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- Family-run park eight kilometres from Cork
- Views of Blarney Castle from the site
- Immaculate amenities including a campers' kitchen
Not got the gift of the gab? Fear not, tongue-tied types: simply go along to Blarney Castle, hang yourself upside down and snog the world-famed Blarney Stone, heralded for centuries for bequesting travellers and barristers with unusual eloquence. Then get tongue-tied all over again when viewing the vista and facilities at Blarney Caravan and Camping Park.
This family-run park is eight kilometres from Cork and three from Blarney village, but it’s secluded and peaceful enough to feel you’re in the middle of the country (perfect for wandering around and trying out your newly-won articulation skills, you may gather).
There’s loads of open space for Blarney ball games, as well as a smartly-maintained play area and an 18-hole pitch and putt course (extra charge applies). The park is gently sloping and well sheltered, with views of Blarney Castle and the surrounding countryside.
Facilities at Blarney are immaculate, from the free showers to the camp kitchen, and it’s all neatly laid out among well-maintained grass and spacious pitches.
Blarney Caravan and Camping Park is easily reached from the ferry ports at Cork and Rosslare, and has a campervan service area if you’re bringing your own wheels from the UK. There’s also free wifi on site, for getting eloquent online too.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Car parking by pitch/unit
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Electric car charging point(s)
Gas cylinders available
Dog walk nearby
Medium (26-50 pitches)
Touring and motorhomes
Motorhome service point
Tourer storage facilities
Water hook-up points for tourers
Take the N25. As you approach Cork, take the N8 towards Cork City. From the N8 take the sign for North Ring Road/Limerick N20 and then Blarney R617. Distance 206km. Estimated driving time: 3 hours.
Take the M8 southbound. As you approach Cork, take the N8 towards Cork City. From the N8 take the sign for North Ring Road/Limerick N20 and then Blarney R617.
Take N20 Southbound and then the R617 to Blarney.
Distance 195km. Estimated driving time: 2.35 hours
Take N72 to Mallow then the N20 to Blarney R617.
Distance 95km. Estimated driving time: 1.30 hours.
Cork is crammed with dozens of things to see and do, from its top attraction Fora Wildlife Park to Blue Flag beaches, top pubs and restaurants, golf courses, fishing and oodles of arts and community festivals all year round.
Blarney Caravan and Camping Park is in north Cork, where the rivers of Blackwater are world renowned for coarse and game fishing; nearby Fermoy is an inland fishing centre to land trout and salmon. Head to west Cork for craggy coastline and gourmet food in Kinsale, Bandry or Baltimore (or all three), and east for farmers’ markets, Ballymaloe Cookery School, birdwatching at the coastline from Ballycotton to Youghal, and a trip to the Jameson distillery at Midleton.
The islands off Cork’s south-west coast are a must: Bere for deep sea fishing and a sailing school; Dursey and Cape Clear for birdwatching and Sherkin for sparkling white beaches and a natural history museum.
If you’re into your history and heritage – probably if you’re here to romance the Blarney Stone – Cork is like the rest of Ireland in having heaps of historical highlights, like Kanturk Castle; the town of Cobh, last stop of the Titanic before its journey towards New York, and the old town of Mallow with Mallow castle and a heritage centre for tracing Cork ancestors. There’s also a racecourse just outside the town; well, horse-racing is a pretty historical thing too…
- How much is payable upfront? A 15% transferable deposit is payable when you book, with the balance payable on arrival. Read more
- Does Blarney Caravan and Camping Park have a swimming pool? No View all features
- Is Blarney Caravan and Camping Park dog friendly? Yes View all features
- What attractions are near Blarney Caravan and Camping Park? Cork is crammed with dozens of things to see and do, from its top attraction Fora Wildlife Park to Blue Flag beaches, top pubs and restaurants, golf courses, fishing and oodles of … Read more
- When can I check in and check out of Blarney Caravan and Camping Park?
Camping and touring Arrive: 12 p.m. – Anytime Depart by: 12 p.m.