Hotels in County Cork: This hotel is located at the heart of Kinsale, overlooking the harbour and marina. The hotel is situated just a 20 minute' driving distance from the energy and excitement of Cork City. The hotel enjoys close proximity to must-see attractions, including the wonderful Desmond Castle, Charles Fort, James Fort and the world-famous Old Head of Kinsale golf course. This wonderful hotel enjoys a charming design, beautifully blending with its stunning surroundings. The hotel comprises exquisitely-designed guest rooms, which ooze character and charm, with refreshing tones and a classical style. Guests can enjoy delightful dining in the restaurant. Guests who are eager to stay active while away can avail of the hotel's pool and gym.
Hotels in County Cork: This hotel offers the ideal accommodation for anyone wishing to experience the true essence of the wonderful city of Cork. Presiding with an air of grandness from the top of Military Hill in the historic area of St. Luke's, this is the perfect location for business or leisure in the heart of Cork city. The bedrooms offer guests a wide configuration Classic, Executive & Superior rooms with breath taking views of the city and harbour. The rooms are ideal to relax in, after a day of discovering city's sights or a busy day of meetings. At the Cookhouse & Bar the staff is committed to using the finest quality ingredients, always trying to source the majority of the fruit and vegetables locally. The onsite dining options provide ample seating for those choosing to enjoy a meal or beverage during their stay at this hotel. Digital TV showing all the latest sport in plasma screens and surround sound system music ensuring the perfect ambiance in modern design surroundings. This stylish property is just minutes from some of the main shopping areas and tourist attractions, including Blarney Castle, The English Market, Market Lane Shopping district and Cork City Opera House, just to name but a few.
Hotels in County Cork: Unwind with stunning rural and Atlantic views from the charming County Cork bed and breakfast, An Rosalithir. With secure off-street parking, a delicious breakfast menu and relaxing power showers, guests will enjoy genuine Irish hospitality. Just 2km from historic town of Rosscarbery, visitors can stroll the picturesque Blue Flag beaches, play pitch and putt, go deep sea and fresh water fishing, explore ancient megalithic stone tombs and traditional pubs. Host Catherine O’Sullivan provides guests with a welcome tray on arrival.
Hotels in County Cork: Admire the exceptional County Cork scenery from the comfort of a 4-star luxury home at Annabella Lodge, Mallow. With delicious home baking and fresh tea/coffee on arrival, guests experience true Irish hospitality from hosts Sean and Margaret O’Shea. The house is adjacent to Cork Racecourse, local golf courses and just five minutes from Mallow’s lively pubs and restaurant. Guests can avail of a drying room and storage for golf clothes and equipment, as well as a large secure car park. Breakfast is served in the bright, sunny conservatory.
Hotels in County Cork: Relax in the friendly and comfortable surroundings of Ard Na Greine, just 6km from Clonakilty. Host Norma Walsh provides a warm County Cork welcome with tasty home cooking, breakfast buffets and à la carte dinners. Winner of a Galtee Breakfast Award and highly recommended by Le Guide du Routard and TripAdvisor, guests will enjoy the best of Irish hospitality at the bed and breakfast. In Clonakilty visitors can enjoy Blue Flag beaches, renowned artisan foods, outdoor pursuits and a lively atmosphere. Ideally placed for trips to Kinsale, Bantry and Blarney, the house is also just 40 minutes from Cork Airport. Farmstay Experience Ard Na Greine B&B is a working dairy farm where guests can observe the milking of the cows in the morning and evening. Guests can also see the calves being fed.
Hotels in County Cork: A peaceful retreat close to Ballinhassig village and 10km from Cork city, Ardfield provides a warm welcome to guests; boasting stunning views of Owenabue Valley. Enjoy delicious home cooked breakfasts each morning (early breakfasts available on request), and indulge in tasty home baking on arrival courtesy of host Bernadette Freyne. Surrounded by the beautiful County Cork scenery, a relaxing stay is guaranteed. Farmstay Experience The Freyne family breed and train top class show jumpers and event horses. Guests are welcome to visit the stables and stroll through the lush paddocks. Bernadette and her husband love to chat to guests about their animals and their busy routine.
Hotels in County Cork: This hotel is nestled within the picturesque village of Ardgroom, in County Cork, on the spectacular Beara Peninsula. Guests can enjoy scenic views, historic sites, shores and sea angling. There is a beach 4. 8 km away called Puleen and it has a stony beach. However, there is also another beautiful sandy beach in Allihies, which is about 16 km from Ardgroom. This holiday village offers 3 holiday homes in total and has a dining room for guests. Each holiday home offers bright, spacious living accommodation with an open-plan kitchen/living/dining area. The fully fitted kitchen is equipped with all the modern conveniences, such as a fridge, cooker, microwave and tea and coffee making facilities, and the living area has an open fireplace and very high quality furnishings. Upstairs, the bedrooms comprise of one en suite double room, one twin room and one smaller double room (with a 4-foot bed). The main bathroom is upstairs and there is a WC downstairs. A TV and central heating feature as standard. Towels and bed linen are provided. From Limerick, take the N22 to Castleisland. Continue on the N23 to Farranfore. Then take the N22 to Killarney and at the 1st roundabout turn left onto the ring road for Cork. Continue towards Cork for approximately 19 km. Turn right onto the R569 for Kenmare (travellers from Cork turn left onto the R569). Once reaching Kenmare Town drive along Shelbourne Street and turn left at the post office over the bridge. Then take the first turn to the right, signposted Castletownbere. Continue along this road (R571) until reaching the village of Ardgroom. Keys are to be collected at the shop in the petrol station upon entering the town.
Hotels in County Cork: Superbly located just 10 minute’s walk from Blarney - "the biggest little village in Ireland", Ashcroft is a cosy retreat in gorgeous County Cork. Guests can enjoy pretty gardens, sumptuous home baking and secure private parking. Visitors can kiss the famous Blarney Stone, housed in the historic 15th century Blarney Castle and enjoy the village’s natural scenery, bustling restaurants and lively pubs. With golf, angling and scenic nature trails in abundance, visitors will experience the very best of the region.
Hotels in County Cork: Relax in the cosy surroundings and beautiful landscaped gardens of Ashgrove, County Cork. Host Margaret Kelly provides a welcoming home from home, treating guests to tasty Irish breakfasts each morning. Just a five-minute walk from the historic port town of Kinsale, guests can indulge in its renowned gourmet food scene, golf, fish, sail and learn about the town’s fascinating medieval past.
Hotels in County Cork: Within a wonderful mid-19th century house, this charming hotel has an excellent location in the heart of Cork City Centre, on Coburg Street / Devonshire Street. The Ashley Hotel is easily accessible for the airport only 8km journey. The train and bus stations are only a 10 minutes walk from the hotel. The main shopping centre and Corks bustling St. Patrick's Street are literally just around the corner. The Ashley Hotel offers a secure car park with CCTV coverage and a 24h front desk service. The Ashley Hotel is a pet friendly property. The hotel offers a secure pet kennel facility available on-site. Please notify the hotel in advance for arrangements.
Hotels in County Cork: With spectacular views of Bantry Bay, Atlantic Shore is a cosy retreat in idyllic County Cork. Host Maggie Doyle pampers guests will delicious freshly baked bread and scones each morning, as well as the renowned full Irish breakfast. Guests are ideally placed to explore Ireland’s most impressive peninsulas (Mizen Head, Beara and Sheep’s Head) and experience the wild scenery the country’s known for. A picturesque market town, visitors will enjoy Bantry’s friendly atmosphere. With attractions such as the historic Bantry House and Gardens, Glengarriff Nature Reserve, Bantry Museum and a range of outdoor activities, visitors will have a memorable stay.
Hotels in County Cork: It's a county of exceptional scenery, charming towns and villages and warm, hospitable people. It's known as Ireland's gourmet county, with fresh seafood and excellent local produce and an array of critically acclaimed restaurants. Establishments situated in the area of Cork, B&B's 3* or above. The name of the B&B will be confirmed 3 days after the booking has been made.
Hotels in County Cork: A 10-minute stroll from the popular village of Blarney, guests can relax in the modern and comfortable Beechwood House, County Cork. Enjoy steaming power showers, mouthwatering breakfasts and private parking in this friendly, family-run bed and breakfast. Admire the historic Blarney Castle, kiss the famous Blarney Stone and peruse village’s variety of great shops, restaurants and pubs. Superbly located for day trips to Cork city, the Jameson Heritage Centre in Midleton and the fabulous Fota Wildlife Park, the Dawes family gladly advise guests on local information and directions
Hotels in County Cork: This luxurious guesthouse in Cork City is the ideal base for exploring all that this beautiful Cork City and the south west of Ireland has to offer. Set on its own tranquil gardens with cascades, ponds and gazebo, there is ample private parking for all the guests' cars. The hotel accommodation has gained a wonderful reputation for its warm welcome. All of the guests are offered a drink on arrival with something warm and delicious from the oven. Cork City has been acclaimed by the Lonely Planet Guide as one of the top 10 places to visit in the world. But be assured, you will not be lonely if you visit Cork. You'll find the people here warm, friendly and always happy to help.
