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Dublin, the country's capital city, lies 110 miles to the northeast of Mitchelstown.
It's worth heading southwest to Blarney, just 30 miles from Mitchelstown. Be sure to check out Blarney Stone and Blarney Castle, a few of the cherished hotspots here.
Dip your feet in the sparkling water at one of the local beaches. Go to Warren Beach, 60 miles to the southwest, or Duncannon Beach, 55 miles to the east.
Nature enthusiasts will be delighted by the stunning natural attractions of Cork. Lough Gur is located 20 miles from Mitchelstown, while Mitchelstown Cave is only 5 miles away.
If you're passionate about Gaelic football, you will love the atmosphere at Pairc Ui Rinn. It's the home grounds of the Cork GAA and Cork GAA, and located in Cork, 30 miles south of Mitchelstown. Afterwards, follow the local fans to a nearby pub or bar to relive the match's greatest moments.
Grab your lucky putter and test your skills on unfamiliar grounds at the Mitchelstown Golf Club.
Consider visiting Kilworth. It's approximately 6 miles away from Mitchelstown, and where you can find Corrin Hill and Labbacallee Wedge Tomb. Alternatively, Glanworth is 8 miles away. Start by visiting the Annes Grove Gardens and Ballyhooly Castle.
Mallow is 20 miles southwest of Mitchelstown. This area hotspot has a diverse range of things to see and do, including the Mallow Golf Course, the Clock House and Mallow Castle. Mallow The Rebel Trail and Spa House are some other popular places if you're not short on time.
Enliven your senses in this region's many restaurants and bars.
Make sure you ask where to find the more common regional ingredients, like mutton and pork.
You'll want to try some local meals, like Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and drisheen (blood sausage).
Sample some sweet seedcake loaf for a dreamy end to your meal. This exquisite dessert is sure to go down a treat.
If sampling a bottle or three of the local beer is one of your vacation pleasures, make your way down to the closest watering hole and order a round of Murphy’s Irish Stout
A lively national celebration, Saint Patrick's Day is something you'll feel lucky to have been a part of. It all kicks off on the 17th of March.
After being surrounded by the beauty of Cork, it will be difficult to leave. But alas, every vacation must eventually end.
You shouldn't worry about catching your flight. Just make sure you remember that the nearest airport is 30 miles to the south.
Situated in the city centre, this hotel is close to The Clock House, Mallow Castle and Mallow Golf Course. Nearby attractions also include Cork Racecourse.
Situated in Clonmel, this spa hotel is close to Saint Patrick's Well, Marlfield Lake and Old St. Mary's Church. Also nearby are Main Guard and South Tipperary County Museum.
Situated in the city centre, this romantic hotel is close to Cashel Heritage Centre, Cashel Folk Village and Dominics Abbey. Also nearby are Saint Peter the Rock Cathedral and Bolton Library.
Situated in Fermoy, this guesthouse is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Christ Church and within 12 miles (20 km) of Ballyhooly Castle and Mitchelstown Golf Club. Mitchelstown Cave and Lismore Golf Club are also within 20 miles (32 km).
This family-friendly hotel is located in Charleville, where area attractions include Friars Gate Theatre and Kilmallock Museum. Regional attractions also include Grange Stone Circle and Kilcolman Castle.
Situated in Tipperary, this spa hotel is in the same region as Athassel Abbey.
Situated in Cahir, this hotel is in the same area as Cahir Castle, Swiss Cottage and Mitchelstown Cave. Regional attractions also include Athassel Abbey and Saint Patrick's Well.
Situated in a rural location, this bed & breakfast is in the same region as Mitchelstown Cave, Mitchelstown Golf Club and Cahir Castle.