Blarney Accommodation Hotels, B&Bs, Things to see in or near Blarney : Blarney is most famous for Blarney Castle and the “Blarney Stone”, which, tradition says, conveys the gift of eloquence on those who kiss it. The extensive grounds are lovely for walkers or gardeners. Sunnyside B & B is a mere 4 minutes drive away. There are several other pleasant walks in the area. Irish traditional music is played most nights in local pubs. Cork City is about 15 minutes drive.
If you are touring You can rent a car at Cork Airport from Airport Car Hire Networkt Ireland Car Hire and City Car Rentals Other attractions within easy driving distance are the Jameson Distillery, at Midleton (45 minutes drive), and the Cobh Heritage Centre (45 minutes drive). This retraces the steps of 2.5 million adults and children who emigrated from Ireland in the 19th and 20th centuries. Cobh was also the last port of call of the Titanic. There is a new visitor attraction in Cobh, commemorating the Titanic. It is situated in the original offices of the White Star Line, the departure point for the last 123 passengers, who boarded the Titanic on its fateful maiden voyage to America. Fota House and Gardens are also just a drive away.
Golf : The Blarney area offers a wonderful variety of opportunities for the Golfer , with two, Muskerry Golf Club and Blarney Golf Resort, less than 4 mins. drive away. Sunnyside has been designated “golfer friendly” by the Irish tourist authorities.
Blarney Nightly Entertainment: If you are looking for nightly entertainment for your visit to Blarney why not visit the recently awarded Pub of the Year 2014 by Georgina Campbell at the Blairs Inn, in Cloghroe just a short drive from our Blarney B&B at Sunnyside, we will be happy to give you directions, to enjoy a traditional Irish pub with some wonderful food a bonus as they also received the McKennas Guide Award for 2014.