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Hotels in County Cork: This welcoming hotel is located in the picture-perfect town of Blarney, only around 9 km from the centre of Cork. From the hotel, guests are offered a stunning view of the town. It is the ideal starting point for visits around Blarney Castle or the Woollen Mills. Links to the public transport network, the nearest nightclub, the main train station, shopping venues and Cork airport lie around 9 km from the hotel (roughly 20 minutes away). Restaurants, bars, pubs and a river are to be found in near vicinity to the hotel. The nearest lake is around 2 km away, the nearest park is roughly 18 km away and the sea is only around 25 km from the hotel. Built in 1837, the hotel comprises a total of 13 rooms spread over 3 floors. The inviting lobby features a reception and the hotel also offers a bar and an à la carte restaurant with high chairs for infants available for use. In addition to this, a conference room is also offered. Those arriving by car may make use of the hotel car park. Room service is also available. There is also a bicycle storage facility in the hotel. The hotel has been family run for three generations and is built in traditional Irish style. The tastefully decorated rooms come with a bathroom with hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, radio and an Internet connection. In addition, a tea/coffee maker, double or king-sized bed, carpeting and heating. Roughly 15 km away guests will find the nearest golf course.
Hotels in County Cork: The property consists of 64 rooms. This popular hotel provides the ideal base for exploring the area.
Hotels in County Cork: Awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, Blarney Vale House is a bright, spacious 4-star approved home in breathtaking County Cork. Host Anne Hennessy treats guests to delicious homemade breakfasts made from locally sourced produce and shares her extensive local knowledge. Only five minutes from the centre of Blarney, visitors can explore Blarney Castle, home to the famous Blarney Stone, and also enjoy nearby heritage centres, beautiful walking trails, golf, cycling and fishing amenities. An ideal location to tour the stunning South West of Ireland from, guests can also explore Cork city, Cobh and Midleton.
Hotels in County Cork: Blarney Woollen Mills Hotel situated in the picturesque village of Blarney adjacent to the famous Blarney Castle has 48 luxurious bedrooms, many with a view overlooking the castle. Relax & unwind in our boutique hotel, savour the tempting dishes our Chef has to offer in our Grill Bar Restaurant, have a pint of the black stuff in Christys Bar, take a work out in our fitness center. If its retail therapy your after, look no further, located under the same roof is the famous Blarney Woollen Mills Store with Meadows & Byrne where you can shop for Knitwear, pottery & a lot more.
Hotels in County Cork: Bridgeview Farmhouse is a comfy getaway nestled between Kinsale and Clonakilty, County Cork. Guests can enjoy mouthwatering home baking, authentic Irish hospitality and superb local knowledge from host Marion Moloney. Just 12. 5km from Kinsale’s gourmet restaurants, gorgeous beaches, golf, horse riding and fishing amenities, visitors can experience the best of the region’s scenery. The house accommodates pets with indoor and outdoor facilities and is just 40 minutes from Cork Airport.
Hotels in County Cork: This bed and breakfast is beautifully located just 1 km away from Bantry, in Cork. The property is located just 3 km away from the Bantry Bay Golf Club. Guests will find themselves less than 20 km away from the wonderful Conigar Bog Natural Heritage area and the Glengarriff Nature Reserve. Hungry Hill Bog Natural Heritage Area is just 39 km away. This charming property affords visitors the perfect opportunity to explore the beauty of the Irish countryside. Guests are welcomed with traditional hospitality. The guest rooms are minimalist in style, offering comfort and convenience. Guests can enjoy a rich, hearty, Irish breakfast in the mornings, for a sublime start to the day.
Hotels in County Cork: Unwind in a spacious family home in the heart of the Cúil Aodha Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking) region, at Bun A Bhaile, County Cork. A relaxed atmosphere awaits guests, with a delicious breakfast menu, sumptuous home baking and private parking all part of the service. Sitting by the banks of the tranquil River Sullane and only 4km from the pretty village of Ballyvourney, visitors are ideally located for tours of the unrivalled Cork and Kerry landscapes.
Hotels in County Cork: This family hotel is located in peaceful surrounds and offers wonderful views out over the Baltimore Bay. Renovated in 1997, this hotel offers a total of 14 rooms. Guests may pay a visit to the traditional Irish pub or à la carte restaurant with seafood specialities and make use of the conference room and car park. The comfortable rooms come with an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer. Additional facilities include a direct dial telephone, satellite/ cable TV, a radio and Internet access. Various water sports are on offer to guests to this hotel, as are various trips (additional fee applies for these). A breakfast buffet is available every morning. We offer a la carte, & Bar food menusSituated in the delightful sailing and fishing villageof Baltimore Casey's offers cosy accommodationand superb food. From Cork take N71 to Skibbereen, then the R595 to Baltimore.
Hotels in County Cork: An exquisite Georgian country house overlooking Ballycotton Bay, Castle Farm is a rural getaway in idyllic County Cork. Exuding history and charm, the house is nestled on the grounds of a working farm and offers stunning Atlantic views. Guests can indulge in delicious breakfasts of organic local produce and enjoy host Margaret Leahy’s 30 year’s hospitality experience. Just five minutes from Blue Flag awarded Garryvoe Beach; visitors can take seaside walks, fish, swim and admire the unparalleled panoramas. Guests can also enjoy gourmet food and a lively atmosphere in the nearby historic town of Youghal.
Hotels in County Cork: Nestled between Blarney and Killarney, this hotel is the ideal base to explore the scenic south-west of Ireland. It is 41 km from Cork. Killarney and Inchydoney Beach are both around 47 km away. The Blarney Stone is some 33 km away and Fota Wildlife Park is roughly 58 km from the property. Airports in the surrounding area include Cork Airport (some 42 km away), Kerry Airport (62 km), Shannon Airport (136 km) and Waterford Airport (168 km). Guests at this hotel can enjoy luxurious accommodation units, attentive friendly service, an award-winning bar, a restaurant and a car park. This family-friendly hotel and spa complex offers a total of 58 rooms. The hotel has a lobby, lift access to the rooms, a café, conference facilities and room service (for a fee). The rooms offer an en suite bathroom with a shower, bath and hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, a radio, Internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and an ironing set. The hotel offers a 16-metre heated indoor swimming pool, steam room, spa pool, kids' pool and gym. Massage treatments are available (for a fee). Golf is also available (for a fee); Macroom Golf Club is around 2 minutes' drive away. The nearby beach is sandy.
Hotels in County Cork: There are a total of 109 rooms on the premises. This popular hotel offers the perfect stay for business and leisure travellers alike.
Hotels in County Cork: With beautiful views over Rosscarbery Bay, this West Cork hotel has a pool, gym and beauty/massage treatments. Located in Rosscarbery town, it is a 10-minute drive from Clonakilty. The leisure centre at Celtic Ross also offers a baby pool, bubble pool, steam room and sauna, which are free to use. The Serenity Rooms offers a range of beauty and massage treatments. The kids club is open during all school holidays and is free to residents. Skibbereen & West Carbery Golf Club, which is 20 minutes' drive away. Eat and drink in the cosy Kingfisher Bar, and capture bay views in the conservatory lounge. The Kingfisher Bistro serves breakfast and dinner. Many rooms at Celtic Ross Conference and Leisure Centre have sea views. Located on the N71 the hotel is one hour from Cork Airport, Ringaskiddy ferry terminal and is ideal for exploring West Cork. Water sports, fishing, dolphin watching and beaches are all nearby.
Hotels in County Cork: Sitting on mature, landscaped gardens, Channel View offers unique Atlantic vistas and the peaceful surroundings of beautiful County Cork. A spacious residence with en-suite rooms and private parking, it’s just 1km from the pictorial fishing village of Baltimore. Visitors can fish, swim, dive, sail, shop, enjoy scenic nature trails, explore the wilds of Cape Clear and Sherkin Island and even go whale watching. With an array of acclaimed restaurants and pubs, visitors have their choice of where to relax after a day’s activity.
