We arrived at the hotel to a warm and friendly welcome from receptionist Natalie Horgan who took time to tell us about local attractions and how to get to them. The food in the restaurant is of a high standard. I would recommend booking a Deluxe room as this gives you access to an exclusive executive ...
Room was perfect for our stay before heading to the airport the staff were so friendly
We had booked and paid for two rooms, but when we arrived they said only one room was booked and paid for. Once I showed them the paper work that we had they put one of us into a room where the bed was unmade and can only be described as a store room with bits and pieces of furniture. We then went ...
Faultless except for very long walk to room as had an elderly lady who uses a stick with me and she was quite daunted with length of journey from reception to room
I recently stayed at Fota hotel for New Year’s Eve,we stayed in a suite. Upon arrival we were full of excitement,our check in was great, the receptionist gave us a lovely welcome and we received our key card. We entered our suite and on first glance it looked lovely. We headed to the pool in our ...
We enjoyed our brief stay and will be back for sure. Very close to beach and had fantastic views.
Cork is easily one of Ireland's most beautiful counties. Whether you head to East Cork for some family fun and adventure, or to West Cork for art, music and all things foodie, there's plenty there for every type of traveller. And best of all, wherever you turn, you'll be surrounded by the breath-taking natural beauty of Cork. The Western Road district is a good bet for city centre luxury, or look around Shandon and Ballymacthomas for budget deals. With plenty of cheap hotels in Cork, you can enjoy a very budget-friendly break here. Or if you like a little luxury, there are many high-end hotels in Cork to choose from. With prices ranging from €60 up to €125, there are accommodation options for every budget.
Family entertainment, coastal walks and water sports, as well as food markets and music festivals - all of this and much much more can be enjoyed in Cork. Head East to Youghal if you like active seaside fun, boating and fishing. The area is packed with activities for adventure seekers. Midleton is home to East Cork's famous Old Midleton distillery. West Cork is the perfect place to take a road trip. With its stunningly rugged landscape, the region is full of lovely little towns and quaint villages to explore. If food is one of your passions, start your trip in Kinsale - the gourmet capital of Ireland. Then continue along to Skibberreen, a food festival town, and finish your trip in Macroon. Here a weekly market takes place and it’s packed full of locally-grown produce and home-made delicacies. Staying in one of many excellent hotels in Cork city, means you can easily explore the whole region and enjoy some urban tourist attractions when you don't feel like venturing far.
Whether you like a quiet countryside idyll, prefer active adventures or the hustle and bustle of a city break, you can find it all in the beautiful Cork county. Cork hotels in the centre of the city make an excellent starting point to your holiday. Spend a day in town, enjoy its bustling night life then recharge in your cosy room ready for the next days' new adventure in rural Cork. ebookers can help find your perfect holiday bolthole in Ireland - so explore, book and enjoy!
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