Bed and Breakfast and Self Catering Accommodation Mallow & Doneraile – Park South Accommodatio

Bed and Breakfast and Self Catering Accommodation Mallow & Doneraile – Park South Accommodatio

Bed and Breakfast and Self Catering Accommodation Mallow & Doneraile – Park South Accommodatio

Self Catering Accommodation Doneraile, Mallow


The Donkey Sanctuary

Since 1987, the Donkey Sanctuary has loved and cared for over 5,600 neglected and abandoned donkeys from across Ireland. Every donkey taken into our sanctuary is guaranteed a life of loving care. For many it is the first time in … Read More

The Jameson Experience

The Jameson Experience, Midleton, is an Irish whiskey museum and visitor centre located in the Old Midleton Distillery in Midleton, County Cork, Ireland. Set over 15 acres, since opening as a visitor’s centre in 1992, the old distillery has received … Read More

Cork Courses North Cork

There are numerous golf courses to choose from in the locality. A gem of a nine hole parkland golf course in Doneraile, established in 1927 only 5 kms. Mallow golf club is set in the heart of the Blackwater Valley, … Read More

Cork Racecourse

Cork Racecourse, also known as Cork Racecourse Mallow, is a horse racing venue at Mallow, County Cork, Ireland which stages both National Hunt racing and Flat racing. It is located 35 km north of Cork and 64 km from Limerick … Read More

Mountain Bike Trails

Just 10kms from us you will find one of Ireland’s biggest and best Mountain bike trails with over 98km of track. Initially designed and built for beginners/intermediate, over the years higher skilled trails and tech loops have been added. You … Read More

Cinema Mallow

The Gate Cinema is located in the town’s Market Square complex, which is close to Main Street and the only cinema serving the northern part of Co Cork. It has a five-screen layout with seating for 881 people and is … Read More


The Munster Blackwater is Ireland’s third largest river.  It rises in the mountains of East Kerry, flowing eastwards for 170 km through Counties Cork and Waterford until it enters the sea at Youghal in East Cork. It’s also an extremely … Read More

Walking & Hiking

As we are nestled between 3 mountain ranges, Ballyhoura, Nagle and Galtee Mountains, there are numerous marked hill and forest walking loops on our doorstep, ideal for strolling and rambling in the hills. For those who want to take on … Read More

Horse Riding

Due to our location of been nestled between 3 mountain ranges there are a number of options to go horse riding in the surrounding Hills and Forests   Naturally, in our environment horses play a huge part in our lives and … Read More

Lough Gur

Lough Gur is a magical and mysterious place that is rich in folklore along with a wealth of archaeology and history dating back to Stone Age times. The Heritage Centre provides a fascinating interpretation of the sites associated with Lough … Read More