Hotels in County Cork: This hotel is located in Charleville, a busy town on the northern boundary of County Cork, on the main Cork/Limerick road. The centre of Charleville, where guests will find shops, restaurants, bars, nightspots and links to the public transport network, is a 15-minute walk from the hotel. Walking trips, De Valera's Cottage, fishing and biking can all be found in the immediate vicinity. It is a mere 20-minute drive from Limerick and a 50-minute drive from Cork. Shannon Airport is roughly 60 km away and it is roughly 67 km to Cork International Airport. Built in 2008, this is the first major development of its kind in the town and is quickly becoming the focal point for business and pleasure in the area. Its imposing presence at the outskirts of Charleville town on the border between Cork and Limerick makes this hotel in Charleville the perfect location for business or pleasure right in the heart of Munster. Designed to the highest standards, the overwhelming sense of space is one of the first things guests will notice when they enter the lobby. This family-friendly hotel is ideal for business travellers and holidaymakers alike and comprises a total of 91 rooms including 2 suites, 4 junior suites and 4 villas. Facilities on offer to guests at this air-conditioned establishment include a lobby area with a 24-hour reception and check-out service, a hotel safe, a currency exchange facility, a bar and a restaurant. There are conference facilities and guests may take advantage of the Internet access and room and laundry services. Parking is available for those arriving by car.
Hotels in County Cork: This fantastic boutique hotel boasts a prime location in Cork, situated in a quiet residential area but at only a few minutes from the city centre, offering an ideal base for tourists as well as for business travellers. Local attractions such as Fota Wildlife Park and Barnley Castley are easy reachable within 15 minutes by car and the airport is around 8 km distance from the property. The hotel rooms present a stylish contemporary decoration and are designed with guests' comfort in mind. Room facilities include free Wi-Fi access, coffee and tea making facilities and high-quality furniture. The on-site restaurant invites guests to relish modern bistro cuisine as well as a fine selection of quality wines, while enjoying incredible views of Cork city. Those looking to stay active may take advantage of the gym facilities offered by the hotel and everyone can enjoy relaxing moments in the sauna, steam room or Jacuzzi.
Hotels in County Cork: This attractive contemporary hotel is located opposite the city hall, with a view of the River Lee. It is located just a two-minute walk from the shopping and entertainment district of the city. It is also around 6 km from Cork airport. The hotel comprises a total of 197 guest rooms. Dining options include a snug bar and Augustines restaurant with a non-smoking area. A public Internet terminal is also available to the guests. Preferential car parking rates apply to hotel residents using Lapps Quay Car Park. Guests may enjoy an 18-metre indoor swimming pool and a children's pool. Essence Spa is available for beauty and therapeutic treatments which are subject to additional charges. Breakfast may be selected from a buffet.
Hotels in County Cork: Stylish, spacious rooms, landscaped gardens, and an à la carte restaurant are offered at this 4-star hotel. Less than 5 minutes' drive from Cork's centre, guests have free access to the adjacent leisure centre. There is free parking on site and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, which is entirely non-smoking. With elegant, modern décor, the rooms at Clayton Hotel Silver Springs include fluffy duvets and hypo-allergenic pillows. Guests can enjoy wide-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Some rooms boast views of the River Lee or the gardens. With a 30 yards swimming pool, a hot tub, and a modern gym, the adjacent health club offers free access to hotel guests. Guests can relax in the sauna and steam room, or enjoy the squash and tennis courts. All guests under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by an adult or a legal guardian to stay in a room.
Hotels in County Cork: This hotel enjoys a peaceful and secluded location, on the south coast of Ireland and within easy reach of the second largest natural harbour in the world. Through is close distance to Cork airport, the hotel distinguishes itself though it's convenient accessibility. The centre of Cork lies about 25 km away and the nearest airport is around 15 minutes away. The hotel is designed in Irish country house style and comprises a total of 42 rooms. As well as an elegant lobby area the hotel also offers its guests a lounge with a fireplace, a cosy bar and an à la carte restaurant offering a mixture of traditional and modern cuisine. Younger guests may additionally let off steam in the playroom. For guests arriving by car, there is car parking offered outside the hotel. Each of our 40 spacious guestrooms are decorated to the highest standards and each are matched with elegant bathrooms. Each guestroom features direct dial telephone, multi-channel TV, laundry service and tea/coffee facilities. Many enjoy magnificent uninterrupted views over Cork Harbour (supplement applies). Relax in O'Sheas Bar with our resident musicians and friendly locals. Music every Friday and Saturday Night. Trad Nights Wed and Sunday in high season (July/August).
Hotels in County Cork: This 4 star hotel is located close to the airport of Cork and was established in 2001. It is a short drive away from the Cork City and the nearest station is n/a. The Hotel has a restaurant, a bar, a conference room and a coffee shop. All 81 rooms are equipped with minibar, hairdryer, trouser press and ironing set.
Hotels in County Cork: With spectacular scenery and spacious, luxury accommodation, a restful stay is assured at Davmar, County Cork. An elegant, purpose-built home just 0. 8km from the pretty village of Blarney, visitors can explore the 600-year-old Blarney Castle and kiss the famous Blarney Stone housed within it. With golf, scenic nature trails and shopping in the renowned Blarney Woollen Mills craft store nearby, visitors will have an enjoyably busy stay.
Hotels in County Cork: A friendly, family-run bed and breakfast just 1km from beautiful Bantry, Doire Liath is a cosy haven in picturesque County Cork. Perfect for tours of Ireland’s three most spectacular peninsulas - Sheep’s Head, Mizen and Beara - visitors will be in awe of the landscape’s natural beauty. Hosts Sean and Therese Linehan pamper guests with delicious home baking and the finest locally sourced ingredients. Only a five-minute stroll from Bantry town centre, guests can fish, swim, sail, enjoy harbour views and indulge in the area’s acclaimed gourmet dining scene.
Hotels in County Cork: Welcoming guests since 1965, Dromcloc House has been in the Crowley family for five generations and offers the finest County Cork hospitality. Guests can enjoy rural life, shore fishing, boat trips, traditional Irish music and a private tennis court. Just 4km from beautiful Bantry, the house boasts gorgeous views of the town’s bay, visitors can enjoy both town and country life from this cosy bed and breakfast. Farmstay Experience Dromcloc House is a working dairy farmhouse and guests are welcome to watch as the cows are being milked, guest may also have a stroll around the farm. The Farm overlooks the sea; with the Caha Mountains and Beara Peninsula as a backdrop this area in West Cork is one of the most scenic views in the world. A walk along the farm shoreline at sunset is beautiful.
Hotels in County Cork: This charming hotel enjoys a unique location in Cork, just a 15-minute walk from the city centre and a short driving distance from Garnish Island, a very popular tourist attraction in Ireland. This family-run property boasts stunning views over the Bantry Bay and Beara Peninsula, offering a warm atmosphere in which all visitors may feel right at home. This property provides a host of contemporary design guest rooms that combine aesthetics and comfort with convincing functionality. They all come with heating and are decorated with light colours and elegant wooden furnishings. A delicious Irish breakfast is served daily and guests staying at this stylish establishment may have the chance to try a wide choice of homemade dishes including fish dishes.
Hotels in County Cork: There are a total of 12 rooms on the premises. This attractive hotel provides the ideal base for both sightseeing and business.
Hotels in County Cork: A rural getaway in a pictorial setting, Ellamore is the ideal place to unwind. With beautiful vistas of the acclaimed County Cork landscape, guests can relax in spacious rooms and enjoy delicious breakfasts. Just 3km from the busy village of Innishannon, which holds an annual Steam and Vintage Rally, the house is also close to golf, fishing and horse riding amenities. A superb base for tours of Cobh, Blarney, West Cork and Kerry, ideal base for touring The Wild Atlantic Way. Hosts Kathleen and John Cummins offer a warm Irish welcome. Indoor and outdoor pet facilities are available.
Hotels in County Cork: An award-winning bed and breakfast in the renowned County Cork countryside, Findus House is a peaceful haven. Guests pamper guests with sumptuous breakfasts including freshly baked scones, tasty pancakes and the traditional full Irish. The ideal location to tour the region’s exceptional natural beauty, the town of Macroom with its lively markets, great fishing and golf, is 9. 5km away. Kids can also explore Ireland’s only toy soldier factory in nearby Kilnamartyra and make some soldiers of their own.
Hotels in County Cork: Located in the historical village of Glanmire only a 15 minute drive from Cork International Airport, it is a gateway to the South of Ireland. Cork city is only a 5 minute drive away. During your stay you can enjoy delicious modern European food in the Crawford's Bar & Lounge. Other amenities include en suite rooms, extensive conference and banqueting facilities. The comfortable rooms all come with en suite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms are well- equipped as standard. Crawfords Restaurant offers an array of Irish and International dishes, with daily specials including a catch of the day, which cater for the wide cultural palate now very much part of a modern Ireland.
