Angler's view of Innishannon Bridge Innishannon roadsign - you've arrived at peace Wonderful Riverside walks Roadside beauty Innishannon House Hotel Mainstreet in bloom. Fishing the rapids Wonders for children Kilmacsimon and marina Main Street Flower pump Riverside lawn Innishannon roadsign - you've arrived at peace Roadsigns in bloom Downhill to the village


Inspiring gateway to West Cork


Fáilte! Welcome to  inspirational  Innishannon.   


Bóthairín an Átha


    The gateway to  West Cork and on the upper reaches of Kinsale harbour  Innishannon has an intriguing story to tell. 

   The Horse and Rider sculpture  at the eastern  entrance of the village  is the first chapter of this story  that is continued  on  plaques throughout the village. 



   Enjoy a visit to the secluded Huguenot graveyard, view the ancient Lawn Wall designed by Thomas Adderly who also designed the streets of  Dublin  and London. Read the plaque on  the ancestral home of Mrs George Bernard Shaw and Jeremy Irons. Walk the riverside Bleach Walk which gets it’s name from the linen bleaching of earlier days.   Our history plaque  story  which dates back to the sixth century  concludes  at the  western end  of the village at  the restored forge and sculpture of Billy the Blacksmith. 


   Take time to have a walk around adjacent Dromeen Wood  where you  may catch a fleeting glimpse of a red squirrel and children will  enjoy the Fairy Walk.  This is just a taste of the delights of Innishannon on the threshold of West Cork. 



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03 Jun 2018n11:30AM - 05:30PMnInnishannon Steam & Vintage Rally
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