resort of tourists in summer and invalids in winter, in the west riding of county Cork, Ireland, on Glengarriff Harbour, an inlet on the northern side of Bantry Bay, 11 m.
Beyond its hotels, Glengarriff is only a small village, but the islandstudded harbour, the narrow glen at its head and the surrounding 1 Sir S. Walpole (History of England, vol.
The glaciated rocks of the glen are clothed with vegetation of peculiar luxuriance, flourishing in the mild climate which has given Glengarriff its high reputation as a health resort for those suffering from pulmonary complaints.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Glengarriff   (184 words)

  
 Glengarriff
Glengarriff is a beautiful sea-side village, whose climate gets the full benefit of the Gulf Stream as seals bask on the rocks in the summer sunshine
Glengarriff is also the gateway to the Beara Peninsula.
Glengarriff is also a fisherman's paradise as boats are available for sea-angling, while lake and shore fishing is possible in the area.
www.westcorktravel.com /Towns/Glengarriff.htm   (179 words)

  
 Dalewood Holiday Homes Glengarriff West Cork   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Glengarriff —An Gleann Garbh (the rugged glen) is a name derived from the rugged beauty of the mountains and wooded valleys surrounding the village.
Glengarriff village is situated overlooking a sheltered harbour and Garnish Island, otherwise known as “Illuaculin” Ireland’s most outstanding garden island with its internationally famous collection of plants and is world renowned for its Italian Gardens.
Glengarriff is a gateway to the Ring of Kerry and Beara Peninsula and is a picturesque village with all the charm of West Cork.
www.travelireland.org /cork/self_catering_holiday_homes/dalewood_holiday_homes   (224 words)

  
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We decided on the direct way because it was raining again, the clouds were hanging low and we would not have profited from the nicer landscape on the road via Ladragh and Healy Pass.
Glengarriff is well-known due to its extremely mild climate.
Glengarriff's harbour is filled with sailboats - yachts arriving from Cork City and returning there as well.
www.dornonline.de /reisen/irland/ir07_eng.htm   (1071 words)

  
 Travel Ireland, Glengarriff - West Cork - Ireland
Magnificent views of the Caha Mountains and the bulk of Sugarloaf can be seen from the numerous viewpoints along the roads which hug the coastline or wind along the steep sided valleys.
Whilst making the short crossing of the placid waters of the inner bay, the visitor is rewarded by further views of the mainland, and a host of walks, from strolls in the forest with its rivers and glades of oak, to more ambitious treks up the peaks.
The wild scenery of the Beara Peninsula starts here, whilst the peace and beauty of the Lakes of Inchigeela, Gougane Barra and the Borlin Valley are only a short drive away.
www.cork-guide.ie /glengarr.htm   (195 words)

  
 Bayview
Two minutes drive from the cottage, Glengarriff is a charming village with a basic grocery, a handful of pubs, a good tourist information office, several shops (including some featuring fine Irish woolens), and six restaurants.
Glengarriff is an ideal location for touring throughout the peninsulas, parks, and inland areas of western Cork County and southern Kerry County—the far southwest of Ireland.
Third, Glengarriff is the gateway to the southern gateway to County Kerry, with its Killarney National Park, the Ring of Kerry, and the highest mountains in Ireland.
www.homeatfirst.com /bayview.htm   (615 words)

  
 Travel In Ireland - Irish Vacation Site - Cork
Glengarriff is the closest village to The Carey Co. properties.
Glengarriff Forest Park has walks and nature trails where you enter the wood and you'll swear the "little people" are watching you.
Glengarriff's nine hole golf course is among the most beautiful golf courses in the world.
www.anirishvacationsite.com /area.htm   (814 words)

  
 Dowlings Caravan and Camping Park, Glengarriff, Cork, Camping Ireland
Situated in beautiful Glengarriff between the mountains and the sea.
400 metres from Glengarriff Harbour, Dowlings Caravan and Camping Park provides top standard amenities and is an ideal base for exploring West Cork and South Kerry.
Glengarriff Village is 2kms away, with a selection of shops, eateries, galleries and pubs.
www.camping-ireland.ie /caravan-parks/camping.php?id=26   (162 words)

  
 Glengarriff Cork
Located on the Beara Peninsula, the village of Glengarriff has a network of paths with breathtaking views of the bay.
The Glengarriff woodland is the only sizeable remainder of the ancient forest that once covered all the hilly areas of West Cork.
Located in Bantry Bay, the Glengarriff Eccles Hotel is one of the oldest established hotels in Ireland.
www.tourclare.com /glengarriff.html   (184 words)

