OUT OF DODGE: West Cork — Ireland’s Rebel Country
Where The Wind That Shakes the Barley blows in from off the sea, the term “rugged charm” is applicable not only to the land but its people as well.
Here in the heart of Rebel Country, the wild coastline and the heart-stirring landscape offer an authentic flavor of Ireland that can so often be watered down in her fair cities.
Based on the southern anchor of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, you’ll find the magnificent Celtic Ross Hotel, overlooking picture-perfect Rosscarbery Bay. Whether it’s golf, fishing, whale watching, strolls on the beach, a pint at the pub or even a quiet day at the spa, the Celtic Ross provides the ideal accommodation for your West Cork experience–whatever you choose to make of it.
Meanwhile, students of Irish history will find themselves in the midst of some of that island’s most intriguing attractions—spanning from the time of the Celtic stone circle at nearby Drombeg through the turbulent times of Michael Collins and the Anglo-Irish War.
Bring some comfy shoes, a raincoat for the inevitable soft weather, and a curious sense of adventure when you visit West Cork. This beautiful corner of the world is fairly easy to get to, but very difficult to leave…