Dromahane is a village in Co Cork. Located on the R619 regional road, it is 5km south west of Mallow. Centred on a main crossroads, the village overlooks the Blackwater Valley and is part of the parish of Kilshannig. An old graveyard (Kilshannig) is located north of the village and this is where legendary Irish nationalist Daniel O’Connell's maternal ancestors are buried. Also, the parents of Thomas Croke, after whom Croke Park in Dublin is named, are buried here. There are also ringforts in the area and Dromahane is close to Dromineen Castle. The nearest train station is in Mallow, which provides many other local services and amenities to the area. Dromahane has two pubs, a shop, a fast food restaurant and a point to point race track. There is also a primary school and a church. Other businesses located in the village include Nazareth House Nursing Home, helicopter hire, a joinery, printers, electricians, hauliers, plumbers, plant hire, ironmonger and agri-contractor.