Kinsale in County Cork is one of the most picturesque, full of colour, popular and fashionable village of the south-west coast of Ireland.Visitors to Kinsale are captivated by its beautiful setting; its long waterfront, yacht-filled harbour, narrow winding streets and brightly painted galleries, shops and houses. The impressive fortifications of Charles Fort and James Fort guard the narrow entrance from the sea – giving clues to its rich history. There are a number of guided walking tours (including an evening Ghost Tour!) available and plenty of information at the Kinsale Tourist Office in the centre of the town.
Famous for its harbour, with three marinas, a yacht club, two outdoor activity centers, very active clubs promoting gaelic fottball, hurling, soccer, rugby, tenis, golf, equestrian and water sports. The favourable mild climate and its safe harbour make Kinsale the ideal sport for yachting, sea angling, dolphin & whale watching trips and golf.
Not only does Kinsale claim to be one of the most picturesque and oldest towns in Ireland, it is also internationally renowned for the number and quality of its restaurants. It has been hailed as ‘The Gourmet Capital of Ireland’, with no shortage of cafés, pubs and restaurants to suit every taste and budget.
Owners' Postal Address:
Kinsale Apartment Address:
2 Distillery House at Church Lane
and Cork Street