Hotels in County Cork: Admire the exceptional natural beauty of County Cork from the comfort of 4-star bed and breakfast, Flushing Meadow. Hosts Anne and James Casey have been welcoming guests for 12 years and are always on hand to advise guests on local attractions. Nestled in Owenabue Valley, just 20 minute’s drive from Cork city, the area is renowned for its award-winning restaurants and artisan cheeses, as well as its traditional style pubs. Only 12km from the pictorial fishing port of Kinsale, visitors can indulge in gourmet dining, enjoy an array of water sports and historical tours of the town.
Hotels in County Cork: This wonderful hotel boasts a great position in a private island and within easy access from Cork's downtown, where visitors may find plenty of entertainment, shopping and dining options at hand as well as sightseeing attractions. The resort offers breath-taking views to the nearby woodlands and several golf courses, allowing its visitors to truly relax and breathe fresh air in a beautiful setting. All the comfortable and charming guest rooms and suites are lavishly appointed and count with an impressive array of modern amenities and exclusive services to ensure a memorable stay. Corporate travellers might take advantage of the meeting and business facilities on-site to hold any kind of event and everyone may wish to relax at the well-appointed spa centre after a busy day of working or sightseeing.
Hotels in County Cork: A beautiful family-run home in an idyllic lakeside setting, Fountain House, County Cork, provides an authentic Irish welcome. Sitting on magnificent landscaped gardens, guests can enjoy an extensive breakfast menu, private parking and delicious home baking. Only 4km from the market town of Macroom, visitors can admire ancient Macroom Castle, take scenic strolls by the River Sullane, enjoy walking tours of the Lee Valley, golf and fishing. Outdoor pet accommodation is available.
Hotels in County Cork: This historical guest house is situated amidst the beauty and splendour of County Cork, in Ireland. The guest house is located just a 5 minutes' walking distance from the centre of Cork City, where guests will find themselves surrounded by attractions, shopping opportunities, dining options and entertainment venues. The guest house lies just 200 metres away from Kent Train Station, while the airport is a 15 minutes' driving distance away. The famous Blarney Stone is just 8 km from the guest house. Guests can explore the beauty of the fishing port town of Kinsale, which is just a 30 minutes' driving distance away. This charming guest house enjoys a classical design. Dating back to the early 20th century, the property has beautifully retained many orginial features. This establishment features beautifully-designed guest rooms, which offer a comfortable setting in which to unwind.
Hotels in County Cork: Located directly beside the sea and an 8 km long stretch of sandy beach, this popular hotel lies some 20 km from Fota Wildlife Park. Midleton train station is only 20 minutes by taxi. The lively harbour city of Cork is about 35 km away and Cork airport can easily be reached in just 30 minutes by making use of the public transport services. The hotel comprises a total of 50 rooms and facilities include a foyer with lifts, as well as a bar and an à la carte restaurant. Guests have access to a well-kept garden. Each of the elegant, welcoming rooms comes with an en suite bathroom, a direct dial telephone, satellite/ cable TV and Internet access. Some with Ocean views.
Hotels in County Cork: Located in the heart of the peaceful village of Glengarriff, this hotel in County Cork sits at the entrance to the Blue Pool Park and Garnish Island. The hotel is well known for its magical scenery, surrounded by hills and mountains and glittering blue seas, overlooking Bantry Bay. The beach at Glengarriff is around 220 m away and the ferry to Garnish Island is around 550 m away. Bantry Bay is some 18 km away, the beginning of the Ring of Kerry roughly 35 km away, Killarney some 60 km, Cork around 92 km and Dingle some 124 km away. The airports in the surrounding area are Kerry Airport (roughly 76 km away), Cork Airport (92 km), Shannon Airport (194 km) and Waterford Airport (218 km). The hotel provides a total of 26 luxurious rooms and a pub, offering excellent bistro dining and traditional live Irish music. This family-friendly country house offers facilities including a lobby, lift access to the rooms, a breakfast room, room service and a car park. The rooms offer an en suite bathroom with shower, bath and hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, satellite TV, tea and coffee making facilities and an ironing set. Sailing, golf and horse riding are available (fees apply to all). The nearby beach is sandy and pebbly. It is situated opposite the entrance to the Blue Pool Ferry and next door to the Glenaran Irish Market.
Hotels in County Cork: Admire the exceptional County Cork scenery from the secluded haven of Glenmaroon House. A modern, spacious home, guests can enjoy steaming power showers and avail of secure private parking. Only 1km from the pretty village of Blarney, visitors can explore the ancient Blarney Castle, home to the Blarney Stone, and a wealth of stunning natural scenery. Golf, fishing and idyllic walking and cycling trails are all nearby, showcasing the area’s renowned landscape.
Hotels in County Cork: Just 2 miles from the centre of Cork city and 4 miles from Blarney Castle, Great National Commons Inn Hotel has free Wi-Fi and free parking on site. Blackpool retail park, shopping centre and cinema is less than 10 minutes' walk away. Rooms are light and traditionally furnished, and each benefits from a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and an en suite bathroom with free toiletries. The Commons' bar is large and friendly, and the restaurant is modern in design. There is an extensive carvery lunch menu every day of the week, and in the evening traditional favourites are served. There is a bus stop just outside, which can take you into Cork's centre. Fota Wildlife Park is 16 km away, and Mallow Racecourse is 25 km from the building. A pre-authorization of your credit card for the full amount of your stay will be taken 48 hours prior to arrival. For debit cards, the card will be charged the full amount of your stay after 14:00 the day prior to arrival. If a card declines the hotel will contact the guest to ensure they are arriving and get alternative card details.
Hotels in County Cork: Enjoy the tranquil surroundings of County Cork from the cosy and comfortable farmhouse, Grey Gables. Only 12km from Kinsale, visitors will revel in the lively atmosphere of the historic fishing port and enjoy renowned gourmet restaurants, great golf, fishing and a wealth of fun water sports and outdoor activities. Grey Gables is in close proximity to Cork Airport (17km). The house is also close to Innishannon village (5km) and is an ideal starting point for anyone wishing to follow the Wild Atlantic Way through West Cork famed for its hospitality, food and beautiful scenery . 20km from Cork City allowing guests to enjoy its many attractions such as The old English market, Cork City Gaol, Blarney Castle, Fota wild life park , to mention but a few. We look forward to warmly welcoming you to Grey Gables.
Hotels in County Cork: This stunning property features a prime situation right in the heart of Cork, one of Ireland's largest cities. It is located on the cusp of the city centre, just a 10-minute walking distance from Hayfield Manor and a few steps from St. Patricks Street and the heart of the shopping district. Golfers will find many challenges and holes to test their abilities in Old Head Golf Links, located some 44 kilometres from the hotel. A wide choice of tastefully decorated guest rooms is at visitors' disposal, each offering a wonderful design with antique furnishings and exquisite fabrics. Gastronomy enthusiasts will appreciate the award winning gourmet dining restaurants, and those wishing to pamper themselves can visit the state-of-the-art spa to enjoy a unique moment of relaxation.
Hotels in County Cork: The Hibernian Hotel is situated on the centre of Mallow, offereing you a 20 metre swimming poil, a leisure club, bar and bistro. Every elegant room offers a flat screen tv, ensuite bathroom with tea, coffee facilities. The hotel offers a wide range of dining facilities, including the Blackwater Restaurant with its extensive A La Carte menu, and Hi-b bar which seved food till late. Guests can park in the public car park at the rear of the hotel. You can obtain a free parking permit from the Hibernian Hotel Leisure Centre.
Hotels in County Cork: A delightful Victorian terraced house just 1km from Cork city centre, Higgin’s B&B is wrapped in ivy and oozes character. Nestled in a secluded spot overlooking the city, the house is just 20 minutes from Cork Airport and in walking distance of all major attractions. Tour the exquisite St. Anne’s Church, built in the 18th century, it houses the famous Shandon Bells. Visitors can even herald their arrival in the city by ringing the bells themselves. Sample artisan food at the renowned English Market, visit the spooky Cork City Gaol and peruse the wonderful Crawford Municipal Art Gallery.
Hotels in County Cork: An exceptional home in idyllic County Donegal, Hollycrest Lodge has been pampering guests with genuine Irish hospitality for the last 20 years. Nestled just 1km from the pictorial fishing village of Killybegs, visitors can enjoy superb fishing, angling, boat tours, kayaking, paddle boarding, sailing, scuba diving, rock climbing, bird watching and horse riding. A wealth of golf courses and serene walking and hiking routes will also keep visitors busy in the great outdoors. Guests are sure to experience the best of beautiful Donegal from this cosy bed and breakfast.
Hotels in County Cork: This boutique hotel in Cork is just a 5-minute walk from the city centre, the English Market and Shandon Steeple. There are also buses to Cork Airport, which are only a 10-minute walk from the establishment. It offers spacious rooms which are fully fitted with a kitchen and furnished with modern amenities. The critically acclaimed, Greene's Restaurant, is on-site at this hotel and located under a stone archway, with its own courtyard garden and waterfall. This restaurant offers a unique setting in Cork with specialty fish and seafood dishes. Guests are sure to have a delightful stay at this property.
