With our Cork accommodation you can book anything from a luxury Cork hotel to a cosy bed and breakfast in Cork. There’s something to suit everyone’s taste and budget whether you’re heading to the Rebel County for a family holiday, a romantic weekend or even just a night’s stop over. All Cork accommodation is Tourist Board approved so matter what you choose you’ll receive value for your money. Read more on Cork accommodation…
Also known as ‘The Rebel County’, Cork can be found on the south coast of Ireland in the province of Munster. It’s Ireland’s largest county, so there’s just so much to see and do here, from exploring the exciting and intriguing Cork city to admiring the wild and wonderful coastline and rugged peninsulas of Cork.
Cork city is the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland after Dublin. You can touch down in Cork International Airport with flights operating from all over the UK and Europe. (Read our Explore Cork City blog article for more)
Top attractions to see in County Cork include the famous Blarney Stone, Bantry House and Gardens, Charles Fort in Kinsale, Fota Wildlife Park, The Ballincollig Gunpowder Mills and The Old Midleton Distillery to name a few.
There are over 50 hotels in Cork. Cork hotels are scattered all over the city, county and along the coast, so whether you’re after a luxury Cork hotel or a budget Cork hotel there’s bound to be something to suit you.
For Cork accommodation that’s a bit more intimate and homely, why not choose a bed and breakfast in Cork.
Maybe you would prefer the space, flexibility and independence that comes with self catering accommodation in Cork. There are lots to choose from like holiday homes, apartments and holiday cottages – Cork had is all when it comes to self catering!
Cork accommodation is always in high demand especially during the Summer months so book your Cork accommodation now!
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