Where to stay when visiting Cork Ireland

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Cork, Ireland, began on an island and now spans both banks of the River Lee.  Take a walking tour to St. Finn Barre’s Cathedral. Visit the riverside University College Cork.  Climb up the hill to see Shandon Church, whose steeple is a symbol of the city. The Cork City Gaol looks more like a castle than a penitentiary and has a fascinating history.

To great the real feel of Cork and its residents, you might want to consider staying at a Bed & Breakfast hotel.  If so, you should consider one of the following B&Bs. They were ranked as the best Bed & Breakfast hotels in Cork by the users of Hotels.com.  And you can use Hotels.com to find the best prices for them.

  • Acton Lodge B&B
  • Gabriel House – Guest House
  • Redclyffe House
  • Kent House B&B
  • Number Forty-Eight
  • Daymar B&B
  • Robin Hill House
  • Buena Vista
  • Knockawn Wood Bed & Breakfast
  • Flushing Meadow
  • Seafield Farmhouse
  • Bridgeview Farmhouse
  • Annabella Lodge Bed & Breakfast
  • Blue Horizon
  • Ballyvolane House