Marlogue Woods

About

Marlogue wood is located on the south east of Great Island and bounds the Ballynacorra River and Cork harbour. It is a hidden gem with an old world feel that has much to offer including a variety of mature trees and tracks suitable for walking. The area originally carried old oak stands that were felled during World War I. Interestingly, old Ordnance survey maps refer to the wood as Walterstown Wood. This dates back to when the area was part of the Smith-Barry estate. Members of this family would have been also linked to Barryscourt Castle in Carrigtoohill and to Fota House. Indeed, John Smith-Barry enlarged Fota House in the 1820’s and used it as his main residence.

This wood is well worth a visit!

Additional Information

Where to find us

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Address Walterstown
Town / City / Village Cobh

Gallery

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Visitor Information

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Free Wifi

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Parking

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Credit Cards

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Online Bookings

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Catering & Dining

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Child Facilities

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Restroom

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Disabled Facilities

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Opening Hours

Days Open
Open 24 hours a day 7 days a week

We recommend spending

1 - 2 hours here

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