Hotels in County Cork: This hotel is located in the heart of Cork in the shopping and commercial district. It offers guests an ideal base for short trips to the city at the weekend or trips to explore the southwest of Ireland. This hotel enjoys an almost perfect location. It is around 100 m from the bus station and the railway station. Moreover, guests will find The Classic nightclub only 200 m away. Built in 1813, this hotel was recently renovated. It combines the traditional with the contemporary to create a unique, warm and inviting personal atmosphere. The refurbishment of the hotel has touched upon every area of its service, creating 130 beautiful rooms, including 42 new contemporary design superior rooms and a fantastic Penthouse suite with breathtaking views of the city of Cork. Facilities on offer include a lobby area with a reception desk manned around the clock, a safe, a currency exchange facility, a cloakroom and 3 lifts. The Pembroke Restaurant serves excellent food in an enchanting, spacious and elegant ambiance, while the food hall provides guests with a place for sociable lunches and simple, but delicious food. Guests may take their morning coffee or a simple lunch at the Lafayette guesthouse, away from the busy city or sink into the soft leather sofa in South's Bar and watch the world go by. Furthermore, there is public Internet access available for guests' use as well as room and laundry services. There is parking available for those arriving by car (fees applied).
Hotels in County Cork: This hotel is beautifully located on the banks of the River Lee in Cork. The hotel is located just a short distance away from an array of shopping, entertainment and dining venues. Links to the public transport network are to be found just 200 metres away. the airport is situated just 6 km from the hotel. Guests will find themselves in a great location from which to explore the history and beauty of the city. This wonderful hotel tempts guests into a world of tradition and elegance. The guest rooms are exquisitely designed, offering a haven of peace and serenity in which to unwind at the end of the day. Guests can enjoy delightful dining at this wonderful hotel.
Hotels in County Cork: Tucked away at the end of a terrace, Kent House is a home from home, just 10 minute’s walk from Cork city centre. A charming period townhouse built in the 1850s, it boasts spacious en-suite rooms, delicious breakfasts and home baked treats. Ideally located near the city’s bus and train stations, guests can enjoy artisan foods at the English Market, admire the stunning architecture of St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, enjoy entertainment in one of the city’s many theatres and hear great music in its abundance of lively pubs.
Hotels in County Cork: Boasting a stunning setting amidst the charm and splendour of West Cork, this delightful bed and breakfast offers guests an enviable location. The establishment is located in close proximity to a number of attractions in the area, offering guests the perfect setting from which to explore the splendour and delights that it has to offer. Situated on sprawling, split-level gardens, this charming bed and breakfast offers the perfect place in which to enjoy a relaxing holiday. The guest rooms are superbly appointed, providing the ideal setting in which to completely relax and unwind at the end of the day. Guests will be impressed by the comfort and convenience that they receive at this establishment.
Hotels in County Cork: Relax in a 4-star luxury home among the idyllic County Cork scenery. Purpose-built, Killarney House sits on an acre of landscaped gardens and overlooks Blarney village. Guests can indulge in king-size memory foam beds, cosy under-floor heating and a guest living room. The house is only 1km from ancient Blarney Castle, home to the famous Blarney Stone, and the village’s nature trails and picturesque surroundings. Ideal for day trips to nearby Cork city, Cobh, Fota Wildlife Park and Midleton, guests can experience the region’s renowned culture and friendly locals.
Hotels in County Cork: Unwind in the peaceful County Cork countryside at cosy Knockawn Wood. Only five minutes from historical Blarney village and 15 minutes from Cork city, guests can enjoy the area’s renowned surroundings from this welcoming haven. Host Ita O’Donovan treats guests to tea and homemade scones on arrival and has a wealth of local knowledge to share. Visitors can explore the famous Blarney Castle which dates back to 1446 and kiss the Blarney Stone, which is said to give people the gift of eloquence. Guests can also enjoy cycling, nature trails, golf and fishing in the area.
Hotels in County Cork: Enjoy Michelin Guide recommended luxury at the newly-built La Cita bed and breakfast, County Cork. Family-run, guests can relax with steaming power showers, modern en-suite rooms, tasty breakfasts and extra large family bedrooms. The house is on a local bus route and is just 2km from both Blarney village and Cork city. With a 4-star rating, guests are sure to enjoy the very best of Irish hospitality from host Siobhán O’Leary. Please note Check in Time is 4. 30pm to 7pm. For alternative check in time, please contact Siobhan.
Hotels in County Cork: There are a total of 48 rooms on the premises. This popular hotel provides the ideal base for exploring the area.
Hotels in County Cork: This wonderful bed and breakfast lies just 1 km away from Blarney Castle, amidst the beauty and charm of the Irish countryside. Blarney Village is just a 15 minutes' walk away. The bed and breakfast is just a 15 minutes' driving distance away from Cork City. The airport is a 25 minutes' drive away. Guests will find themselves surrounded by ample opportunities for exploration and discovery. The property is just a 30 minutes' drive from the Jameson Experience and the Queenstown Story. This charming property delivers a warm welcome, traditional hospitality and the promise of a memorable stay. The guest rooms are elegantly designed, exuding charm and serenity. Guests will be pleased by the delightful breakfast that is served in the mornings.
Hotels in County Cork: A beautiful, spacious home nestled on mature gardens, guests can truly unwind at Lis-Ardagh Lodge, County Cork. Complete with a mini gym and sauna, relaxation is most definitely the order of the day. Just 8km from bustling Skibbereen, guests care ideally placed to take on the acclaimed West Cork landscape. Visitors can enjoy gourmet food and lively pubs in Union Hall and Skibbereen, admire the stunning Lough Hyne, follow nature trails and learn more about the historical town at the Skibbereen Heritage Centre.
Hotels in County Cork: This charming family-friendly hotel and SPA complex lies just a short distance from the heart of Kinsale town and the Old Head. Set on 90 acres of mature wooded parkland with panoramic views overlooking Oysterhaven Bay, this hotel comprises 128 guestrooms which are air-conditioned and provided with all amenities guests may need during their stay, whether travelling on business or leisure. The area offers a wide range of maritime activities, gourmet restaurants and golf courses. Guests who prefer to stay at the hotel can enjoy facilities such as a 20-metre deck-level swimming pool complete with a hydrotherapy relaxation section. Parents can watch their children splash about in the kids' swimming pool. A well-equipped gym is provided for guests who wish to stay in shape, while those who require pampering can give themselves over to various SPA procedures and massage treatments.
Hotels in County Cork: This award-winning guest house is located just a short walking distance away from the town centre of Clonakilty. The guest house is set in West Cork, amidst the beauty and splendour of the Irish countryside. The guest house is just a 10 minutes' driving distance away from Dunmore Golf Club. This wonderful property lies just a few minutes' drive away from the beautiful, sandy beach of Inchydoney. This charming property is sure to impress. The guest rooms are elegantly designed, featuring wooden floors and crisp-white tones, complemented by rich colours. Guests can relax and unwind in the evenings, in the comfortable lounge. The guest house also offers a superb breakfast in the mornings, ensuring a great start to the day.
Hotels in County Cork: Enjoy exceptional mountain views in an idyllic County Cork location at Magannagan Farm. Tucked away just 3km from beautiful Glengarriff, the bed and breakfast is ideal for tours of the renowned Ring of Kerry, Ring of Beara and walks of Sugarloaf Mountain. With tasty home baking and tea/coffee on arrival, guests can also enjoy great walks, fishing and golfing. Renowned for its natural beauty, visitors can explore Glengarriff Nature Reserve, the pictorial Garinish Island and Glengarriff Castle.
Hotels in County Cork: One of the best located hotels in Cork City, this urban hotel is found in the heart of Corks' historic cultural quarter, nestled by the famous Shandon Bells and on the doorstep of Cork newest premier shopping district, Opera Lane and Corks main thoroughfare St Patrick's Street. This property brings travellers that little bit closer to the delights the city has to offer. The warm, renowned welcome of the staff will make travellers' experience unforgettable. Designed with guests' needs in mind, the spacious and bright accommodation units have been completely equipped to provide a homely atmosphere. With superb accommodation in Cork City, excellent food in the restaurant and full leisure facilities including a 20-metre pool, this Cork City hotel is perfect for both business and leisure visitors.
Hotels in County Cork: Admire beautiful landscaped grounds and the tranquil air of Marguerites bed and breakfast. An excellent base for tours of West Cork, guests can also enjoy the lively town of Skibbereen just 1km away. Ireland’s most southerly town, Skibbereen has a bustling atmosphere and is renowned for its artisan food and crafts. Visitors can golf, fish, cycle, follow scenic nature trails and walking routes and end the day with gourmet food and great fun in one of the town’s acclaimed pubs or restaurants.
