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Places To Stay by Tourist Area West Cork


Found 44 matches, showing 31 - 40 below.

Mossies at Ulusker House

Adrigole, Co. Cork
B&B
83%
6 votes
2 euro
Mossies is situated in lovely gardens just outside the village of Ardrigole and, having been lovingly restored by David and Lorna Ramshaw, this old house now makes a wonderful place to stay, with elegant and stylish public rooms and very comfortable be ...

Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa

Clonakilty, Co. Cork
Hotel / Restaurant
67%
3 votes
3 euro Denotes genuine Irish food culture, ie special Irish food products/companies/producers, and highlights the best places to shop for regional and artisan foods; the selection excludes obvious 'non-Irish' elements regardless of quality, eg ethnic restaurants and specialists in coffee, wine and other drinks, unless relevant to local production or history. Eat & Stay establishments are chosen for their commitment to showcasing local produce and Irish hospitality. Outstanding Location, building or atmosphere The "Best of the Best" - Only the very best establishments across various categories have been chosen for this accolade
One of Ireland's first seawater spa destinations, this famous hotel enjoys great views over the two ‘Blue Flag’ beaches at Inchydoney, which bring crowds to the area in summer, so many guests prefer it off-season. Although architecturally ...

Rolf's

Baltimore, Co. Cork
Café / Restaurant with Rooms / Wine Bar
83%
6 votes
2 euro Outstanding Location, building or atmosphere The "Best of the Best" - Only the very best establishments across various categories have been chosen for this accolade
The Haffner family have been at this delightful place for over 25 years, and the complex - which began as a holiday hostel and is now styled ‘country house’ - has been extensively upgraded. Now, in addition to self-catering accommodation w ...
0%
0 votes
2 euro
This modern hotel is close to the sea, overlooking Rosscarbery Bay (although not on the sea side of the road), and well placed as a base for touring west Cork; the facilities in the leisure centre offer alternative activities for family holidays if the ...

The Westlodge Hotel

Bantry, Co. Cork
Hotel
100%
1 votes
2 euro
Easily spotted on an elevated site above the main road into Bantry, the Westlodge Hotel seems to have thought of all the possible requirements to make a family holiday successful, regardless of weather conditions. A wide range of outdoor activities ca ...

Actons Hotel

Kinsale, Co. Cork
Hotel
0%
0 votes
2 euro
Overlooking the harbour and standing in its own grounds, this attractive quayside establishment is Kinsale’s most famous hotel, dating back to 1946 when it was created from several substantial period houses which belonged to the Acton family in t ...

Maritime Hotel

Bantry, Co. Cork
Hotel / Restaurant
100%
1 votes
2 euro
Although many questioned the wisdom of allowing a development including a large modern hotel to be built along the quay below Bantry House, it has brought welcome amenities and a standard of accommodation not previously available in the area. Smart an ...

Trident Hotel

Kinsale, Co. Cork
Hotel
100%
4 votes
3 euro Outstanding Location, building or atmosphere
This blocky, zinc-and-wood fronted waterside hotel enjoys the best location in Kinsale town and, under the watchful management of Hal McElroy, has long been a well-run, hospitable and comfortable place to stay. Recent development has now seen major ch ...

Hillcrest House

Ahakista, Co. Cork
Farmhouse
100%
2 votes
1 euro Outstanding Location, building or atmosphere Previous Georgina Campbell Guides Award Winner The "Best of the Best" - Only the very best establishments across various categories have been chosen for this accolade
Hospitality comes first at this working farm overlooking Dunmanus Bay, where Agnes Hegarty’s guests - including walkers, who revel in the 55 mile “Sheep’s Head Way” - are welcomed with a cup of tea and home-baked scones on arriv ...

The Mills Inn

Macroom, Co. Cork
Bar
100%
2 votes
1 euro
One of Ireland’s oldest inns, The Mills Inn is in a Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking) area and dates back to 1755. It was traditionally used to break the journey from Cork to Killarney - and still makes a great stopping place as the food is good and fre ...
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