Cork

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Ballymaloe House Hotel
9
6 reviews
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
Hayfield Manor Hotel
8
7 reviews
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
The River Lee
8
4 reviews
An oasis of tranquillity in Cork’s historical city centre. — The Telegraph
Seaview House Hotel
8
4 reviews
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
Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa
8
3 reviews
The Inchydoney Lodge & Spa is in a superb location overlooking the Atlantic on Ireland's spectacular south coast, surrounded by the natural beauty of West Cork — The Telegraph
Longueville House Hotel
8
3 reviews
This elegant Georgian mansion hotel, set within 500 acres of wooded grounds, is a destination in its own right — The Telegraph
The Montenotte Hotel
8
3 reviews
The four-pearl Montenotte Hotel sits on a hill in a residential neighborhood, overlooking the city and the Lee River from its impressive restaurant and bar terrace — Oyster
The Imperial Hotel
8
Centre
3 reviews
In a central city center location on the banks of the River Lee...This urban crossbreed provides excellent meeting space as well as one of the city's better spas. — Star Service
Hotel Isaacs Cork
8
Montenotte
4 reviews
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
Garnish House
8
Mardyke
4 reviews
Sample real Irish hospitality at this Victorian guesthouse near the university. . — Insight Guides
Clayton Hotel Cork City
7
Centre
3 reviews
The Clarion Hotel Cork is a centrally located four-pearl property that’s popular with business travelers and tourists alike. — Oyster
Rolfs Country House
7
3 reviews
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
The Heron's Cove Restaurant and B&B
7
3 reviews
The Heron’s Cove is a special little spot on a small inlet in Goleen on the coast in West Cork, with harbor views and an outdoor terrace for pre- or post-dinner drinks — Afar Magazine
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The Address Cork
7
Montenotte
3 reviews
An imposing Victorian building has been converted into a stylish hilltop hotel with great views of the city and harbour. . — Insight Guides
Bantry House B&B
7
2 reviews
Guest rooms in this aristocratic mansion are decorated with antiques and contemporary furnishings – when you're not playing croquet, lawn tennis or billiards you can lounge in the library, once the doors of the historic house have closed to the public (guests have free access to the house) — Lonely Planet
The West Cork Hotel
7
2 reviews
This is the sort of comfy, old-style hotel that has a bit of style despite itself. — Frommer's
Fortview House
7
2 reviews
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
Aherne's Townhouse Hotel Youghal
7
2 reviews
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
7
2 reviews
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
The Kingsley
7
Sunday's Well
2 reviews
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
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