Coachford is a village in Co Cork. It is located on the north side of the River Lee and is situated around a crossroads where the R618 and R619 regional roads intersect. Mallow is 32km north of the village, Macroom is 14km west, Cork City is 24km east and Bandon is 32km south. Close to Coachford is Mullinhassig Waterfall. It is about 4.8 km west of Coachford just off the Macroom Road. About 1.6 km south of Coachford on the road to Bandon is Rooves Bridge, constructed over the River Lee in the 1950s to replace the old bridge which was submerged due to the building of the hydroelectric dam at Inniscarra about 9.7 km down river. Rooves Bridge is the longest bridge spanning the River Lee. Local amenities include a GAA club, drama group, pubs and shops. There is also a national school and secondary school with the latter covering a catchment area which spreads towards Macroom and Ballincollig, Bandon and Kanturk.