Anne & Paul Harris, Dromagowlane House, Adrigole, Beara Peninsula, Co Cork.
Adrigole, (Irish: Eadargóil, meaning “between two inlets”) is a village situated on the Beara Peninsula in County Cork, in Ireland. It is centred around the junction of the R572 and R574 regional roads. It has a sparsely distributed population of about 450 people.
Adrigole is a scattered village strung approximately 9km along the north-western shore of Bantry Bay on the scenic south coast of the Beara Peninsula. Looming over it is Hungry Hill (687m, 2,253 ft) with two rock-girt lakes which feed a cascade. Hungry Hill is the highest of the Caha range which forms the spine of the peninsula, and gave its name to Daphne du Maurier’s novel about the local copper-mining barons of the 19th century. There is also Adrigole Mountain and the Healy Pass (334m) nearby.
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