The Roundabout Inn

Address: on the main Cork-Limerick, Cork-Kerry road, Mallow, County Cork, Ireland | Inn
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This inn is located on on the main Cork-Limerick, Cork-Kerry road, Mallow.
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    Travel Blogs from Mallow

    Volcanic cruise Day 16

    A travel blog entry by scottcr on Sep 21, 2014

    Another day at sea and around noon we were approaching the half-way mark across the Atlantic. The depth of the ocean is much shallower than yesterday as it is only around 12,000 feet. Today is the first day of Fall and temperatures this afternoon were actually quite warm reaching a high of 17 degrees Celsius. The seas were not too bad during the day with swells of 15 feet but during the night they increased. We had gale force winds ...

    Whiskey Lovers Unite

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... Now it's historic buildings are used only for tours to describe the process, the real whiskey making takes place across the road in a large modern industrial complex.

    The old stone buildings smell of age and oak. It's dark and cool in the warehouses as the guide takes us through the whiskey process. We see the old and enormous water mill that powered the plant. Inside another large, brick building is the world's largest single copper pot ...

    County Cork (and a bit of Kerry), Ireland

    A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on Jan 13, 2014

    When I left you last, I was off to find pint number 17 which, I am sure will be of no surprise to you, had turned into pint number 25 before I turned in for the night! What you may find surprising, however, is that very few of them were Guinness! The reasons being, first, that Cork is home to Murphy's and Beamish, both very good Irish stouts in their own right, and both sources of great pride to the locals; and second, Cork has a thriving ...

    The bus again

    A travel blog entry by hannah_louise on Jul 20, 2013

    Early morning bus for 4.5 hours to get to Cork this morning. Our hostel is really close to the bus station so was very easy to find, we are staying in our first ever dorm tonight we have been snobs up until now and had our own private room we were in a dorm with two Swedish girls who were really nice. We walked down ...

    Day 19 Sumer is Icumen In

    A travel blog entry by britt.mark on Apr 22, 2013

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    ... to Mallow in Cork. Mallow is not big on the Irish circuit. Landlady in Dingle commented, " not touristing then".

    The thing is, the hotel is in a village called Newtwopothouse, so what can you do but stay there.

    Mallow does have a castle, some gardens and an excellent converted 18th century house hotel where we are enjoying a rest from the road.

    Tomorrow we will view the delights of Mallow and head for Waterford.