Thursday, 11 April 2013

Around Youghal, Midleton

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Other Cork Accommodation Options

The Rebel County manages to encompass virtually every aspect of a visitor’s dream Irish experience within its borders. Follow Cork’s three peninsulas into the Atlantic, and you will discover a magnificent coastline threaded with lively seaside villages. Wander east and experience Cork’s historic past or focus your attention on the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Cork city’s social and cultural scene. Whichever quality GoIreland accommodation option you choose, you will encounter the unique charisma of a fiercely proud Cork population.
Here at GoIreland, we endeavour to make your stay in Cork a relaxing and memorable one. If you are visiting some of Cork's top destinations and attractions, we have the right accommodation choice for you. If you would like to explore the county at your own pace, book car hire from Cork Airportat incredibly low rates.

Accommodation in Cork City

Cork city breezily pushes Dublin aside as it swaggers into the 21st century. The city’s urban renewal continues to produce some of the best new buildings, bars and arts centres in the country, but the best of the city remains reassuringly traditional—cosy pubs with live music sessions, mouth-watering artisan produce in an ever-expanding list of restaurants, and a genuine welcome from the locals. Whether your interests lie in the cosmopolitan or the traditional, however, GoIreland’s Cork city accommodation range gives you the perfect base. Our Cork city accommodation offering includes a fine selection of hotelsbed and breakfastsguest housesself-catering, and hostels. Want to catch an early morning flight? We've got you covered with an excellent choice of Cork Airport hotels.

Accommodation in West Cork

It’s easy to see why so many people escape to West Cork and never return, but if you are planning a less permanent stay, choose your accommodation from GoIreland’s selection of keenly priced and varied selection. From postcard-perfect Kinsale, bustling Clonakilty, warm-hearted Skibbereen, and the wealth of picturesque locations in between, you can sample some of the best food in Ireland and sleep it off in comfort at your GoIreland accommodation.

Accommodation in East/ North Cork

See where the RMS Titanic’s made its final port of call and visit Cobh , home of the Queenstown Story, or, for Ireland’s wildest attraction, call to the Fota Wildlife Park. The Jameson Experience in Midleton is a great tour even if you’re not a whisky drinker, and, for some of Cork’s best seafood restaurants, the seaside town of Youghal, is a great port of call. GoIreland can arrange your accommodation wherever you plan to visit in East Cork.

Just a few miles north of Cork city is the town of Blarney. You may have resisted putting your lips to a rock that millions of others have kissed before you, but the surroundings and grounds of Blarney Castle alone should be enough to convince you to at least visit the Blarney Stone. Wherever you stay in North Cork, GoIreland can offer you a range of excellent accommodation options.
Cork city is also home to University College Cork and the Cork Institute of Technology , two excellent centres of learning, giving the city a youthful and vibrant atmosphere.