Dunfanaghy Golf Club
This stunning waterside 18-hole links course is just east of the village.
If you want to explore the expansive beaches and surrounding countryside on horseback, it can be arranged here.
Although the interior of the early 16th-century Doe Castle isn't open to the public, you can wander through the grounds. The castle was...
One look inside the creamy-hued Molly's Bar and you'll stay. A wonderfully old-fashioned pub with proper snugs, it hosts regular live...
Muck 'n' Muffins
A 19th-century stone grain store houses this 1st-floor cafe and crafts shop. Even on rainy winter days, it's packed with locals tucking...
Looks unprepossessing from the outside, but owners Siobhan Sweeney and Peter Byrne are perfectionists who tend to every detail in Cove's art-filled dining room, and on your plate. The cuisine is fresh and inventive. Seafood specials are deceptively simple with subtle Asian influences. After dinner, enjoy the elegant lounge upstairs. Book ahead.