Kinsale in County Cork is one of the most picturesque places you’ll find anywhere along the whole south and south-west coast of Ireland. Nestled between the hills and the sea, it is a wonderful maze of narrow little streets with cheerfully coloured buildings that ooze history and charm.
Kinsale’s architectural heritage has been carefully protected through the centuries and there are links to the French, Spanish British and American styles of building to be found everywhere.
Even today, there is a part of Kinsale called “World’s End” and there you will find the Trident Hotel where you can enjoy a quiet drink or afternoon coffee.
Kinsale Good Food Circle
Kinsale enjoys a fantastic reputation both within Ireland and abroad for the incredibly high standard of its restaurants, cafe’s and bars which serve delicious, top quality food with a great atmosphere.
It’s chefs are fortunate to have the highest quality ingredients available from the many local producers.
Known as the Gourmet “capital” of Ireland, it is a must for all “foodies”
Kinsale Visitor Attractions – Charles Fort
Charles Fort is one of the largest military forts in the country and has been associated with some of the most momentous events in Irish history including the Williamite War in 1690 and the Irish Civil War in 1922-23.
Charles Fort was garrisoned by the British Army until 1922.
These days it is one of the foremost historical visitor attractions of the area.
Kinsale At Your Leisure
Explore Kinsale at your leisure with a personal chauffeur / guide. Cork Limo Hire provide a stylish limousine experience so that you can relax and enjoy exploring Kinsale at your leisure and at your pace. For bookings, call Cork Limo Hire now on 087 2464881