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Midleton, Co Cork. With a dog

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We've rented a cottage outside Midleton for a week in a week or so as part of a major flannerclan event in the area.

Unfortunately, Mrs F now can't drive for a few weeks. And, much as I love West Cork, I really don't want to drive round Cork and back for my jollies, and I'm not that happy about driving across to Kerry and back, either. And don't get me wrong - but Cork city's not exactly Florence.

So where's nice east or NE of Cork, easily driveable to? Preferably somewhere the flannerpooch can have some nice, Englishly accessible, walks. I'd like him to think of Ireland as the land of his Boss's fathers - not yet another European country where it's impossible for a spaniel to get the decent runs over open countryside he takes for granted here in the Cotswolds.

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