Munster Arms Hotel
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Oliver Plunkett Street, Bandon, Cork,
Mr Don O'Sullivan
In the historic town of Bandon, County Cork, travellers can enjoy a warm welcome and comfortable stay at the Munster Arms Hotel. It is an ideal base for exploring all the offerings of West Cork.
The Munster Arms Hotel offers a vibrant, friendly environment for anyone visiting Bandon, County Cork. It offers all that is best in traditional hospitality. There are a variety of tastefully designed rooms to accommodate individuals, couples and families with young children. Each room has an ensuite bathroom, hair dryer, tea and coffee making facilities and direct dial telephone.
The hotel also provides a gourmet dining experience for visitors and residents alike. It serves a carvery lunch, À la carte dinner and children’s menu, all made with fresh, local ingredients. Additionally, The Munster Arms has function rooms for both large-scale special events and intimate gatherings.
Bandon and surrounding areas offer many things to see and do with beautiful beaches perfect for surfing, equestrian centres, cycling and walking routes, golf courses, shops and much more.
The Munster Arms Hotel is also famous as being the last location that General Michael Collins visited on the 22nd August 1922, before his convoy was ambushed a few hours later in Béal na Bláth when he was fatally wounded.