A two and a half hour stroll through the city, taking in many of the highlights and finishing with a meal – relaxed, friendly and fun – you will be in very good company.
For a very special brunch (or high tea), head West to Glebe House & Gardens - a grand Georgian farmhouse on five acres of gardens and fields on the coast close to the gorgeous fishing village of Baltimore.
Built nearly six hundred years ago by one of Ireland's greatest chieftans, Cormac MacCarthy, and has been attracting attention ever since. Over the last few hundred years, millions have flocked to Blarney making it a world landmark and one of Ireland's greatest treasures.
On Market Lane, at one of the entrances to the famous English Market, The Oyster Tavern has just been reopened and given a stylish facelift, offering a contemporary menu in a gorgeous space. And you have to try the Oysters from local waters.
The historic fishing town of Kinsale, about a half-hour’s drive from Cork City, is one of Ireland’s gastronomic jewels. It’s long been famous for its high-quality producers and restaurants, and this walking tour takes in all the highlights, as well as plenty of local colour. And there is also a three-hour foraging tour in the fields and on the shores around the town.
Overlooking Kinsale's stunning inner harbour, Man Friday Kinsale is guaranteed to provide you, no matter what the occasion, with a highly enjoyable experience. From the moment you enter our restaurant you will sense the welcoming and relaxing ambience that Man Friday generates. Combining efficient, friendly service with top quality food and wine, we promise you an evening you will not forget easily.