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  1. Glenwood House

    Carrigaline, Cork

    Glenwood House is a luxury four star purpose built guesthouse in Carrigaline, County Cork. Husband and wife team Adrian Sheedy and Noelle Morrison offer hotel standard accommodation in this Irish Tourist Board four star approved guesthouse. Read more

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  2. Lancaster Lodge

    Cork City, Cork

    Welcome to Lancaster Lodge, a purpose built 4 Star Guest House with 48 contemporary bedrooms in a superb location with free car parking in Cork city centre. Read more

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  3. Ballymaloe House

    Midleton, Cork

    Ballymaloe House is a renowned family run country house hotel famous for its outstanding hospitality and superb food. The 17th century house, built on a Norman Keep, is nestled in a 400 acre estate in rural East Cork. Read more

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  4. Garnish House

    Cork City, Cork

    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. Read more

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  5. Ahernes

    Youghal, Cork

    Aherne's in Youghal, County Cork, is a small, luxury guesthouse with a world famous reputation for its warm welcome, luxury accommodation and outstanding food. Read more

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  6. O'Driscolls Corner House Guesthouse

    Baltimore, Cork

    O'Driscolls Corner House Guesthouse is located in the centre of the picturesque village of Baltimore in West Cork, with stunning views of the sailing and fishing harbour. The original home dates back to the 18th century. Read more

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  7. The Old Bank Town House

    Kinsale, Cork

    The Old Bank Townhouse is located in the centre of Kinsale, County Cork, and is just 20 minutes from Cork City and close to Kinsale's many famous bars and restaurants. This Georgian four-star property is a blend of comfort and old world charm. Read more

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  8. Muskerry Arms

    Blarney, Cork

    The Muskerry Arms, Blarney, County Cork, was established as a small public house in 1838 and is named after the Muskerry Tram line, which serviced the village up until 1830. The premises has been owned and managed by the O'Connor family since 1984. Read more

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  9. Coolcower House

    Macroom, Cork

    Coolcower House in Macroom, County Cork, enjoys a beautiful setting overlooking the River Lee with coarse fishing on the water's edge. Read more

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  10. Murphys Pub & Islanders Rest Guest House

    Sherkin Island, Cork

    Murphy’s Pub & Islander’s Rest Guesthouse on Sherkin Island, West Cork is the ideal location for a short break, away for the hustle and bustle of the mainland. We have 21 ensuite bedrooms, most with a stunning view of Baltimore Harbour. Read more

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