Crookhaven Inn Apartments 1 and 2
This picturesque fishing village is situated on the end of the Mizen Peninsula. It is the most southerly and westerly of all Irish villages.

The village faces into its own almost land-locked harbour, turning its back on the great south and southwest gales that sweep this coast in the winter.

The climate of this southwest peninsula is the mildest in all of Europe, as this is the first place the Gulf Stream hits in its great sweep up from the Carribean.

  Snow or hard frost are virtually unknown and in summer the combination of the pollution free air, clean seas and ever- changing vistas of mountain, rock and moorland are unrivalled.

The village has its own restaurants, bars and best of all friendly local people who always have time to chat to a stranger.

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