  
 Glengarriff Tourist Information and Travel Guide at InfoHub.com
Around nine miles north on the main road from Bantry and cradled between the Caha Mountains and Bantry Bay, GLENGARRIFF is an oasis of greenery.
Yet, despite the commercialism, Glengarriff is a great place to stay if you want to explore some of Cork's and Kerry's wildest and most beautiful countryside.
Glengarriff's bars are very lively during July and August; there's usually music at The Blue Loo, Bernard Harrington's or Johnny Barry's.
www.infohub.com /destinations/Europe%2D%26%2DRussia/Ireland/Glengarriff   (389 words)

  
 Glengarriff, Ireland
Glengarriff (Gleann Garbh, "Rugged Glen") lies in the far southwest of Ireland at the mouth of a 6mile/10km long valley where the River Glengarriff flows into Bantry Bay.
In the favored climate of the region, to which the Gulf Stream brings moist warmth, a mantle of vegetation of almost tropical luxuriance - fuchsias, yews, hollies and arbutus - covers the rocky slopes of the hills reaching down to the sea.
Glengarriff is a small village, wholly given up to the holiday and tourist trade, with a large amount of accommodation for visitors in private houses.
www.planetware.com /ireland/glengarriff-irl-co-glen.htm   (141 words)

  
 West Cork & Kerry website - Glengarriff
Glengarriff is a popular tourist stop between the towns of West Cork and Killarney.
Before the motor car it was on the famous Prince of Wales route from Cork to Killarney which began by rail as far as Bantry.
From there, four horse coaches followed the road via Glengarriff and Kenmare to Killarney.
www.invectis.co.uk /cork/wsglengarriff.htm   (106 words)

  
 Cottage at Glengarriff, Co. Cork, Ireland - Key Properties Estate Agents   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This property is located midway between Castletownbere and Glengarriff situated in a nice secluded position, approximately 1 mile off the main road.
The village of Glengarriff is 15 minutes drive away and is a popular seaside village, well known for its natural beauty and exceptionally mild climate, being in the Gulf Stream.
On a similar level to Killarney, Glengarriff is an absolute magnet to the Tourist Industry, hosting the Maureen O'Hara Classic each year on their golf 9 hole most scenic course.
www.keyproperties.ie /keystwo/5759   (450 words)

  
 Glengariff, West Cork, Bed and Breakfasts, and Irish Cottage Rentals,County Cork, Ireland
The name comes from "An Gleann Garbh" - the rugged glen - which is derived from the rugged beauty of the mountains and wooded valleys surrounding the village.
Magnificent views of the Caha Mountains and the bulk of Sugarloaf can be seen from the numerous viewpoints along the roads which hug the coastline or wind along the steep sided valleys.
Whilst making the short crossing of the placid waters of the inner bay, the visitor is rewarded by further views of the mainland, and a host of walks, from strolls in the forest with its rivers and glades of oak, to more ambitious treks up the peaks.
www.cottagebar.com /glengarriff.html   (208 words)

  
 B&B Glengarriff Bed and Breakfasts Accommodation Radharc Na Gabhaille B&Bs West Cork
HOW TO FIND US Glengarriff is a small village in the south-west corner of Ireland.
Glengarriff is situated between the towns of Bantry in West Cork, and Kenmare in Co.
A regular bus service from both Cork and Killarney to Glengarriff arrives daily, all year round.
www.glengarriffbb.com /bed_breakfasts_location.html   (124 words)

  
 Tourist attractions-Glengarriff Eccles Hotel
Take the scenic route and discover the true beauty of the area, from the Beara Way with its rugged mountains and its beautiful lakes to the lush valley of Gougane Barra with its forest and the quaint St. Finbar's Church.
The calm waters, (Glengarriff is situated on the Gulf Stream), are ideal for sailing and a boat trip to the miniature temple and splendid grounds of the famous Garnish Island (ILNACULLIN) is a must.
Local golf courses are situated at Kenmare, Bantry, and of course at Glengarriff, which every year is the host to the famous Maureen O'Hara Golf Classic.
www.eccleshotel.com /localarea.htm   (124 words)

  
 Flickr: Photos from gcoady
Glengarriff Harbour is at the north-east of Bantry Bay, and offers great shelter.
This photo was taken as we anchored near sunset in Glengarriff Harbour (wider angle than the other...
This photo was taken as we anchored near sunset in Glengarriff Harbour.
www.flickr.com /photos/garycoady   (184 words)

  
 Harrington Estates » Glengarriff Property
Glengarriff Property West Cork Property - Modern/ Sea View
Glengarriff Property West Cork Property - Traditional/ Waterfront
Glengarriff Property West Cork Property - Waterfront/ Modern
harringtonestates.ie /category/property-for-sale/glengarriff   (145 words)

