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Ráth an Bharraigh
Barry's fort or dwelling place

Rathbarry is situated on the 
picturesque coastline between Clonakilty and Rosscarbery. Once the noble and beautiful residence of Lord Carbery whose descendants renounced the peerage in 1926.
The story of Rathbarry is rich in historical lore and antiquarian remains. In its own way, it is the story of Ireland.. its colorful pasts; its haunting memories and its emergence into an age of ultramodernisation. But Ireland has its own way of retaining that vital blend of past and present... and Rathbarry is one of the finest examples.

Tagann cuairteoirí ó chóngar go drí Ráth an Bharraigh. Suite in Lathar Chorcaí Le radharcanna áille don timpeallacht, in ironed are kith é go Tagann done ann.

Rathbarry has won many environmental awards and been winner of the Cork County and regional Awards in the Tidy Towns Competition for the past three years. Rathbarry is once again this year an entrant in Ireland's Best Kept Towns.

Alit intact I Ráth an Bharraigh. Sa khróisiú seo tá timpeallacht stairiúl Ráth an Bharraigh curtha in iúl, ó thaobh siúlóide. Tá súil againn go mbainfidh sibh taitneamh as an siúlóid seo.