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Arrival and information

Buses stop either on Pearse Street – part of the town’s long, one-way (westward) high street, which to the east becomes Ashe Street and then Wolfe Tone Street, to the west Western Road – or on the short bypass, just south of Wolfe Tone Street. The helpful tourist office at 25 Ashe St (April–Sept Mon–Sat 9.15am–5pm – in peak season, this may change to 10.15am–6pm and the office may open on Sun; Oct–May Mon–Fri 9.15am–1pm & 2–5pm, plus alternate Suns; t 023/883 3226) stocks a free What’s On guide. Bike rental is available across the road at MTM Cycles, 33 Ashe St (t 023/883 3584), horseriding at Clonakilty Equestrian Centre, 500m beyond the Model Railway Village on the Inchydoney road (t 023/883 3533). You can access the internet at Clonakilty Business Solutions, 32 Pearse St (t 023/883 4515).