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Desmond, Melanie and Gordon Sharp Bolster
Glenlohane, Kanturk, Co. Cork, Ireland
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With Bantry Bay to the southwest and the Rock of Cashel to the northeast, Glenlohane is the ideal base from which to see Killarney, the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle Peninsula, Blarney Castle, Cork City, Kinsale and Lismore heritage town.

There are 17 golf courses within an hour’s drive. With advance notice, arrangements can be made for fox hunting with the Duhallow Hunt and for salmon & trout fishing on the famous River Blackwater. Horse shows at the Green Glens Arena, Millstreet and horse racing at the Mallow Racecourse are within twenty minutes’ drive.

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Directions to Glenlohane

From Dublin 2018-03-06T12:51:18+00:00
  • Take the N7 towards Cork/Limerick
  • Bear left in Portlaoise on to the N8 for Cork.
  • On the new section of motorway bypassing Mitchelstown, bear off at the exit for the N73 into Mallow and follow signs for the N72 towards Killarney.
  • Then follow the Cork Airport directions from the Mallow Traffic Circle to Glenlohane.
  • At the Mallow roundabout where the N20 meets the N72, take the N72 towards Killarney.
  • After 12 km you will see Roskeen Motors on your right. Go 1 km further and turn right on the R576 towards Kanturk/Newmarket.
  • After 6 km you are entering Kanturk and the Recycling Centre is on your left. Take a right on to the R580 towards Buttevant.
  • After 2 km take your first right on L1043 towards Ballyclough/Cecilstown at “Sally’s Cross”.
  • Come down that road about 2 km. You will enter a tunnel of trees with green and white “Glenlohane Bird Sanctuary” signs. Our unmarked entrance is set back on the left.
  • If you go down a short steep hill with a monument at the bottom, you have gone too far.
From Shannon Airport 2018-03-06T13:18:08+00:00
  • Proceed towards Limerick and follow signs through several traffic circles for Cork/Killarney on the N20.
  • There is a lot of new road construction and the N20 to Cork will eventually be off to the left.
  • Proceed to Buttevant and turn right for Kanturk. (Do not take the right for Kanturk in Charleville).
  • Go 6.7 miles to the end and turn left at ‘T’ Junction.
  • Then 1⁄2 mile to the first right (there is a sign for Kanturk).
  • Proceed 4 miles to the first full crossroads (there is a stone marker which says ‘Sally’s Cross’) and turn left for Cecilstown.
  • After 1.3 miles, Glenlohane is the first residential entrance on the left.
From Cork Airport 2018-03-06T12:53:49+00:00
  • Proceed to Cork
  • Follow signs for Cork/Limerick on the N20 and drive 20 miles north to Mallow traffic circle.
  • At the Mallow roundabout where the N20 meets the N72, take the N72 towards Killarney.
  • After 12 km you will see Roskeen Motors on your right. Go 1 km further and turn right on the R576 towards Kanturk/Newmarket.
  • After 6 km you are entering Kanturk and the Recycling Centre is on your left. Take a right on to the R580 towards Buttevant.
  • After 2 km take your first right on L1043 towards Ballyclough/Cecilstown at “Sally’s Cross”.
  • Come down that road about 2 km. You will enter a tunnel of trees with green and white “Glenlohane Bird Sanctuary” signs. Our unmarked entrance is set back on the left.
  • If you go down a short steep hill with a monument at the bottom, you have gone too far.
From Kanturk 2018-03-06T13:19:50+00:00
  • R576 towards Mallow.
  • Bear left on R580 towards Buttevant.
  • First right towards Cecilstown and Ballyclough.
  • First residential entrance on left after 1.3 miles.
  • Watch for green and white “Glenlohane Bird Sanctuary” signs in trees.
  • In the interests of privacy, there are no public signs.
  • If you go down a short steep hill with a monument at the bottom, you have gone too far.