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Carrigtwohill, Ireland
25 May — 26 May2
Carrigtwohill, Ireland
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Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:May
Average price in Carrigtwohill:C$ 160/night
Cheapest price found:C$ 146/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Friday
C$ 146 - C$ 182
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
C$ 76 - C$ 185
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Where to stay in Carrigtwohill

About Carrigtwohill

Carrigtwohill is a traditional Irish village boasting a vibrant mix of historical attractions, natural landscapes and sporting events. One of the fastest growing towns in Ireland, Carrigtwohill is home to the impressive Barryscourt medieval castle and two championship golf courses on Fota Island.

Things to do

No trip to Carrigtwohill is complete without a stop at Barryscourt Castle. Originally built in the 12th century, the imposing structure rises high above the surrounding emerald fields. Largely intact, it’s a great example of a traditional Irish tower house. Venture inside the solid walls to see fascinating artefacts and explore two floors that have been restored with original furnishings.

For a nostalgic 1950s experience, catch a film under the stars at the Movie Junction, Cork County’s classic drive-in cinema. Whether you’re in the mood for an oldie or a recent release, Movie Junction shows a variety of popular films each night.

Enjoy homemade Irish treats at Bakestone or a lively lunch with locals at the family-owned-and-operated Bramley Lodge. If you’re craving fresh seafood and farm-to-table meals, look no further than the Café at Ballyseedy. Featuring a circular dining area with views of Cork County, this cafe is the perfect place to relax after touring the town.

Getting around

Carrigtwohill is accessible via bus, train or car, with easy access to Midleton and Cork. Buses operate throughout the city, although its compact streets make it easy to get around by foot.

Carrigtwohill travel FAQs

Carrigtwohill is a traditional Irish village boasting a vibrant mix of historical attractions, natural landscapes and sporting events. One of the fastest growing towns in Ireland, Carrigtwohill is home to the impressive Barryscourt medieval castle and two championship golf courses on Fota Island.

Things to do in Carrigtwohill

No trip to Carrigtwohill is complete without a stop at Barryscourt Castle. Originally built in the 12th century, the imposing structure rises high above the surrounding emerald fields. Largely intact, it’s a great example of a traditional Irish tower house. Venture inside the solid walls to see fascinating artefacts and explore two floors that have been restored with original furnishings.

For a nostalgic 1950s experience, catch a film under the stars at the Movie Junction, Cork County’s classic drive-in cinema. Whether you’re in the mood for an oldie or a recent release, Movie Junction shows a variety of popular films each night.

Enjoy homemade Irish treats at Bakestone or a lively lunch with locals at the family-owned-and-operated Bramley Lodge. If you’re craving fresh seafood and farm-to-table meals, look no further than the Café at Ballyseedy. Featuring a circular dining area with views of Cork County, this cafe is the perfect place to relax after touring the town.

Getting around Carrigtwohill

Carrigtwohill is accessible via bus, train or car, with easy access to Midleton and Cork. Buses operate throughout the city, although its compact streets make it easy to get around by foot.