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Co-ordinates for the Lodge:         Latitude:    52.142944          Longitude:    -8.073363

Southern Ireland Map

Ireland Map

We are to be found in the South of Ireland on the border between Counties Cork & Waterford.
Situated 1 miles from the village of Upper Ballyduff,  between the thriving market town of Fermoy & the Heritage Town of Lismore.  


Transport whilst you are here

A car is essential when you are here due to the vast expanse of river that our fishery covers.
Consequently, most of our British and near European guests arrive by car ferry at Dun Laoghaire/Dublin, Rosslare or Cork.

Alternatively, Cork airport less than an one hour away. 

If you book to stay with us, the route instructions below tell you the best way to get here.
This table gives distances from various entry points to Ireland plus links to route instructions from them.



Distance Average
Driving Time
Route Instructions
  Miles kms. hrs. English French German
Cork City   34 51 0' 45"      
 Cork Airport   38 56 0' 45" Click Here Click Here Click Here
Shannon Airport   75 120 2' 00" Click Here Click Here Click Here
Rosslare Ferry Port   97 155 2' 30 Click Here Click Here Click Here
Dun Laoghaire Ferry Port   145 230 3' 30"      
Dublin Airport  



3' 30

Click Here Click Here Click Here

Dublin Ferry Port  

140 230 3' 30" Click Here Click Here Click Here


AA Roadwatch If you are coming to us by car, the Automobile Association now has a very useful website which has a huge range of traffic & travel information for Ireland with up-to-the-minute live traffic, events and roadworks for every city & county. There is also information on public transport and on new road developments.