There are several shore excursion providers that cruise passengers can book with, who include Blarney as a destination on their tours. These include CIE Tours, Excursions Ireland, Paddy Wagon Tours & many more.
Blarney Village History
The village is located 20 minutes from Cork city/ 40 minutes from Cobh town and is set in a charming wooded river area. Dating back to the 18th century, Blarney was home to a number of mills and has a long history of milling and weaving. The village itself was built around the mills for the workers to live. The mills history continues to live on in at Blarney Woollen Mills, where visitors can enjoy some shopping at this popular location.
Places to Visit
Blarney Woollen Mills, Blarney, Co. Cork
Blarney Castle & Gardens
The Mill Restaurant, Blarney Woollen Mills
Blarney Chocolate Factory
Nestled in the heart of mystical Blarney, our chocolate factory is quite simply, magical. Marvellously gifted chocolatiers have lovingly hand crafted each and every piece of chocolate so that their skill and passion can be tasted in every joyful mouthful.
The Muskerry Arms is a family-run pub and B&B serving food all day in the heart of the bustling village of Blarney, just minutes from Cork City. The Muskerry Arms provides the ambience of a great Irish Pub with old world charm and character.
Afternoon Tea at Blarney Woollen Mills
This list showcases but only a snapshot of what the charming town of Blarney has to offer to all visitors!