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Lots of fun and games promised for all the family on the day with 3,000 Cadbury’s crème eggs hidden with care around the grounds!!!!
Easter at Moher Hill Farm is when the bunnies take centre stage. This is a perfect time to visit the farm as all the animals are keen to show off their young. Take part in the Easter Egg Hunt, where the Easter Bunny ensures that each child is looked after, there are also fun and games for all the family, including face painting, egg and spoon races and the most popular three legged races.Pose for a photograph with the Easter Bunny or for the tiny tots take part in the ‘Under 5’s Easter Egg Hunt’. Easter at Moher Hill Farm is a treat for families and is a day not to be missed. Stroll around the farm park feeding and interacting with the animals, whizz on the go karts, bouncing on the bouncing castle, enjoy a picnic in the indoor or outdoor picnic area and spend some family time playing mini-golf.
The theme of the Racing Home for Easter festival was established in 2010 to encourage those who grew up in the Blackwater Valley region but who have since left, to return home to Mallow and Cork for Easter and enjoy some of the best horse racing in Ireland, activities and festivities the town has to offer as well as encouraging local residents and visiting tourists to participate and enjoy.Our 3 day festival coincides with the traditional Easter racing meeting at Cork Racecourse Mallow, where there’s a great combination of National Hunt racing and flat racing to be enjoyed.
The Cork International Choral Festival is held annually over the five days preceding the first Monday in May. Cork welcomes choirs from across the world for a programme of Gala concerts, Schools Concerts, National and International Competitions, and world-class performances, as thousands of participants bring the city to life for a celebration of choral music in all its many forms.One of Europe’s premier international choral festivals, Cork is noted for its high standards, eclectic and wide-ranging programme, and the friendliness of its welcome. Festival events and performances centre around Cork’s City Hall, capacity 1,000; one of the most attractive and acoustically superb venues in Ireland.
Cork City Centre,County Cork
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The Forge , Tralee
The Forge is a purpose built, family run bed and breakfast, which provides a high standard of accommodation and is approved by Bord Failte.located in Tralee Town
Atlantic Waves, Castlegregory
Atlantic Waves is a luxurious, spacious, 4 Star holiday home on sea-front, approved by the Irish Tourist Board. All rooms are tastefully decorated to a very high standard. There are outstanding sea views overlooking Brandon Bay
Finglas House, Camp
Finglas House is a modern family run bed and breakfast located in the centre of Camp Village along the Dingle Peninsula.Scenically located overlooking Tralee Bay on the Dingle Way Walking Route.An ideal location for a touring or walking holiday.