Hotels in County Cork: Splendid scenery, ancient history, world-class golf, and fantastic food are just a few. Now add another to the list, a stylish Bantry Bay hotel called The Maritime Hotel. This West Cork hotel offers contemporary accommodation in beautiful Bantry, West Cork. Our contemporary hotel offers on one and two bedroom suites which are ideal for families, offering flexibility along with many of the comforts of home.
Hotels in County Cork: This hotel is located in Douglas, in Co. Cork. The hotel is located within easy access of the many attractions that the South of Ireland has to offer. Guests can enjoy a wealth of delightful shopping, dining and entertainment venues nearby. This hotel is conveniently located just 15. 2 km away from Cork Airport. This luxurious hotel is set amidst 5. 6 acres of gardens, enjoying a long history and exuding culture and tradition. The guest rooms are modern in design, offering style and elegance in a peaceful setting. Guests can enjoy a delectable dining experience in the relaxing surroundings of the restaurant. Guests can sit back and unwind in the Garden Room, and enjoy a delightful afternoon tea.
Hotels in County Cork: Take in stunning Atlantic vistas from Mount View, nestled in the pretty seaside town of Cobh, County Cork. A picturesque Victorian town with a rich heritage, it was the RMS Titanic’s last port of call before she set sail on her tragic maiden voyage and is also the burial place of those who lost their lives on the RMS Lusitania. Visitors can explore the Titanic Experience, make a splash in the Coral Leisure Centre and visit the Cobh Heritage Centre. The bed and breakfast is a beautiful townhouse that boasts wonderful views of St. Colman’s Cathedral and the idyllic harbour.
Hotels in County Cork: A charming Victorian townhouse in the heart of Cork city, guests will be ideally located to enjoy all the sights at Number Forty Eight. The house is close to the train station and just a short stroll into the city centre. Guests can explore the iconic English Market, one of the city’s oldest markets, hear the Shandon Bells in St. Anne’s Church, visit the historic 19th century University College Cork campus and even explore the Cork Butter Museum. With an array of pubs and restaurants on the doorstep, guests will have a memorable stay. Restriced on-street parking - No off street parking.
Hotels in County Cork: Enjoy cosy home comforts among the renowned County Cork landscape at Oaklands. Recommended by Le Guide du Routard, guests can unwind in its tranquil surroundings, enjoy breakfast in the conservatory overlooking beautiful gardens and avail of private parking. Just a stroll from the centre of Mallow, visitors can explore Ballyhoura Mountain Park, take the Blackwater Valley Cycle Route, have a picnic on the Knockroura Walk, golf, fish and hear traditional Irish music in the town’s pubs. Close to the town’s train and bus stations, it’s the ideal touring base for Cork, Kinsale and the Ring of Kerry.
Hotels in County Cork: This charming property boasts a prime setting amidst the natural beauty and splendour of the Irish countryside. Located in Cork, the property offers visitors a great setting from which to explore the charm and culture of the area. The city of Cork can be found just a short driving distance away, where guests will find a lively shopping, dining and entertainment scene, as well as many intriguing attractions. This property extends a warm, friendly welcome to guests upon arrival. The guest rooms offer warmth and comfort, in a stylish setting. Guests can enjoy a wonderful breakfast in the mornings, for a superb start to the day.
Hotels in County Cork: Boasting a unique location in Blarney, in County Cork, Ireland, this charming property is the ideal choice for nature lovers seeking a high standard of comfort. Many of Blarney's major tourist attractions are to be found in the surrounding area such as the Blarney Castle, built nearly six hundred years ago, and Jameson Whiskey Distillery in Midleton. Golf enthusiasts will find over 10 golf courses just a 30-minute drive away. All the spacious guest rooms offer a traditional décor and come with modern conveniences such as complimentary Wi-Fi internet connection as well as tea and coffee facilities. Guests staying at this charming property may have the chance to try a traditional Irish breakfast that will delight even the most discerning palates.
Hotels in County Cork: Enjoy the comforts of a modern, spacious 4-star Bed and Breakfast nestled in serene surroundings, at PK Lodge, County Cork. Winner of a Fáilte Ireland Certificate of Merit, the B&B is just 1km outside Skibbereen, Irelands most southerly town. Guests are treated to sumptuous home baking, complimentary tea/coffee and a tasty breakfast menu. A colourful and historical town, Skibbereen is a hub of artisan food and craft with an array of vibrant local businesses. Guests can visit Lough Hyne, Europes largest sea-water lake, the Skibbereen Heritage Centre and enjoy a wealth of beaches, coves and hill walks in the picturesque town.
Hotels in County Cork: An idyllic, ivy-clad home in picturesque Blarney, guests are invited to completely unwind at Pond House, County Cork. Close to river walks, fishing and golf, host Thomas Looney offers guests a genuine Irish welcome and shares his wealth of local knowledge. Visitors can explore the ancient Blarney Castle, kiss the world-famous Blarney Stone housed within it and indulge in wonderful pubs and restaurants in the pictorial village. Pond House is operated by a hands-on customer focused host who enjoys the interaction with his guests. Tom is fluent in German and has an extensive knowledge of suitable activities for guests and displays a wide range of current brochures to assist visitors in maximising their stay in the area. Guests can explore the pretty village and the acclaimed Blarney Woollen Mills craft shop. The B&B is also ideally placed for trips to the Cork City Gaol Heritage Centre nearby, Cork City with its restored Huguenot Quarters, with lovely side streets and cafes.
Hotels in County Cork: The hotel is located in Clonakilty in the heart of scenic West Cork. It is 1 km from Buckley Fine Art Gallery and 35 km from Kinsale Harbour. It is 12 km from Cork Airport and 173 km from Waterford. This family-friendly business hotel offers a lobby, a bar, a restaurant and conference facilities. A car park is available for the use of the hotel's guests. The comfortable en suite rooms have a wide range of amenities for the comfort and wellbeing of its guests. They are equipped with a TV, a mini fridge as well as tea and coffee making facilities and. The guests are offered to unwind by the heated indoor swimming pool or stay fit in the gym. Hot tub, sauna and steam rooms are also available. The guests may choose their meal from a set menu for both lunch and dinner.
Hotels in County Cork: This 4 star hotel is located within the city of Cork and was established in 2005. It is a short drive away from the Jameson Distillery. The Hotel has a restaurant, a bar, a coffee shop, an indoor swimming pool and a fitness centre/gym. All 129 rooms are equipped with safe, trouser press and ironing set.
Hotels in County Cork: In the hospitality industry for the past 40 years, Marguerite O’Driscoll knows just how to pamper guests at Rathmore House, County Cork. A family run, Georgian style home, it overlooks the breathtaking Baltimore Harbour and the idyllic Sherkin and Cape Clear islands. Guests receive an authentic Irish welcome of delicious homemade scones and fresh tea/coffee on arrival. An ideal location for whale watching, boat trips and tours of West Cork, guests will enjoy the historic fishing village of Baltimore, its array of outdoor activities, lively restaurants and pubs. Pets are welcome indoors, outdoor facilities are also available.
Hotels in County Cork: Unwind in 5-star luxury at the award-winning Rivermount House, County Cork. With scenic views of the River Bandon, guests can enjoy spacious bathrooms, steaming power showers and comfy 5ft beds. Host Claire O’Sullivan treats guests to an extensive breakfast menu and offers a wealth of local knowledge. Just 4km from the picturesque port town of Kinsale, visitors can go yachting, angling, golfing, take historical tours, explore Desmond Castle and the International Museum of Wine. Rent a boat, go whale watching, horse riding or kayaking and finish the day with a relaxing pint in one of the town’s lively pubs.
Hotels in County Cork: The hotel overlooks the Sullane River in the market town of Macroom, County Cork. Set in mature grounds, it offers a relaxing setting for a holiday break. The 33 spacious bedrooms feature overlook the river. Breakfast is served in Riva restaurant which overlooks the river. Evening meals are served in Waders Bar which has a large patio area, open fire in the evenings and a warm friendly atmosphere. Macroom is an ideal touring base, the town itself is dominated by Macroom Castle which features 1200 acres of parkland to explore, other nearby attractions include Gougane Barra, Beal na Blath, Bealick Mill. The town itself is a market town with little craft shops, cafes and restaurants. There is an open market in the town square on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Macroom is situated between Cork and Killarney, Cork city is just 20 minutes away on the N22 and Killarney is 40 minutes to the West.
