Visit and stay in our self catering holiday homes in County Cork

Why visit County Cork?

People from Cork call the city the real capital of Ireland. Voted in 2005 as the European Capital of Culture, Cork and its surrounding areas offer its visitors that something that no other county can offer – some of Ireland’s friendliest and most welcoming people combined with jaw dropping scenery, festivals, arts and sport.

Why visit County Cork?

People from Cork call the city the real capital of Ireland. Voted in 2005 as the European Capital of Culture, Cork and its surrounding areas offer its visitors that something that no other county can offer – some of Ireland’s friendliest and most welcoming people combined with jaw dropping scenery, festivals, arts and sport.

Eating in Cork

Greene’s: Greene’s located on Cork City’s Maccurtin Street is a fine-dining experience to truly savour. Although higher cost when it comes to its price it provides a dining experience that is hard to find. The restaurant provides a classy yet non-judging feel. Located at the heart of Cork’s CBD, Greene’s is the perfect destination for celebrating a large life occasion or celebrating a promotion.

 

The Fish Kitchen: The Fish Kitchen is an acclaimed seafood restaurant that currently boasts five stars on Trip Advisor. Located at the very heart of Bantry on New Street The Fish Kitchen offers traditional seafood with a modern twist. Renowned for its scallops with beautiful gubbeen chorizo, the fish kitchen is a foodie with a taste for seafood’s idea of heaven. See the menu for The Fish Kitchen here. Oh and by the way. This place is often busy- make sure to book in advance.  

 

The Church Restaurant: The Church Restaurant is a beautiful converted church located in the stunning village of Skibbereen. Recently awarded a Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor The Church Restaurant beautifully meshes beautiful food with superb and a unique setting. See the unique design at The Church Restaurant here.   

Things to do in Cork

Skibbereen Farmers Market: The Skibbereen Farmers Market is widely considered to be Ireland’s best farmers market. In existence since 2001the Skibbereen Farmers Market is a combination of numerous traders coming together making it a perfect destination for any couple seeking to reap the rewards some of Cork’s best farms.

Spike Island: Located off the coast of Cobh in Cork City Spike Island has over one thousand, three hundred years of history within its walls. Spike Island’s team of knowledgeable and engaging staff will make any visit to the prison a trip that nobody would forget. Ferries to and from the island travel on a regular basis and the journey takes generally about twenty to thirty minutes to complete. Book your trip to Spike Island here

Fota Wildlife Park: If you are on or about to go on a family break to Co. Cork Fota Wildlife Park should be factored into your plans. Located in Carrigtohill just outside Cork City Fota Wildlife park offers the perfect escape for every age.

Eating in Cork

Greene’s: Greene’s located on Cork City’s Maccurtin Street is a fine-dining experience to truly savour. Although higher cost when it comes to its price it provides a dining experience that is hard to find. The restaurant provides a classy yet non-judging feel. Located at the heart of Cork’s CBD, Greene’s is the perfect destination for celebrating a large life occasion or celebrating a promotion.

The Fish Kitchen: The Fish Kitchen is an acclaimed seafood restaurant that currently boasts five stars on Trip Advisor. Located at the very heart of Bantry on New Street The Fish Kitchen offers traditional seafood with a modern twist. Renowned for its scallops with beautiful gubbeen chorizo, the fish kitchen is a foodie with a taste for seafood’s idea of heaven. See the menu for The Fish Kitchen here. Oh and by the way. This place is often busy- make sure to book in advance.  

The Church Restaurant: The Church Restaurant is a beautiful converted church located in the stunning village of Skibbereen. Recently awarded a Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor The Church Restaurant beautifully meshes beautiful food with superb and a unique setting. See the unique design at The Church Restaurant here.   

Things to do in Cork

Skibbereen Farmers Market: The Skibbereen Farmers Market is widely considered to be Ireland’s best farmers market. In existence since 2001the Skibbereen Farmers Market is a combination of numerous traders coming together making it a perfect destination for any couple seeking to reap the rewards some of Cork’s best farms.

Spike Island: Located off the coast of Cobh in Cork City Spike Island has over one thousand, three hundred years of history within its walls. Spike Island’s team of knowledgeable and engaging staff will make any visit to the prison a trip that nobody would forget. Ferries to and from the island travel on a regular basis and the journey takes generally about twenty to thirty minutes to complete. Book your trip to Spike Island here

Fota Wildlife Park: If you are on or about to go on a family break to Co. Cork Fota Wildlife Park should be factored into your plans. Located in Carrigtohill just outside Cork City Fota Wildlife park offers the perfect escape for every age.

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