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Cork

Overview

Ireland’s second city and the gateway to the south-west of the country, Cork is a historic harbour town, home to elegant Georgian architecture, charming traditional pubs, thriving restaurants and the famous English Market – a wonderful cornucopia of the best local produce. To the north of Cork is the famous Blarney Castle, whilst to the south is the fishing village of Kinsale, renowned for its excellent local restaurants and annual food festival. Just outside the city is Ballymaloe House – one of Ireland’s most famous restaurants and cooking schools, and an elegant country hotel – as well as the town of Cobh, famous as the last port of call of the Titanic, and home to an excellent museum housed in the former White Star Line ticket office.

Hotels

Hotel

Ballymaloe House
Superior Country House Hotel

3 nights from £739

including Flights, Transfers

Cork, Ireland
Located 20 miles from Cork and minutes from the breathtaking south coast, Ballymaloe House has been owned and run by the Allen family who have been offering wonderful hospitality for over 40 years.

3 nights from £719

including Flights, Transfers

Cork, Ireland
Cork’s finest hotel is in the style and appearance of a grand manorhouse and is set in two acres of gardens, about one mile from the city centre. A member of ‘Small Luxury Hotels of the World’, it has a welcoming atmosphere and is decorated with great style.

Accommodation options in Cork

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