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Billionaire techie Pearse Flynn is investing in his home village of Ballycotton, says Lucinda O'Sullivan, transforming the former Pier 26 restaurant into the fabulous new Cush; definitely one to try in the future

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"He bought the small pier-side bar and restaurant Pier 26, and, ploughing a bucket of money into it, has turned it into a sophisticated jewel"

"He bought the small pier-side bar and restaurant Pier 26, and, ploughing a bucket of money into it, has turned it into a sophisticated jewel"

Trio of big scallops

Trio of big scallops

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"He bought the small pier-side bar and restaurant Pier 26, and, ploughing a bucket of money into it, has turned it into a sophisticated jewel"

Ballycotton, in east Cork, is one of those 'hidden in plain sight' villages that every tourist would love to 'discover' as their secret, but seldom do. Instead, they take the road more travelled, bypassing the best coastal locations as they race around the island.

Perched on the side of a cliff, Ballycotton's attributes are visible from its narrow road down to its harbour and fishing boats, or on its beautiful cliff walk, which has views out to Ballycotton Lighthouse and the endless blue waters beyond.


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