We stayed a week in the area and spent most days walking the coast in the Derryname House location as other coastal walking opportunitys are limited.
Each day was a delight and we became very familier with the many lovely beeches -wild and windswept towards the estuary and compact and sheltered towards Abbet Island. Rough walking on Abbey Island brings spectacular headland views and the Mass walk is a must with flowers on the rocks and a differenet view with every step. The tea rooms at the House sells good home made cakes .
On wet days the little bar just a few yards along the road towards Abbey Island,owned by Bridie and her family for four generations, sells tasty crab sandwiches and has a tiny open fire in the cosy bar, We called in for lunch and a pint every day!
There are three free car parks in the area and many walks from each.
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