Travelling on a shoestring budget in Ireland? There’s a good selection of budget Cork hotels that won’t break the bank. These include 1 and 2 star Cork hotels, from prime city centre locations to country retreats, and there’s no compromise on comfort and quality.
Budget Cork Hotels in the City
If you’re on a tighter budget but still want to stay in the heart of Cork’s vibrant city centre near all the shopping, attractions and nightlife there are a few Cork hotels to choose from. These include the 2 Star Victoria Hotel on Patrick Street, Cork’s main thoroughfare, and the 2 star Ashley Hotel on Coburg Street.
Budget Cork Hotels outside the City
The sheltered seaport town of Cobh attracts visitors all year round. Formerly known as Queenstown, over 2.5 million people departed Ireland’s shores from Cobh during the period 1848 – 1850. It was also the last port of call for the ill-fated Titanic. A hugely popular attraction here is Cobh – The Queenstown Story.
Located here in the historical town of Cobh is the 1 star Rushbrooke Hotel. Also in Cobh, overlooking the harbour is the 2 star Commodor Hotel and the 2 star Bella Vista Hotel about a 5-minute walk from town
Just outside the thriving town of Carrigaline, 15 minutes south of Cork city, you’ll find Fernhill Carrigaline Hotel with its own 18-hole golf course. And no visit to Ireland’s largest county would be complete without exploring the breathtaking West Cork region. Here you’ll find miles of unspoilt coastline, sandy beaches, sheltered bays, mountains, bogs, original stone walls and the list goes on. Budget Cork hotels in the region include the 2 star Parkway Hotel in Dunmanway and the 2 star family owned and run Caseys Hotel in the picturesque West Cork village of Glengarriff.
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