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The term Gaeltacht refers to those regions of Ireland in which the Irish language (Gaeilge) is still spoken as a community language, and where Irish culture and tradition are very much alive and thriving. Each region possess an environment, rich with heritage and folklore, culture and traditions and has a strong sense of its own identity and uniqueness.

In County Waterford there is a small Gaeltacht region known as An Rinn. This small coastal Gaeltacht overlooks Dungarvan Harbour and is approximately six miles from there. It is a work apart – in its welcoming people, its scenery, it seascape and above all its cultural vitality. The love of Irish music, song, dance and language is infectious in An Rinn. A spontaneous desire to share tradition with the visitor can erupt at any time in friendly Ring Hostelry. For hikers or bikers, walkers or bird watchers, Ring and Old Parish are hideaways of cliff top trails, unspoiled beaches, inland drumlins and leafy glens. Add to this a hospitable people, and effervescent culture, and everything that makes the Gaeltacht different is on the doorstep.

Access:

75km from Cork City.

80km from Cork Airport.

55km from Waterford.

140km from Shannon Airport.

220km from Dublin.

230km from Dublin Airport.

130km from Rosslare Harbour.

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