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Hotels in Cork

Hotels in Cork

With its abundance of charm and history combined with a scattering of architectural gems, Cork is a great place to visit regardless of whether you’re after a short weekend away or a longer stay. When looking for affordable hotels in Cork, look no further than our Cork Airport hotel. Just a few minutes’ drive from the city centre, the hotel is just a stone’s throw from the city’s many shops, cafes, bars and restaurants and is an ideal option for both travellers with young children and also those visiting on business. With a range of fantastic accommodation across the country, we are dedicated to providing our guests with access to high quality hotels whatever their location and our superb Cork hotel is no exception.

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Located upstream from Cork Harbour, Cork is the gateway to South West Ireland. Our hotel is the perfect base for discovering the surrounds of County Cork and the rest of Munster, where you can find some of Ireland’s most beautiful scenery.

The city is incredibly well connected; easily accessible by car, plane, train or ferry. Our Cork hotel is located close to a number of good transport links, with Cork Airport on its doorstep and Cork Train Station and Cork Ferry Port both a short drive away.

Things to Do in Cork City Centre

A delightful city built on the famed River Lee; Cork city centre is effectively an island engulfed by the river's two channels. There are bridges abound, giving the city a charming continental feel and the best way to sample its delights is on foot. Cork has a signposted walking tour, with the majority of the main attractions within walking distance from one another.

Tourists are encouraged to pay St. Anne's Church a visit to ring the 300-year-old Shandon Bells, while St. Finbarre's Cathedral's French Gothic architecture is not to be missed.

Cork is a shopaholic's paradise, boasting a mixture of high-end retail outlets alongside a smattering of traditional local boutiques. The renowned English Market is a must-visit. Home to a range of shopping and dining options from around the world, the marketplace is beloved by locals and tourists alike.

If you're visiting the city for sporting reasons, our hotel in Cork is perfect. Páirc Uí Chaoimh and Páirc Uí Rinn are within easy reach and Turners Cross is just up the road.