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University Hall Apartments Campus Accommodation Star Rating 2        
Victoria Cross

University Hall Apartments Campus Accommodation offers a comfortable setting while in Cork. Only a short stroll from Cork County Hall, it provides comfortable apartments equipped with a kitchenette, a refrigerator and a private bathroom.University Hall offers a golf course, supervised child care/activities and a playground.
Victoria Lodge Cork Star Rating 2        
Victoria Cross

Victoria Lodge Cork is located in Cork and offers free Wi-Fi. It is conveniently positioned for those wishing to visit local attractions.There are a variety of facilities at Victoria Lodge, including supervised child care/activities, a playground and a golf course.
Rathmore House Bed & Breakfast Baltimore (Ireland) Star Rating 3        
Castle End, Rathmore

Rathmore House Bed & Breakfast Baltimore Ireland is ideally positioned in a peaceful setting in Baltimore, a short drive from Skibbereen and Rosscarbery. It offers complimentary wireless internet, a fitness centre and a golf course.Guests of the guest house have access to its wide variety of outdoor activities, including horse riding, fishing and canoeing.
Ardgroom Leisure Village        

Situated in Parknasilla, Ardgroom Leisure Village is within easy driving distance of Castletownbere and offers free Wi-Fi and luggage storage.Lodgings at the vacation rental are comfortable and provide a microwave, a refrigerator and a kitchen. They all have tea and coffee making facilities and heating.
Stay Cork-Your Stay, Your Way        
Belgrave Place

Located within a 10-minute walk of Kent Train Station, Stay Cork-Your Stay Your Way is an ideal base when in Cork. It also provides free Wi-Fi and luggage storage.Every comfortable apartment at the property features tea and coffee making facilities, heating and a private bathroom, as well as all the necessities for an enjoyable stay.
Killeena Self Catering Apartments        

Set within the picturesque parkland of Baltimore, Killeena Self Catering Apartments provides comfortable accommodation and a full range of facilities, such as a garden.There are 12 rooms at the hotel, each offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.Killeena Self Catering Apartments provides easy access to Ilen Rovers.
Shanagarry Holiday Village Star Rating 3        

Located within the scenic countryside of Shanagarry, Shanagarry Holiday Village offers stylish accommodation and a full range of facilities, including luggage storage. It is situated a brief walk from Russell Rovers GAA.Shanagarry Holiday Village offers a comfortable lodging, equipped to fit the needs of any traveller.
Casey's of Baltimore Hotel (Ireland) Star Rating 3        
Baltimore, West Cork, County Cork, Ireland

An 12-minute walk from the Baltimore Harbour ferry terminal, this village hotel overlooks Church Strand Bay and is 13 km southwest of Skibbereen. Bright rooms with pine furnishings offer free WiFi, tea and coffeemaking facilities, and satellite TV. Some rooms have sea views.
Westlodge Hotel Star Rating 3        

Set on 23 acres overlooking Bantry Bay, this rural hotel is 5 km from the Bantry Bay Golf Club. Bright, unassuming rooms include tea and coffeemaking facilities, as well as TVs. A suite adds a separate living room.
Travelodge Cork Airport Star Rating 3        
Black Ash, Kinsale Road Roundabout, Frankfield Road

This traditional budget hotel is 6.8 km from the Cork City Gaol museum and 15.1 km from Blarney Castle.
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County Cork is the largest and southernmost county in Ireland. It lies in the province of Munster and is named after the city of Cork. The City Centre is built on an island in the River Lee just upstream of Cork Harbour. Founded by St. Finbarr in A.D.650 Cork is known today as the Rebel County.

A newfound vibrancy abounds within Cork city today, thanks to the eclectic selection of bars, shops and restaurants that have opened up. West Cork contains a vast territory which is relatively undiscovered, and completely unspoilt. Its villages and resorts are mostly unsophisticated, but lively and friendly in their own special fashion, and very welcoming to strangers who come to join in the fun. Many fine buildings and churches are dotted around the city and the steep lanes that rise from the north and south of the central island offer great views of the city.