Cork is the second largest city in Ireland (after Dublin of course) and is located in county Cork in the southwestern coastal area of the country. It has about 125,000 people living in the city proper but around 400,000 in the greater metropolitan area.
From the Cork Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Cork
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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! ... more
Great stay. Friendly staff, decent food and good value for money. I'd highly recommend it for anyone looking to stay in Cork. Lovely part of Town too, very picaresque. ... more
Eric went above and beyond to accomodate us. All of our luggage was lost and he was incredibly helpful in assisting us with phone calls and retrieving it. Thankfully it was all found! The facilities are very nice and clean. The only downfall is the walls are quite thin. OTherwise it was a great place and a fantastic value! ... more
I'm going to be going to Cork for a long weekend at some point in the near future. Any top ideas for things to see? And can anyone recommend somewhere nice, but not too dear, to stay for 3 nights? Absolute max 80Eur per night. ...
B&B Cork Airport
Hi, Does anybody know a nice bed and breakfast near Cork Airport. Will be arriving late so within 10k would be nice. Please not in Cork itself, but just in small place nearby. Thanks, Michael ...
Car hire in Ireland (Cork)
Hey fellow travellers... Me and 4 friends are going to Ireland this summer, and we're staying on the SW side of Cork Harbour. We want to hire a car for the week, preferably from Cork Airport, and I wondered if you knew the cheapest/best way to do this? Is it just a case of trawling the Internet ...