Kildorrery is a village in north Cork. It lies at the crossroads of the N73 road from Mallow to Mitchelstown and the R512 from Kilmallock to Fermoy. The village is set on a hilltop and commands some scenic views. To the east are the Galtee Mountainsand Knockmealdown Mountains with Slievenamon in the fading distance. To the north the Ballyhouras – the Limerick road is flanked by two mountains, Castlegale and Carrigeenamronety. To the south, across the Blackwater Valley are the Nagle mountains, and to the west towards County Kerry the Paps are visible on a fine day. The village is host every year to the Kildorrery International Food Fair, where up to 15 local families of various nationalities, most wearing traditional native dress for the occasion, allow people to sample the cuisine of their native countries. While the local economy is largely based on agriculture, there are several other businesses in Kildorrery including several pubs and shops and a filling station. There is also a school.