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Hayfield Manor Hotel

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While the original merchants’ property on the estate has since been rebuilt, Hayfield Manor still exudes period-style elegance — The Telegraph

A member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, this delightful place is set amid gardens. — DK Eyewitness

Ruddy with red brick and brightened by white-sash windows, Hayfield Manor's exterior hints at the comfy luxury within. — Fodor's

One of Ireland's most acclaimed properties, this family-run, 88-room boutique hotel in Cork City pulls out all the stops for an authentic Irish experience. — Oyster

Hidden down a side street beside University College Cork, this Georgian hotel feels like a fancy family home with its vine-swathed, redbrick exterior, wood-paneled library furnished in... — Afar Magazine

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Ballymaloe House Hotel

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The fountainhead of New Irish cuisine... a bigger dose of country charm can be found in some guest rooms cocooned in floral wallpapers. — Fodor's

Combining a Georgian farmhouse facade with the tower of a 14th-century castle, this ivy-covered enclave of hospitality... is on a working farm, complete with grazing sheep and cows. — Frommer's

Myrtle Allen is Ireland’s answer to Alice Waters: The centenarian chef has lobbied the Irish parliament for better food policies, earned some Michelin stars, and 50 years ago she opened a... — Afar Magazine

Spread across a 400-acre estate in rural eastern Cork, this seventeenth-century stone mansion earns a perfect score for "service that has to be experienced to be believed." — Condé Nast Traveler

The rooms have been individually decorated with period furnishings and are a pleasing mass of different shapes and sizes. — Lonely Planet

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The River Lee

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This modern riverside hotel brings a touch of luxury to the city centre. It has gorgeous public areas .... and a stunning five-storey glass-walled atrium and superb service — Lonely Planet

An oasis of tranquillity in Cork’s historical city centre — The Telegraph

The 182-room River Lee is one of the top luxury hotels in Cork, and is part of the upscale Doyle Collection mini-chain. — Oyster

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Hotel Isaacs Cork

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The three-pearl Hotel Isaacs Cork is an elegant, historic hotel that’s a short walk to the city center, restaurants, and shops — Oyster

Location is the real selling point at this grand old hotel housed in what once was a Victorian furniture warehouse. — Lonely Planet

With a tone of boho shabby chic that appeals to the hotel's many regular guests, this stylish renovation transformed an old, city-center warehouse into a busy restaurant and hotel complex. — Fodor's

A far cry from its beginnings as an Edwardian tobacco warehouse, this boutique hotel offers stylish accommodation in the heart of Cork’s theatre district — The Telegraph

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Garnish House

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A short walk from the town center... offers impeccably clean, well-aired rooms with net curtains, a homey assortment of furniture, well-dressed beds, and fresh fruit and flowers. — Fodor's

Every attention is lavished upon guests at this award-winning B&B. The legendary breakfast menu (30 choices!) includes fresh fish, French toast, omelettes and a whole lot more. — Lonely Planet

The mid-range Garnish House has a peaceful yet convenient site, just across from Cork’s university and within walking distance of the city center — Oyster

Sample real Irish hospitality at this Victorian guesthouse near the university. . — Insight Guides

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Ambassador Hotel & Health Club Cork

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May not be the fanciest hotel in Cork, nor the hippest, but it has the most character and the best view—which you pay for with a steep 10-minute walk up from the town center. — Fodor's

An upscale historic boutique — Oyster

An imposing Victorian building has been converted into a stylish hilltop hotel with great views of the city and harbour. . — Insight Guides

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Maryborough Hotel & Spa

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The 93-room Maryborough Hotel and Spa is an upscale spa hotel that has gone to some lengths to preserve and celebrate its period heritage, not least in its wonderful gardens — Oyster

A Georgian gem set in 14 acres of serene woods and rolling gardens, the privately owned Maryborough Hotel & Spa combines a core period-mansion with a fully modern extension for the best of both worlds — The Telegraph

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Cork International Hotel

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Perhaps the ultimate destination hotel for road warriors, the Cork International Hotel combines easy airport access with great facilities, comfort and dining — The Telegraph

The 144-room upscale Cork International Hotel is a step up from the average airport hotel — Oyster

