x The average starting price for a place to stay in Cork is £52 per night.
Elmcourt, Blarney Co. Cork, IrelandOutstanding 100%
jenniesue This hostel was very clean and comfortable. Rooms were quiet at night and had a clean ensuite bathroom. The common areas (kitchen and lounge with internet access) were not very comfortable and the internet connection never worked while I was there. The Bru Bar in the lower floor of the hostel was really nice and a fun place to meet other travellers. A short walk to the bus station and the central area of Cork. I would stay here again.
seanobroin Gabriel House Guest House is a fine house set in the higher parts of Cork city....the house itself is nice and well kept.The breakfast is very good and there are quite enough food choices.A small point to quibble about is that it seems that you can't make coffee/tea in the rooms,but this facility is available in the dining area.Also it's a pity that such a nice house doesn't have some sort of a room to meet others in except for the dining area.Overall the atmosphere was good.There wasn't a remote control for the t.v. in my room at the time I stayed there,but this is not important if you want to get away from it all.Bathroom facilities are excellent.One very,very small point...the staff were very good,but I had to fight a little to get over a perceived coolness to citizens of the capital,Dublin,as guests.Is this "Capital envy" or some sort of Cork snobbery?The city itself is great and well worth a visit.....as are the people...
Lower Glanmire Road TivoliVery Good 79%
elodie_cherbonn The house is really impressive. A lot of character and taste in this place. The people welcoming us were really nice and available. The room was clean and quiet. The breakfast was wonderful with home-made juices, lots of choices in cereals, yoghurt, breads... A really peaceful time, perfect to rest!
Black Ash Kinsale Road Roundabout Frankfield RoadVery Good 77%
1&2 Redclyffe Western RoadGood 72%
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