Accommodation

Crosshaven House (Upstairs)

Crosshaven, Co. Cork

Crosshaven House is an elegant eighteenth century country house set in the picturesque village of Crosshaven, overlooking Currabinny Wood and Cork Harbour. It is where the spaciousness and elegance of the Georgian age is combined with the comforts of modern living.

The spacious and elegant reception rooms are complimented by the 5 separate suites on the upper floors, offering the height of luxury with a homely and comfortable feel. Catering equally well for wedding parties or families, you will be assured a stay to remember.   

Carrigaline Court Hotel

Carrigaline, Co. Cork

In the heart of the bustling town of Carrigaline in County Cork, this 4-star hotel offers free parking, luxurious accommodations and superb leisure facilities, including a 19 m indoor pool. The Carrigaline Court Hotel & Leisure Center is just 15 minutes’ drive south of the city of Cork and 10 minutes’ drive from Cork Airport.

All of the rooms have satellite TV, broadband internet access and power showers. Stylish and contemporary, the Collins Bar serves evening meals from Monday to Sunday. There are large plasma screens throughout the bar and all major sporting events are screened live.   

Whispering Pines

Crosshaven, Co. Cork

Whispering Pines Accommodation Crosshaven, lies just a short distance from Crosshaven Village. Sheltered by surrounding woodland and overlooking the Owenabue River, Crosshaven is a  charming fishing village with a number of restaurants & traditional pubs and is a hub of maritime activity with modern marinas & boatyards contributing to the everchanging seascape. The Twomey Family (Whispering Pines Accommodation Crosshaven) have created a friendly, informal and unique Guest house and Bed & Breakfast to help you relax and unwind in this peaceful, idyllic setting in Ireland’s most southerly county. Good value, warmth and traditional Irish hospitality, in spacious and tastefully furnished surroundings, will ensure your stay is both a restful and memorable experience.   

51 Degrees Hostel

Crosshaven, Co. Cork

51 Degrees North as the name evokes is ideally suited for the more adventurous type. Entered from the lower West wing of Crosshaven House, it has its own private pedestrian entrance with ample parking to the outside. Original white-washed stone walls, barrel vaulted ceilings and brick voussoirs dating back to the mid-18th century are exposed throughout and contrasted with abstract artwork by local artists.

Three nautical themed dorms accommodate upwards of 14 persons on a group booking basis. Hand-crafted bunk-beds are in New-England style and complemented with individual curtains. Each bed even has its own reading light, power outlet and USB point to recharge that drained iPhone of yours!   

Myrtleville House

Myrtleville, Co. Cork

This Victorian cottage is a unique piece of history in a beautiful and relaxed seaside village. Constructed in the 17th century this home has more stories than we will ever know. Come and relax by the fireside, in the cosiest of settings, that will be sure to help your pulse drop and set your mind at ease. Stunning coastal walks are easily reached and bound to impress no matter what the weather   

Compass Rose B&B

Crosshaven, Co. Cork

Ronan and Kathy welcome you to their comfortable accommodation Compass Rose Bed & Breakfast in Crosshaven situated two hundred yards from the centre of this beautiful fishing village of Crosshaven in County Cork where you will find restaurants, pubs, shops and the Marina.   

Bellevue B&B

Myrtleville, Co. Cork

Bellevue B&B is a large country house overlooking the entrance to Cork Airport. All rooms are ensuite and are individually decorated. Myrtleville is a tiny village with its own beach ( 300 yards ) and there are …More 2 pubs and a restaurant. Bellevue is an ideal base to tour West Cork, Blarney, Cobh, Kinsale, Youghal, Lismore etc. Your hosts are both linguists and tourist guides, so there is plenty of information for our guests.   

Rochestown Park Hotel

Rochestown, Co. Cork

The Rochestown Park Hotel offers elegant rooms with marble bathrooms, a health club with pool and beauty salon, and a fine-dining restaurant, just 8 km from Cork and its airport. The spacious rooms are air-conditioned and feature 32-inch flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and mood lighting. Rooms include dressing tables with hairdryers, luxurious beds with feather comforters and a 24-hour room service menu.

