Pick your Perk
Choose from one of our Tourism Attractions with B&B and Dinner
A City Break with your choice of experiencing one of Cork’s amazing visitor attractions from €219 pps
Your break will include:
2 Nights Bed & Breakfast
2 Course Evening Meal in our MET restaurant on one evening
Tickets to one of the following attractions:
– Nano Nagle Place
– Titanic Experience
– Spike Island
– Blarney Castle & Gardens
– Cork City Gaol
Car Parking is available in St Patrick’s Quay car park for €10.00 per 24 hours.
Please note your preference in the Comment section of your Reservation and we will contact you to arrange your preferred date and time.
We would advise guests to book dinner prior to arrival.
ideal if you are visiting Cork and County
This hotel is ideal if you are visiting Cork and County. The hotel is close to the rail station and not to far from the central bus station, so no taxi fares... Walk into city centre, bus to Blarney and Kinsale and other destinations. Another short walk to the rail station for train to Dublin and all stops on the way. Make sure you also take the train to Cobh and Spike
Just what we needed
The hotel is set in an excellent location for the city centre. Many pubs/restaurants easy walking distance. Vibrant nightlife with lots of pubs supporting local bands, which we love. Felt safe & welcome wherever we went. The hotel itself was quiet at night so no trouble getting shut eye. If you get the chance the Jameson experience is a must, we thoroughly enjoyed it & was easily reached by train
Distillery tour in Ireland
Perfect location when you travel by public transport and excellent connection with Jameson distillery in Midleton with a bus stop just outside the hotel. Lots of pubs in the close neighbourhood. Good Gym and Pool facilities,
beautiful hotel in a great location
This is a beautiful hotel in a great location. Our room was very modern but still extremely comfortable. Parking is just a short walk from the entrance and very reasonable rate for the area. The market is just up the road along with Blarney Castle.