Hotels in County Cork: Anne Doolan offers guests the best of Irish hospitality at tranquil Rivervale Lodge, County Cork. Overlooking the serene River Blackwater, guests can relax in a seating area facing the riverside, admire views of Mallow Castle and enjoy a tasty breakfast menu each morning. Only five minutes from Mallow, guests can discover the town’s role in the Irish War of Independence on the Mallow Historical Rebel Trail, explore Ballyhoura Mountain Park and take the Knockroura Walk with its exceptional forest scenery. Pets are welcome, with indoor/outdoor facilities.
Hotels in County Cork: Situated a short driving distance from Cork, this hotel offers the ideal accommodation either for business or leisure. Golf lovers will find themselves a short walking distance from Mahon Golf Club, while those wishing to breathe pure air can visit Cork Heritage Park, situated just a 10-minute drive away. St. Finbarre's Cathedral, Cork County Hall, Elizabeth Fort, and the popular Cork Opera House are some of the most important tourist attractions not to be missed. To suit all guests' needs, this elegant property offers a wide choice of tastefully decorated guest rooms containing an unparalleled combination of luxuries such as rainfall showers, or individually controlled mood lighting. Corporate travellers will find a range of conference facilities to host events of any size, as well as different dining options serving a menu of fresh contemporary homemade dishes that will tempt even the most discerning visitors' palates.
Hotels in County Cork: Wake up to breathtaking view of the wild Atlantic and renowned County Cork landscape at Sandycove House. Just 100m from sandy beach shores, guests can enjoy rock fishing, swimming, windsurfing and rugged cliff walks. Close to an award-winning seafood restaurant and only 9km from vibrant Skibbereen with its craft shops, boutiques and pubs, guests can enjoy the friendly atmosphere and natural beauty of West Cork.
Hotels in County Cork: In the heart of the medieval fishing port of Kinsale, Sea Gull House sits in a historic spot next door to the 16th century Desmond Castle. Close to the beach and water sports like yachting, swimming, kayaking and deep-sea angling, guests can also enjoy great golf and horse riding. One of the most popular towns in County Cork, Kinsale boasts gourmet restaurants, lively pubs and stunning seaside walks. A family-run home, host Mary O’Neill provides a warm Irish welcome.
Hotels in County Cork: A modern, elevated farmhouse overlooking breathtaking Courtmacsherry Bay, Seafield Farmhouse is a cosy, countryside retreat in County Cork. Tucked away between the towns of Kinsale and Clonakilty, guests can enjoy renowned gourmet restaurants and lively pubs. A family-run farm and bed and breakfast, guests have been welcomed here for five generations. After a delicious breakfast of home baked and locally sourced produce, guests can enjoy golf, beach strolls, water sports and stunning scenery all on the doorstep. The house is 40 minutes from Cork Airport.
Hotels in County Cork: s Kathleen O'Sullivan says: "I would never have called it Seaview with so many trees in the front. " Equally, she's ponders how to describe her establishment. "It's really a country house - with country house cooking, " she says. In that case, it's country house cooking of a very high order indeed, having won many international plaudits and here, in particular, one detects the particular passion that puts this establishment high on the 'must visit' list. Dozens of homely and cosy touches help sustain the warmth of the welcome well beyond the front door. There's the absence of 'hotel furniture', in favour of many fine antique pieces. A dining room with many nooks and crannies, is fuelled by a kitchen of great quality and a very good cellar and there's a relaxing sitting room that also includes a well stocked bar. All this, set in a coastal country that is a joy for leisurely touring. Indeed, anyone in a hurry will miss the point - or worse, miss Seaview House Hotel. Whatever name it goes by, a host of satisfied visitors would be pleased to call it home. Two AA Rosettes for food. Gilbeys Gold Medal Award for Catering Excellence.
Hotels in County Cork: Sheila's Cork Hostel is located less then 5 minutes' walk from the centre of Cork. Hostels facility include, sauna, free Wi-Fi, free city maps and free movies in the cinema room. St Patricks Quay, the main shopping street and the train & bus and stations are within 5-10 easy walking distance. Self-catering kitchen and a terrace is available to the Hostel residents.
Hotels in County Cork: This wonderful, award-winning bed and breakfast boasts a stunning setting in Clonakilty, immersed in the culture and beauty of the Cork countryside. The bustling town of Clonakilty can be found just a 5 minutes' driving distance away. The property is located just a short distance away from a wealth of attractions in the area. This stunning Georgian-style farmhouse boasts a peaceful setting, offering visitors the perfect location in which to unwind, or from which to explore the beauty of the area. The guest rooms are superbly designed, offering simplistic style and charm. Guests can enjoy a superb breakfast in the mornings, before setting of to explore the surroundings. Guests can enjoy a tour of this working farm.
Hotels in County Cork: This exclusive 49 bedroom hotel is tucked away amid tranquil woodlands and landscaped gardens. It evokes memories of a forgotten era of gentility and charm. There are many activities in the area to enjoy while staying with us for instance, Golfing, Angling, Walking, Equestrian, Cycling, Castle visits, Heritage Centres, Garden Visits, Parks, Caves, and of course total peace and tranquility. Although the house is Georgian, the estate goes back to the Norman invasion of Ireland of 1169 and, for centuries, remained the property of the landed gentry. This mellow, Grade A Listed house echoes its noble past in dimension and design. And, under its present ownership of the Walsh Family, its tradition of refined hospitality continues with a professional touch and the added embellishments of the present day to ensure a luxurious and carefree stay.
Hotels in County Cork: Just 5km from the historic town of Midleton, guests are best placed to enjoy the best of East Cork from Sundown House. An outdoor lover’s paradise, guests can indulge in fishing, golf, nature trails, sailing and beach walks, all local to the area. Learn the history behind the acclaimed whiskey at the Jameson Heritage Centre, kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle and sample gourmet food at Ballymaloe House and Restaurant. A cosy home with gorgeous gardens, Sundown House is the ideal spot to experience the renowned County Cork culture and scenery from.
Hotels in County Cork: A picturesque haven in the stunning County Cork landscape, just 3km from the pretty fishing village Ballycotton, Sunville House provides guests with a warm welcome. After a tasty breakfast of homemade jam, home baking and fresh eggs from the house’s own hens, guests can explore scenic cliff and beach walks, visit the nearby bird sanctuary and fish for salmon. Rich in heritage, scenery and friendly locals, visitors will adore Ballycotton and its wild Atlantic views. Just 25 miles from Cork city and an hour from Cork Airport.
Hotels in County Cork: Experience the unspoilt scenery of County Cork from Swan Lake. Overlooking tranquil Loughaderra Lake, guests can enjoy the relaxing panoramas and lush landscape. Within walking distance of Castlemartyr Resort Hotel, guests can indulge in a round of golf, spa treatments and fine dining. Ideally nestled between Midleton and Castlemartyr, guests can discover the heritage behind the renowned Jameson whiskey company at the Jameson Heritage Centre in Midleton. Visitors can also enjoy gourmet food at the long-established Ballymaloe House and Restaurant and go wild at Fota Wildlife Park. The best of East Cork is on your doorstep at Swan Lake.
Hotels in County Cork: The Bayview Hotel is romantically situated overlooking miles of spectacular coastline nestled in the unspoilt fishing village of Ballycotton. Explore the many treasures of East Cork as well as the wider environs of County Cork and Munster. Located just 30 minutes drive from Cork City, Ballycotton is a wash with scenic walks or drives and activities such as windsurfing and sailing as well as offering many local attractions such as Castlemartyr Castle. The 4 star, Bayview Hotel offers luxury accommodation in East Cork. Directly overlooking the ocean, each of our 35 bedrooms including 2 master suites, are designed as the perfect combination of luxurious comfort and modern facilities with their soothing colours and classical styles.
Hotels in County Cork: Set amongst 68. 8 hectares in the beautiful wooded Shournagh valley, this Golf Resort has a lot to boast about. Its stunning location close to the historic town of Blarney in County Cork is steeped in history, legend and rugged natural beauty. The legendary Blarney Castle, resting place of the world-famous Blarney Stone, stands about 3 km from the resort, and the city of Cork is just 12 km away. The resort lies approximately 18 km from Cork International Airport and 80 km from Kerry Airport. The luxurious hotel has 64 stylishly designed bedrooms, while the 40 beautifully appointed Golf lodges offer a high level of comfort. The hotel lobby offers a 24-hour reception and check-out service, lift access, a cloakroom and a safe. Guests can wine and dine in the hotel's bar or one of the 2 restaurants. Business guests can take full advantage of the excellent conference facilities on offer, as well as complimentary 100MB WiFi. The hotel offers guests both room and laundry services for an extra charge. Children can enjoy the playground, and those arriving by car can leave their vehicle in the hotel car park. The resort's impressive signature championship golf course was co-designed by two-time Majors winner, John Daly. Take the 601-yard par 5 - that has Daly's signature written all over it! Some of the best greens in Ireland are to be found along this 6, 712-yard, par 71 course (fees may apply). All residents enjoy free use of the hotel's leisure facilities, an indoor pool and a children's pool, as well as a sauna, jacuzzi and steam room and a new state of the art gym. For a fee, massage and health treatments are also available.
