If you like to shop til’ you drop, Cork is the place for you and the Metropole Hotel, in the heart of Cork City is the perfect base.
The Metropole Hotel is right on the edge of your Wild Atlantic Way adventure. Begin you adventure on the Wild Atlantic Way with a relaxing stay at the
Roam through a land of legends along Ireland’s Ancient East. Take an immersive journey of discovery through 5,000 years of Ireland’s ancient history.
Cork’s original Palace of Varieties, The Everyman, is a beautiful 650 seat theatre. A listed building and steeped in history.
The Jameson Distillery, Midleton, (also known as the Old Midleton Distillery or the Jameson Experience) is a visitor’s centre.
Located in the heart of Cork city, The Crawford Art Gallery, a National Cultural Institution, is a must see for locals and tourists alike.
Blarney Castle was built nearly six hundred years ago by one of Ireland’s greatest chieftains, Cormac MacCarthy.
Fota Wildlife Park is set on 70 acres on the scenic Fota Island in the heart of Cork Harbour only 15 minutes from Cork City.
Cork City Gaol is located 2k n/w from Patrick’s Street and while the magnificent castle-like building is now a major and unique visitor attraction.
Experience The English Market On Your Stay At The Metropole Hotel
Built in 1865, the cathedral remains to be one of Corks most famed landmarks. The cathedral is based on William Burges’s French gothic style design.
St. Anne’s Church, Shandon can be found on the North side of Cork City, situated on a site where there is believed to have been a church.
The Lewis Glucksman Gallery is a cultural and educational institution that promotes the research, creation and exploration of the visual arts.
The Cork Opera House is less than a 10 minute walk from The Metropole Hotel Cork and is southern Ireland’s premier venue
Cork Public Museum is housed in a two storey Georgian house commanding a central position in Fitzgerald’s Park, Cork.
The UCC campus is noted for its mature well-wooded grounds containing several Californian Redwood trees.
The Cork Vision Centre offers visitors an opportunity to appreciate a fine example of conservation in action
Blackrock Castle, on the banks of the River Lee is now home to an 80 seat licensed restaurant, 40 seat Cinema / Lecture Hall, 12 seat Tower Conference Room
The Park offers the visitor a varied and fascinating introduction to different aspects of Corks rich heritage ranging from the story of the Pike family
If you’re looking for something different for a great night out in Cork, why not enjoy an evening at Curraheen Park Greyhound Stadium.
The medieval town of Kinsale is not just about food. it’s also about traditional bars, beautiful buildings, narrow streets, shops and galleries
Cobh is situated on the southern shore of the Great Island in one of the world’s finest natural harbours.
Take a trip to http://www.modelvillage.ie/ for a fun and memorable day out on your visit to Clonakilty and West Cork.