The hotel is situated within walking distance to the English Food Market, Crawford Art Gallery and University College Cork. Furthermore, the wonderful landscape invites to hiking and biking. Forget the daily routine and catch a breath. In less than 10 kilometres, Cork Airport is reachable.
Ideally located in the heart of Cork, 100 metres from St. Patrick’s Quay, the Isaacs Hotel Cork offers its guests the perfect place to explore the city’s sights, cosy pubs, and shopping opportunities. Guests can reach the shops on St. Patrick’s Street in 5 minutes and Cork main station in a 7 minutes’ walk.
Centrally located in Cork, the Maldron Cork hotel is the ideal base for both business and private travellers. It is surrounded by the picturesque alleys of Cork´s historical cultural quarter. Guests may easily reach the Lee River and the city´s newest shopping district, Opera Lane. The hotel is ideally reachable via the motorway N20 and N8.
Close to the train and the bus station, the hotel Gresham Metropole is located in the heart of Cork City. Many shops as well as attractions like English Market and Shandon Church are reachable on foot. The international airport is 10 kilometres away from the hotel Gresham Metropole.
The hotel is idyllically located at the banks of River Lee in the heart of Cork. Shopping lovers will get their money worth since the popular shopping boulevard Patrick’s Street is within easy reach. Cork International Airport is situated 10 kilometres away.
Located on the eastern tip of Lapp’s Island in the River Lee, the Jurys Inn Cork hotel is beautifully situated to explore the bustling city of Cork on foot. In a radius of less than 2 kilometres, you find the St. Patrick’s Street, the Elizabeth Fort and the Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral. The Cork Kent railway station is also conveniently reachable.
Why not stay at the Clarion Hotel Cork City on your next visit to Cork? Located right in the city centre, the hotel is perfect for exploring nearby sights such as the lively St. Patrick’s Street and the Church of St. Anne with its magnificent panoramic view. Both the bus station and the train station are only a short walk away from the hotel.
Centrally located in Cork, the hotel invites its guests to explore the city. Cork Opera House can be reached in a 10 minutes’ walk and the ruins of the Red Abbey are located only 550 metres from the hotel. At a distance of only 7 kilometres, Cork Airport can be found.
The Ambassador Hotel is quietly located in a residential area in Cork, less than 15 minutes on foot from the banks of Lee River, the city centre and the popular shopping street St. Patricks Streets. A visit of the English Market and the Public Museum is worthwhile.
Charleville Park hotel is located on the main N20 road between Cork & Limerick, just 40 & 30 mins from each city respectively.The hotel is newly opened and is the first development of its kind in the town.
We are adjacent to the Railway Station, the Bus Station is 5 to 6 minutes walk and the City Centre is within 10 minutes walk. It’s also convenient for the ferry port and the airport.
The Hotel Belvedere Lodge Bed & Breakfast Cork City is ideally located in the suburb Tivoli, only 3 kilometres from the city centre with its popular shopping streets, the St. Finbarre’s Cathedral and the English Market. The banks of the River Lee invite to walking and jogging. A golf course can be reached in a 10-minute drive from the Hotel Belvedere Lodge.
Near to the most famous sights of Cork, the Garnish House is right opposite the beautiful grounds of the University College Cork and only a 6-minute walk from the city centre. The nearby Fitzgerald Park invites to relaxing strolls.
The inn is idyllically situated in the rambling countryside of Cork yet amidst the city centre. No matter whether you would like to go shopping, hang out in the nice cafés or visit museums and art galleries, you will find the possibilities in close vicinity. Cork Airport is located 10 kilometres away.
The hotel is located a 10 minutes’ walk away from the city centre. Not for nothing it is called the capital of culture. Visit the English Market and St. Finbarre’s Cathedral or make a detour to the castles Kinsale, Cobh and Blarney. In less than 10 kilometres, Cork International Airport is reachable.
Situated 3.5 kilometres east of the city centre, the hotel overlooks the River Lee. Visit the first Fish & Chips shop in Ireland, located on Bandon Road. Sights such as the English Market (4km) and Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral (4.5km) are worth a visit. Cork International Airport is located 10.5 kilometres south of the hotel.
Conveniently located at the gates of Cork, the hotel is situated only 3 kilometres from Cork Airport and easily accessible by car via the motorway N27. The city centre with famous sights, such as Elizabeth Fort and Cork Opera House, is located about 4 kilometres from the hotel.
Located at the gates of Cork, the hotel is situated about 5.5 kilometres from the city centre with famous sights, such as Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral. In a 10 minutes’ drive, Cork Airport can be reached.
Organize your next conference at the Carrigaline Court Hotel and Leisure Centre. Conveniently located close to a main road 15 kilometres south of Cork, the hotel is easily accessible. Various attractive golf courses can be reached within a 10-minute drive. Cork International Airport is 10 kilometres away.
Surrounded by a rambling countryside, the hotel is the ideal starting point for long hiking and biking tours. But that is not all. Nature lovers will enjoy themselves at Fota Wildlife Park (12km), city persona should make a detour to Cork (8km).
Cork is a large Irish city and a major seaport. It started as a tiny island in the River Lee estuary and slowly grew into a bustling city. You will find the city centre charming with most of the activities. Tourists can stay, eat as well as enjoy touring the square. Cork is internationally known to have a flourishing cultural scene.
You can experience a wide range of events as well as enjoy visiting some of the architecturally outstanding buildings built during the Medieval to the contemporary period. Abraham Hargrave designed Custom House. It was the headquarters of the Cork Harbour Commissioners. The old Custom House is a part of the complex that houses the 'Crawford Municipal Art Gallery'. There are three twenty feet high windows in the front and the interiors of the building has been refurbished. The committee room is open for the public to see.
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