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The Kingsley

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Making the most of its scenic location along the old Lee Baths site, the Kingsley offers top modern luxury on the outskirts of Cork city — The Telegraph

The Kingsley is an elegant four-pearl property with charming views of the River Lee, though it's outside of the city center, which is an eight-minute drive away — Oyster

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Seaview House Hotel

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You'll find everything you'd expect from a luxury hotel here: country-house ambience, tastefully decorated public rooms, expansive service and cosy, smart bedrooms. — Lonely Planet

This handsome seaside hotel is homey and full of interesting heirlooms, fine antiques, and an utter disregard for fads and trends. Instead, it sticks to old-fashioned principles of good service. — Frommer's

Among private, wooded grounds overlooking Bantry Bay, this large, three-story, 19th-century country house is an oasis of calm, nestled in its own gardens well away from the main road. — Fodor's

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Rolfs Country House

Cork 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Upmarket Rolf's, in a much-restored old farmhouse in restful gardens on the outskirts of town, does the lot. — Lonely Planet

A stone-built farmhouse with a semi-wild subtropical garden and great coastal views, this establishment is now run by the second generation of Rolf Haffner's family, led by chef Johannes. — Fodor's

A long-established family-run guesthouse overlooking the harbor and the Mizen peninsula, Rolf's is an appealing complex of cut-stone buildings. — Frommer's

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The West Cork Hotel

Cork 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This stolid veteran has 30 comfortable, refurbished rooms in an attractive location next to the River Ilen; an old railway bridge across the river serves as an outdoor terrace, and rooms at the back have pastoral views — Lonely Planet

This is the sort of comfy, old-style hotel that has a bit of style despite itself. — Frommer's

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Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa

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So close to the beach, you could almost dive into the Atlantic from the balcony, this famously luxurious spa is one of the best in the region — Frommer's

A superb seawater spa is at the heart of this sprawling resort 5km south of Clonakilty, where the service is outstanding...and luxurious rooms overlook the ocean from private balconies and terraces. — Lonely Planet

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Galley Head Lightkeeper's House

Cork 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The lightkeepers at Galley Head Lighthouse, County Cork, once lived in these houses, set right beside the lighthouse tower — Afar Magazine

It's actually two connecting houses, which can be rented separately or together...Both houses have sturdy mahogany furnishings, oversized sofas and armchairs, a fireplace in every room. — Frommer's

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Glen Country House

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On the coast south of Cork, this beautiful house is tucked away among cow pastures — Afar Magazine

This lovely creeper-clad Victorian house is excellent as a touring base or quiet retreat—many guests just nestle down and enjoy the sheltered sea estuary and good walks. — Fodor's

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Aherne's Townhouse Hotel Youghal

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In the heart of a busy seaside resort, this cozy restaurant with rooms has been penned into many travelers' journals because of its first-rate seafood. — Frommer's

The 12 rooms above the popular restaurant are extremely well appointed; larger ones have small balconies, where you can breathe in the sea air. — Lonely Planet

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Fortview House

Cork 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On a working farm, this lovely house has three antique-filled, flower-themed bedrooms. — Lonely Planet

With pristine country-style rooms, antique pine furniture, wood floors, iron and brass beds, and crisp Irish linens, this place is a treasure. — Frommer's

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Ballylickey House

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Situated 5km north of Bantry in Ballylickey, this beautiful manor house with manicured lawns overlooks the bay. — Lonely Planet

With a stunning view of Bantry Bay, nestled amid sculpted lawns and gardens, and with a backdrop of mountains and moorlands, this 300-year-old manor house was built as a shooting lodge. — Frommer's

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Imperial Hotel

Cork 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Though she cannot compete in size with the grande-dame hotels of bigger cities, the Imperial, which dates to 1813, plays this role with conviction in Cork society. — Fodor's

Fast approaching her bicentenary, the Imperial knows how to age gracefully. — Lonely Planet

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Rock Cottage

Cork 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This B&B offers a wonderfully secluded, relaxing retreat in what was once Lord Bandon's hunting lodge. — Frommer's

This slate-clad Georgian hunting lodge has three rooms, which stylishly mix antique furniture and modern textiles for an elegant yet cheery effect. — Lonely Planet

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