The Marybourough Hotel

Maryborough Hill, Douglas, Cork

Set in 14 acres of 300-year-old listed gardens, Maryborough Hotel & Spa features elegant rooms with bathrobes, a luxurious spa, and an AA Rosette restaurant. Cork is just 10 minutes’ drive from this 18th-century house, free WiFi and free parking are available. With cotton duvets and slippers, guests can relax in each modern room. Guests can enjoy free bottled water and a 42-inch LED TV. Some rooms feature scenic garden views. The Maryborough Hotel & Spa offer free access to the Thermal Suite, with its luxurious range of heat and cooling experiences including a rock sauna, vitality pool, heated lounges, lifestyle showers and an ice fountain.

The Clayton Hotel

Lapps Quay, Cork

 One of our best sellers in Cork!Facing Cork City Hall, the Clayton Hotel Cork overlooks the River Lee. It offers beautifully designed air-conditioned rooms, a health and spa center with pool, and a fine restaurant. Decorated in light modern colors, many rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows. Rooms include a 32-inch flat-screen TV or a 43-inch flat-screen TV.

The Kingsley Hotel

Victoria Cross, Cork

On the South Bank of the River Lee in Cork, The Kingsley Hotel features a luxury, organic Spa, a modern health club and an indoor pool. The hotel also provides conference facilities with 8 business suites and one elegant event room. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout. Individually decorated, each luxurious room comes with air conditioning, a TV with satellite channels and tea and coffee-making facilities. There is also a private bathroom with hairdryer, bathtub and shower. Most rooms have stunning views of the river. The hotel features 2 unique restaurants and a classic, stylish bar and guests can enjoy a classic afternoon tea by the river.

Sheila’s Hostel

Belgrave Place, Wellington Road, Cork

Sheila’s Cork Hostel is less than 5 minutes’ walk from the centre of Cork. It has a sauna, and offers free Wi-Fifree city maps and free movies in the cinema room. Sheila’s Hostel is a short walk from St. Patrick’s Quay and Cork Opera House. The bus and train stations are very close by. The cinema room has lots of comfortable bean bags to sit on. Films are shown every day on a 42-inch (106 cm) plasma-screen TV. There is a self-catering kitchen and a terrace. As well as free Wi-Fi, low-cost internet use is available from the hostel’s own computers.

The Bru Hostel

MacCurtain Street, Cork

Just a short walk (really) from the main bus and train stations, Brú Hostel is located at 57 MacCurtain Street, which is right in the city centre. Room choices vary from private -(double bed with single bed overhead) to 4 & 6  bed dorms and ALL feature private bathrooms, most of which are en – suite. We have weekly rates. We have a maximum stay of 2 weeks. Don’t worry if you are travelling alone as Brú Bar is a great place to mingle and you are always sure to see a friendly face. 

Garryvoe Hotel

Garryvoe, Co. Cork

There has been a hotel on the beach of garryvoe since the early 1900s and while the world has changed beyond recognition, some things have thankfully remained the same – the golden, sandy, five-mile beach; the view of Ballycotton and its lighthouse, and the smiling faces at the Garryvoe Hotel – a family-owned, independent four-star hotel.

Bayview Hotel

Ballycotton, Co. Cork

Welcome to the 4 Star Bayview at Ballycotton East Cork Hotel, a Manor House Hotel nestled cliffside in the beautiful village of Ballycotton, in the south of Ireland. regarded as one of the finest hostels in east Cork, the Bayview Hotel romantically overlooks miles of spectacular coastline, in the centre of the small unspoilt fishing village of Ballycotton.

Pier 26 Ballycotton

Ballycotton, Co. Cork

Situated by the working pier of Ballycotton, Pier 26 is an eclectic mix of old and new: a welcoming traditional pub, an award-winning restaurant, and a stylish, comfortable B&B. You’ll always find a warm smile, an ear to listen and some of the best craic in Ireland! 

The Schooner Bar Ballycotton

Ballycotton, Co. Cork

In the centre of Ballycotton Village, the Schooner is a long established hostelry in the ownership of Brid and Mike O’Shea. Brid is a member of a local family with a long tradition of fishing and sea faring. recently, the Schooner has been given a major refurbishment, bringing it to a high standard of comfort. There is also a separate games room (ideal for the very occasional wet day). To cater for the visitor, the Schooner has four guest bedrooms, again presented and furnished to the highest standards for comforts and relaxation. The visitor, and local is assured of a warm welcome from Brid and Mike, who will offer you the best in food and refreshment, in happy surroundings. The schooner has been given a major refurbishment, bringing it to a high standard of comfort, while retaining its village charm. The Bar and Restaurant are fitted out for your comfort. There is also a separate games room (idea for the very occasional wet day).

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