Sextons Caravan & Camping Park
Ireland, South West, Co. Cork, Clonakility
Alan Rogers Review
Sexton’s is an unpretentious site that has been in existence for over 50 years. The park, which is just under two hectares, offers just 30 pitches for touring. Gravel hardstandings are available for touring units and 18 tent pitches are on well kept grass. Along with a fairly new reception, the old shop has been converted into a comfortable lounge area for campers. Although convenient for the Cork Ferry Terminal, Sexton’s is situated on a quiet road between Clonakilty and Timoleague. It is well placed for those who like unspoilt countryside and discovering for themselves small hideaway cove beaches and country pubs with traditional music. The well-documented and historic Kinsale is a riot of colour, good food and holiday shopping, and is only a short coastal run away from Sexton’s. Cork City is also worth a visit for shopping and a day out.
The well-documented and historic Kinsale is a riot of colour, good food and holiday shopping, and is only a short coastal run away from Sexton’s. Cork City is also worth a visit for shopping and a day out.
Two small toilet blocks with free showers are in old farm buildings. En-suite facility for disabled visitors. Small shop (1/5-30/9). Gas. Small but comfortable camp kitchen with local TV. Sitting room for campers. Laundry. Small playground, football field and games room. Bicycle hire can be arranged. No electric barbecues. WiFi throughout (charged).
N71 into Clonakilty, then follow R600 towards Timoleague for 5 km. – site on right. Look for ‘Cornelius’ the chicken guarding the entrance.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N51 38 6||W8 48 2|