  
 Glengarriff Golf Club
It is situated in one of the most scenic areas of Ireland overlooking Bantry Bay and the Italian Gardens of Garnish Island.
Glengarriff town (1.5 miles / 2Km away) is a main tourist destination with all the associated amenities.
Glengarriff Golf Club hosts the Maureen O'Hara Golf Classic at the end of June.
www.foundmark.com /Ireland/Sports/Golf/glengarriff.html   (102 words)

  
 Glengarriff Accommodation
Glengarriff Accommodation - hotels, lodging houses, bed and breakfast, hostels and campings
Glengarriff has a couple of Hotels and numerous BandBs as well as 2 Hostels.
A new Luxury Hotel perfectly located in the very heart of Glengarriff Village at the enterance to the Blue Pool Park and Garnish Island.
www.world66.com /europe/ireland/glengarriff/accommodation   (132 words)

  
 Glengarriff Nature Reserve - Europe for Visitors
In this same meadow, the government has established a herd of Kerry cattle, which once were the dominant breed in Ireland.
he Glengarriff Wood National Nature Reserve is a mile north of Glengarriff, an historic and attractive holiday resort at the foot of the Caha Mountains on Bantry Bay.
Accommodations and dining: For atmosphere, it's hard to beat the Glengarriff Eccles Hotel, which claims to be one of the oldest hotels in Ireland.
europeforvisitors.com /europe/countries/ireland/walking-in-ireland-glengarriff.htm   (302 words)

  
 Adrigole, Glengarriff   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Adrigole, which commences shortly after leaving Glengarriff, is a beautiful, scattered village rich in history and natural scenery.
Glengarriff, the gateway to the Beara Peninsula from the south side has some of the most exquisite natural scenery in Ireland.
Numerous boat ferries are always on hand to carry you the short distance from the mainland to where you will experience peace and tranquility at its best.
www.bearainfo.com /areainfo/adrigole.htm   (187 words)

  
 Murphy's Village Hostel - Glengarriff, Ireland - Hostel Review
It was, however, a comfortable place to lounge and read on a rainy morning.
Generally, those who visit Glengarriff are here for hiking or cycling, and this hostel caters well to that crowd — it's not a place to go looking for a party, but it will provide you with all of the essentials.
Glengarriff is a beautiful place and well worth a visit.
www.hostelz.com /hostel/30494-Murphy's-Village-Hostel   (546 words)

  
 Glengarriff Local Events & Places - Irish Pages ∆∆∆
The following pages include informaton about gardens and demesnes as well as about the Beara gateway Glengarriff.
We are living and working in Glengarriff, one of the best and most beautiful spots on earth we can imagine.
In 2007 we are preparing the following for our customers and friends in Ireland and Continental Europe: lectures and field trips in aromtherapy, botanical and heritage tours in West Cork, rambling and trekking and pole walking events in West Cork, Ireland.
www.glengarriff.info /page18/startenglish.html   (155 words)

  
 Welcome to Cork Kerry-Cork Kerry, the counties of the spectacular Southwest of Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Glengarriff is one of the few areas in
The course has been voted among the most picturesque in the country, with views over Bantry Bay, Glengarriff Harbour and the Caha mountains.
In Glengarriff a visitor will feel as welcome as at their home club.
www.corkkerry.ie /content.asp?id=114   (126 words)

  
 Glengarriff travel guide
Glengarriff travel guide - The best resource for sights, hotels, restaurants, bars, what to do and what to see
Glengarriff village is one of Ireland's oldest holiday destinations.
It's set in a glen (valley) which runs down to a spectacular harbour off Bantry Bay.
www.world66.com /europe/ireland/glengarriff   (132 words)

  
 Vacation rental Glengarriff, Vacation House Glengarriff, Cork (Munster) - Vacation House CAHERÃ’GE-Cottage, Glengarriff
In a quiet Area located approximately 2 miles from Glengarriff, with sea view.
Glengarriff is one of Irelands most beautiful areas in the southwest of Ireland.
Breathtaking Glengarriff is located in the Gulf Stream, and offers woodland walks, lakes, golf, cycling, fishing, angling, and the famous Italian Gardens located on Garnish Island.
www.vacation-apartments.com /5366.htm   (367 words)

  
 Where to eat in Glengarriff » at Tom Raftery’s I.T. views
Civility is one thing but the quality of the food, the price, the location of the empty bottles, having to pay before getting the food - it all added up to one of the worst eating out experiences I have had in a long time.
It is a pity that you had a bad experience with the Hospitality Industry in Glengarriff though.
hi im from glengarriff and i can tell you that caseys has good service.there food is always good and so is the service.but as you should know GLENGARRIFF is a tourist village from March to October and all the business are always busy.
www.tomrafteryit.net /where-to-eat-in-glengariff   (1031 words)

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