Hotels in County Cork: This modern, four star hotel is less than a 5 minute walk from the main Cork Airport terminal giving it excellent proximity for pre and post flight accommodation. A shuttle or taxi service also operates to the terminal. In keeping with the hotel's airport location, the hotel's lobby and ground floor interior has a unique yet stylish aviation theme. Bedrooms are well-appointed and spacious with satellite LCD TV, tea and coffee making facilities, black out blinds and a modern bathroom. In addition there are 2 restaurants, a hotel bar and lobby as well as 24-hour room service. WiFi is free throughout the hotel. Complimentary on site parking is available for overnight guests. The hotel is just 15 minutes' drive from Cork City centre making it a useful base for business or leisure visitors to the area. Please note that Cork International Airport Hotel will be undergoing internal refurbishment from March 15th until May 31st 2013. This will not affect the bedrooms but will affect the public areas (bar, restaurant & lobby).
Hotels in County Cork: Unwind in 4-star elegance in idyllic West Cork at the award-winning Heron's Cove. Close to Ireland's most south-westerly point, Mizen Head, guests can enjoy unrivalled scenery, stunning beaches and a picturesque harbour. With an a la carte menu and an AA Rosette for Culinary Excellence, host Sue Hill knows exactly how to pamper her guests. Luxurious rooms, a variety of wines and fresh local produce make The Heron's Cove a sumptuous County Cork retreat. Whale watching, beach walks, shopping, the Wild Atlantic Way scenic route and an array of outdoor activities are available nearby, ensuring guests have a memorable stay.
Hotels in County Cork: Housed in the beautiful 19th-century building, this sophisticated hotel enjoys a reachable location in Cork. Lying just w short stroll from the banks of the River Lee and offering easy reach of the city centre, where travellers may find a number of local businesses, including shopping centres and restaurants as well as the most important city attractions. The imposing Saint Mary and Saint Anne's Cathedral, St Finbarre's Cathedral, the English Market and Neptune Stadium are all within walking distance. This stylish establishment affords comfortable accommodation with great services. Guests may complete relax in ample and elegant rooms, each of them equipped with modern commodities. The in-house dining options offer refined cuisine, sure to pamper even the most discerning palates. Children may let off the steam on the paddling pool while adults visitors may also enjoy on-site leisure facilities including a large indoor pool, sauna, jacuzzi and a fitness centre
Hotels in County Cork: This contemporary and lovely hotel boasts a prime location in Cork, within easy reach from the main city's attractions like the University College Cork's campus and the beautiful Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral. Visitors will also enjoy a wide entertainment, dining and shopping offer in the surrounding area. Guests will be able to truly relax at the elegantly furnished and smartly appointed guest rooms, which are all designed to provide a comfortable and relaxed stay. The luxurious bed linens and duck down duvets will ensure its guests a restful night's sleep. Among the hotel's facilities, guests will appreciate the fantastic spa with a heated pool and may be able to exercise at the state-of-the-art fitness room.
Hotels in County Cork: Relax in 4-star luxury at The White House, Blarney, County Cork. In a stunning location surrounded by the region’s acclaimed scenery, guests can enjoy prize-winning gardens and wonderful views of the famous Blarney Castle from the house. Just a five-minute stroll into the village, guests can kiss the Blarney Stone, explore the landscape and find plenty of shops, restaurants and pubs to enjoy. An ideal spot for tours of Cork and the South of Ireland, visitors can take day trips to Cobh, Midleton and Cork city centre. Hosts Pat and Regina Coughlan provide a warm welcome.
Hotels in County Cork: Relax with stunning views of the rugged Atlantic coastline from the comfort of The Yellow Rose bed and breakfast. Just 15km from Ballycastle, close to County Mayo’s Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking) area and 10km from the ancient archaeological site the Céide Fields, guests can experience authentic Irish life. Fresh seafood is caught and served daily so guests can indulge in the likes of sumptuous lobster and crab each evening. With scenic cliff walks and excellent fishing and diving nearby, guests can explore the country’s renowned landscape. Pets are facilitated indoors and outdoors.
Hotels in County Cork: Highly recommended by the Michelin Guide, Travellers Joy is a comfortable home with beautiful prize-winning gardens in spectacular County Cork. Just 4km from the historic Blarney village, visitors can explore the ancient Blarney Castle, kiss the renowned Blarney Stone and discover the area on foot, following the scenic nature trails. Host Gertie O’Shea offers a warm Irish welcome, help planning itineraries and delicious breakfasts. The house is 10km from Cork city and 25 minutes from Cork Airport.
Hotels in County Cork: This 3 star hotel is located close to the airport of Cork.
Hotels in County Cork: This luxurious hotel is located on the coast, just 8 minutes away from the picturesque town of Kinsale. It is outstandingly positioned for both exploration of the historic sights in the town and also for visits to the rugged coast, sandy beaches, and neighbouring towns. Cork Airport can be reached in some 15 km and Ringaskiddy harbour is around a 25-minute drive from the hotel. Renovated in 2005, the hotel includes a total of 75 rooms, of which 9 are junior suites and 2 are suites. The spacious lobby includes a marble reception with a lift. The building also includes a lounge with a terrace, a bar, as well as conference and banqueting facilities. From the award-winning restaurant, Savannah, guests are able to enjoy the delicious cuisine with a stunning view of the sea. In addition, guests are also offered public Internet access and the service manager is happy to help with compiling itineraries. The pleasant rooms come with an en suite bathroom, a direct dial telephone, interactive satellite/cable TV, a radio, an Internet connection and pay-per-view TV, individual air conditioning and from the balcony, most rooms enjoy a stunning view of the sea. The hotel offers a relaxing sauna, a steam room and massage service (fees apply). Sports options include a gym. Live music is offered in the summer months and from the private marina of the hotel, guests are able to enjoy some yachting and deep sea fishing. Harbour tours, historical tours and special ghost tours are only some of the possibilities offered in Kinsale. Alternatively, guests are able to enjoy horse riding, golfing, clay pigeon shooting, sailing, windsurfing and much more. In the Wharf Tavern guests are able to enjoy a range of offers, such as a buffet, which includes a carvery lunch or bistro style menus.
Hotels in County Cork: Indulge in the best of Irish hospitality courtesy of Nora and Francis Kelly at Valley View, County Cork. Guests have been welcomed to the picturesque house for the past 20 years and enjoy delicious breakfasts, private parking and beautiful gardens. Only a five-minute drive from Kinsale, guests can enjoy everything the lively port town has to offer. Cruise the idyllic harbour by boat, take a historic tour of the medieval town, pony trek, golf, fish and scuba dive, before enjoying a pint in the many busy pubs. Cork Airport and car ferry are a 20-minute drive away.
Hotels in County Cork: The property consists of 30 rooms. This attractive hotel provides the ideal base for both sightseeing and business.
Hotels in County Cork: Set amid 30 acres of landscaped gardens, the hotel is situated just on the edge of Bantry town, overlooking Bay, in West Cork. It offers a fine restaurant, a fully licenced bar, an indoor pool, a hot tub, and Wi-Fi. It has a Restaurant overlooks and serves only local produce including fresh fish and local meats. The Health & Leisure centre boasts a sauna, steam room, squash and outdoor tennis. There is also a range of aromatherapy massages available. Bantry town centre is only a 15-minute walk away and a food and craft market is held every Friday. It is only to 1. 6 km from the Bantry Aerodrome.
Hotels in County Cork: Enjoy modern comforts in a beautiful rural setting at Weston House, County Cork. A rustic Georgian house in pretty Ballyvourney, it boasts prize-winning gardens and is just 14km from Killarney, making it the ideal place to discover Cork and Kerry from. Guests can enjoy hill walking, golf, fishing and horse riding in the local area, as well as lively pubs and restaurants. The Twomey family have been welcoming guests for more than 30 years and proudly provide authentic Irish hospitality.
Hotels in County Cork: Indulge in 4-star luxury in the heart of County Cork at Westwood Country House. Only 4km from picturesque Blarney, guests can unwind in the house’s 2 acres of landscaped gardens and enjoy homemade scones on arrival. Host Eucharia Hannon treats guests to delicious breakfasts made from locally sourced produce and can advise on local attractions. Visitors can explore 15th century Blarney Castle and of course, kiss the famed Blarney Stone which resides there. Guests can also enjoy scenic nature trails, golf and great pubs and restaurants. The house is a superb base for trips to nearby Killarney, Kinsale and Cobh.