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Harleys Guest House Cobh Star Rating 1        
24 Harbour Road

With views across Cork Harbour to Spike Island, this simple guesthouse is a 6-minute walk from the Titanic Experience Cobh and a 5-minute walk from St. Colman's Cathedral.The 5 airy rooms, some with sea views, feature en suite bathrooms, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
The White House Kinsale Star Rating 3        
Pearse Street

This warm and modern Georgian guesthouse is a 2-minute walk from Desmond Castle and 2.9 km from Charles Fort. Elegantly simple rooms have en suite bathrooms, free WiFi, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
Oriel House Hotel Star Rating 4        
Ballincollig, County Cork, County Cork, Republic of Ireland

This upscale hotel is 8.1 km from Muskerry Golf Club and 13.6 km from Cork Airport.
Fota Island Resort Star Rating 5        
Fota Island

This upscale golf resort is 5 km from Fota Wildlife Park and 17 km from Cork city centre. Sophisticated rooms offer flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffeemaking facilities, and rainfall showers. Some rooms have balconies.
Castle Hotel Macroom Star Rating 4        
Main Street

This upmarket, family-run hotel in the centre of the historic market town is 1 km from Macroom Golf Club. The warm rooms include free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add whirlpool baths.
Knockawn Wood Bed & Breakfast Blarney Star Rating 2        
Curraleigh Inniscarra

This unpretentious countryside bed-and-breakfast is 13.1 km from Fitzgerald Park and 14.3 km from the St.
Annabella Lodge B&B Star Rating 4        
Annabella Lodge, Mallow

This understated bed-and-breakfast is 4 minutes' walk from Mallow train station and 10 minutes' walk from the town centre. The 6 rooms are simply furnished and include en suite bathrooms, TVs, free WiFi, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Free hot drinks and home-baked treats are provided on arrival, and full Irish breakfast is served in the sunroom.
The Hibernian Hotel and Leisure Centre Star Rating 3        
Main Street

This Tudor-style hotel in the centre of Mallow is 10 minutes' walk from the train station and 3.6 km from Cork Racecourse Mallow. Simply furnished rooms include free WiFi, satellite TV, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Cork International Hostel Star Rating 2        
1/2 Redclyffe, Western Road

This traditional hostel in a redbrick Victorian house is 3 minutes' walk from University College Cork and 1.5 km from Cork English Market. Dorms have up to 10 beds.
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.