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Imperial Hotel Cork City
Recently celebrating its bicentenary, the Imperial knows how to age gracefully. Public spaces resonate with opulent period detail such as marble floors, elaborate floral bouquets and more...
Garnish House Guesthouse
Every attention is lavished upon guests at this award-winning B&B. The legendary breakfast menu (30 choices!) includes fresh fish and French toast...
Gougane Barra Hotel
At the pricy Gougane Barra Hotel, there’s an on-site restaurant (serving a hearty dinner for €42), a cafe and a pub next door. The hotel runs a summer theatre festival.
West Cork Hotel
This stolid veteran has 30 comfortable, recently redone rooms next to the river and old railway bridge. Rooms at the back have pastoral views.
Clarion Hotel Cork
This glitzy glass-and-steel structure, constructed in 2005, is swank enough to make visiting rock stars swoon, with a health club, a soaring six-storey atrium, sleek retro-futuristic lobby with fuchsia pink modular lounges, a snazzy bar and a very sty...
Roll out the red carpet and pour yourself a sherry for you have arrived. Just 1...
You can't miss the landmark lemon yellow Metropole Hotel (aka the Met) perched on the city centre's northern riverbank. Entered via MacCurtain St, its riverside aspect affords sweeping views from the front rooms and upper-level candlelit restaurant...
The Blue Haven Hotel
Boutique hotel with 17 posh rooms and good public spaces and bar. Has the same owners as Old Bank House.
Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa
A superb sea water spa is at the heart of this sprawling resort 5km south of Clonakilty, where the service is outstanding, the food at the French-inspired restaurant delicious, and recently redesigned rooms overlook the ocean from private balconies an...
This lovely Georgian accommodation option on the elegant square successfully mixes period charm and old-world service with the perks of a modern hotel...
The atmospheric Ashley Hotel is snuggled in a convenient corner of the city one block from MacCurtain St, but it's the warm-hearted, welcoming staff that make this little butter-yellow B&B-style place one of Cork's gems...
A classic seaside hotel with soaring chandeliered hallways and 42 well-appointed rooms (it's worth paying extra for one with a sea view). The pool is indoors and a roof garden offers yet more views.
Hotel Isaacs Cork
Adjoining a cobbled laneway with a waterfall, location is the real selling point at this hotel housed in what once was a Victorian furniture warehouse (ask for a room away from the busy street)...
Glengarriff Eccles Hotel
Just east of the centre, the grande-dame Eccles has a long and distinguished history (since 1745), counting the British War Office, Thackeray, George Bernard Shaw and WB Yeats as former guests...
This grand Georgian house near the clock tower was built in 1752 on the site of a Franciscan abbey destroyed by Cromwellian troops. Avonmore belonged to the earls of Cork before passing into private hands in 1826. Rooms are basic and multicoloured.
In the heart of Youghal, deep-red Roseville, with its own walled garden, has the mood of a country house. The rooms have big comfy beds and are decorated in restful shades of beige. The garden is a fine place for lounging on a summer evening.
Oaklands Bed And Breakfast
In an 18th-century row house.
Sheilas Cork Hostel
Sheila's heaves with young travellers, and it's no wonder given its excellent central location. Facilities include a sauna, lockers, laundry service, a pool table and barbecue. Cheaper twin rooms share bathrooms. Breakfast is €3 extra.
Kinlay House Cork
This labyrinthine hostel near St Anne's Church in Shandon has a fun, laid-back atmosphere. Services include laundry and free breakfast. Guests can work out in the next-door gym at a discount.
Aaran House Tourist Hostel
Reilly the dog greets all guests.
Top Of The Hill Hostel
Everything, from the exterior to the duvets, is white at this beautiful hostel, which is exactly where you'd think but still close to the centre. Sleep securely on sturdy steel bunks...
Hungry Hill Lodge
This is a well-situated hostel with excellent facilities, just beyond Adrigole village. It’s in a peaceful location; amenities include bike hire, scuba trips, an adjoining trad pub and a nearby minimarket.