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Western Road, Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
Garnish House in Cork City offer a range of elegantly adorned rooms to suit all tastes and budgets, from homely singles to spacious family quarters as well as luxurious Jacuzzi suites.
Rediscover the joys of pampering at Garnish House and experience their now famous gourmet breakfast and a welcoming afternoon tea on arrival.
Garnish House is one of Cork City's premier guesthouses offering RAC and AA four star accommodation, with 24 hour reception, complimentary WiFi and ample free parking.
On offer are a wide variety of individually styled rooms, from standard room options for one or two, to family quarters, to superior king size bedrooms with optional jacuzzi bath. All the rooms are richly decorated, fully equipped and characteristic of the personal attention and warm welcome every guest receives upon arrival, along with the by now legendary, homemade scones, fresh cakes and teas. All rooms come with ensuite bathroom and are fully equipped with television, telephone, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, as well as tea/coffee facilities, complimentary toiletries and wireless internet access. Extra towels, linens, bedding and cots available. Hypo-allergenic bedding is also available.
Recommended by Bridgestone Best Places to Stay, Frommer’s, Lonely Planet, Marco Polo, Lets Go Guide, AA awards Sparkling Diamond and Warm Welcome.
Garnish House also offers apartment suites with one bedroom apartments complete with living room, open plan kitchen, bedroom with twin or queen size beds with pillow top mattress, private bathroom and car park. Or a three bedroom townhouse for up to nine to 12 guests. Or for larger groups there is a seven bedroom townhouse, for up to 16 guests.
The guesthouse is ideally located for city shoppers, lovers of nightlife or those who prefer quieter pursuits, such as leisurely strolls along the river bank, parks and historic sites of the city. Also located on Western Road en route to N22/N71 south west Cork and Kerry, it is an ideal base for further exploration into the celebrated south west of Ireland.