Adventure, Heritage and Hospitality

Ballyhoura Country lies within the borders of counties Cork, Limerick and Tipperary and features lush green countryside, mountains and rivers.  It contains the world famous Doneraile Park, Neolithic Lough Gur, the de Valera Museum, the walled town of Kilmallock and the Thomas Fitzgerald Centre showcasing the ancestry of John F Kennedy.

Activities and experiences include the Ballyhoura Mountain Bike Trails, horse trekking, clay pigeon shooting, kayaking, motor sports, 1500km of forest trails, Garden experiences and many festivals and events.  Enjoy delicious local food to suit all tastes, and a friendly and welcoming people.

Accommodation options include Hotels, Farmhouse or townhouse B&B’s, Self-Catering and a luxury hostel.

  • Doneraile Park
  • Neolithic Lough Gur
  • Ballyhoura Mountain Bike Trails
  • Great food and accommodation
Open daily year round

Ballyhoura can be visited year round


Useful Information

Check out their range of facilities, services and other useful information.

DINING / REFRESHMENTS: Enjoy delicious local food to suit all tastes.

PARKING: Ample parking available at all attractions, amenities & activities in Ballyhoura Country.

ACCESSIBILITY: Some areas are not Wheelchair accessible.

GROUPS: Groups welcome. Ballyhoura Fáilte provides a free tour and itinerary service for large groups.

WI-FI: Free Wi-Fi available.


Getting There

50 minutes drive from Cork City & 45 minutes drive from Limerick City. Visitor information point is in Kilfinane, Co. Limerick.

Map Location: 52.358840, -8.469283
Contact Ballyhoura Country

Ballyhoura Failte, Main Street, Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, Ireland

Eircode: V35 T2P3
T: +353 (0)63 91300
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