Blarney Caravan Park gives an immediate impression of a well-kept park with manicured hedges and lawns, obviously cared for with some pride (Photo 1). After a lovely warm welcome we were invited to select our pitch and advised that we could drive around the site to see what was available first. The pitches (gravel and grass) are not massive but adequate for car and caravan with room enough for an awning – if you don’t use guy ropes (Photo 2). Beware that there is a slight slope and you will need to have a wedge/riser for one wheel. There is bit of a distance to water and electric that has convinced me to make a purchase of new hose on a reel. There is a very small shop at reception for minor items like bread and sweets, so stocking up with supplies are essential to avoid the drive back into the town. Free Wi-Fi is available, at the pitch too although weak you are able most times to stay in touch with home and news. If needed a full strong signal is available in reception with a desk made available for this purpose. There are two toilet/shower blocks (Photo 3) that are very clean (Photo 4) with free use of showers, which are activated by push-button. The water comes in short supply bursts but I found the right rhythm to manage a constant flow of warm water to enjoy. There is both a kitchen and a TV room, along with a laundrette that through expense (Photo 5) for both washing (€5) and drying (€2) registers the only blemish to staying on the site. However that would not deter me from staying again in this lovely pleasant site when in the area again.