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Ballymaloe House

Shangarry, Co. Cork
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This charming country house is on a 400-acre farm, part of the Geraldine estate in east Cork. Bedrooms upstairs in the main house retain many original features, and the ground floor and courtyard rooms have garden patios. The relaxing drawing room and dining rooms have enchanting old-world charm. Ballymaloe House is renowned for excellent meals, many of which are created using ingredients produced on the farm. There are a craft shop, café, tennis and small golf course on the estate

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Celtic Ross Hotel

Rosscarbery, Co. Cork
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This hotel is situated on the edge of Rosscarbery village overlooking Rosscarbery Bay. Public areas are relaxing places, with a variety of lounges, a library, and the Warren Suite which enjoys panoramic views as far as Galley Head. Food is available in the bar throughout the day and evening in the Kingfisher Bar and Bistro. Afternoon tea is a speciality that can be reserved in advance. The spacious bedrooms are comfortable and well-appointed, many with wonderful sea views. There are extensive leisure and banqueting facilities plus music and dancing events on a regular basis. This is a property that enjoys a strong reputation in the region for wedding celebrations and other family occasions.

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Duvane House

Ballyduvane, Clonakilty
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This Georgian farmhouse is on the N71 Skibbereen road. Bedrooms are comfortable and include four-poster and brass beds. There is a lovely sitting room and dining room, and a wide choice is available at breakfast (dinner is available by arrangement). Local amenities include Blue Flag beaches, riding and golf.

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Friars Lodge

5 Friars Street, Kinsale
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This family-run and owned lodge was purpose-built and is situated near the Friary on a quiet street just a short walk from the historic town of Kinsale, renowned for its restaurants and bars. Bedrooms and suites are particularly spacious and furnished with guest comfort in mind. Being close to The Old Head Golf Club, and many others, there is storage for clubs and a drying room available with secure parking to the rear. There is a cosy lounge where a wine and snack menu is available. The elegant dining room is the setting for imaginative Irish breakfasts.

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Gougane Barra Hotel

Gougane Barra, Macroom, Co. Cork
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This charming hotel, run by the Lucey family for over five generations, is in an idyllic location on the shores of Gougane Barra Lake, overlooking the tiny Oratory of St. Finbarr, a popular venue for intimate weddings. The bedrooms vary in size, but they are all well decorated, very comfortable and ideal for leisure guests. Chef Katie Lucey prepares menus based on the best local and seasonal ingredients, some from artisan producers. The ground floor includes cosy lounge areas and a traditional bar, with a marquee theatre in the summer months for an innovative experience known as Theatre by the Lake.

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Hayfield Manor

Perrott Avenue, College Road, Cork
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Dating originally from the early 1800's and now entering its third decade as an hotel, Hayfield Manor is an oasis of comfort and calm. It is set in two acres of mature gardens, featuring trees over 150 of age, in the University quarter of the city. Bedrooms and suites come in a number of sizes, but the style is the same throughout; quality fabrics and furnishings married with the latest of the technological advances one expects from a world class property. Cuisine is a major element of the business enjoyed here, with a well-deserved reputation in the area. Lunch and dinner is served daily in Perrotts Garden Bistro, and on the terrace when weather permits. High end evening dining is in Orchids Restaurant. Ample complimentary car parking in the grounds.

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Maryborough House Hotel

Maryborough Hill, Douglas, Cork
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Dating from 1715, this house was renovated and extended to become a fine hotel with beautifully landscaped grounds featuring rare plant species. There are stylish suites in the main house and the bedrooms in the wing are comfortably furnished. The bar and lounge are very popular for the range of food served throughout the day; Bellini's restaurant offers a mix of classic and contemporary dishes. There are impressive spa, leisure and conference facilities, plus activities for children.

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Rolfs Country House

Baltimore Hill, Baltimore
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Situated on a hill above the fishing village of Baltimore, are the 400-year-old stone buildings that the Haffner family successfully converted into accommodation. Available are ten traditionally furnished en suite bedrooms in an annexe building, a cosy bar with an open fire, and a rustic restaurant on two levels. Dinner is served nightly during the high season and at weekends in the winter months; the menu features quality meats, artisan cheeses and fish landed at the busy pier. This is a lovely place to stay and the hosts are very friendly.

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Seaview House Hotel

Ballylickey, Co. Cork
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Colourful gardens and glimpses of Bantry Bay through the mature trees frame this delightful country house. Now under the guidance of the second generation of the O'Sullivan family, the hosts and loyal team of staff are exceptionally pleasant, and there is a relaxed atmosphere in the cosy lounges. Guest comfort and good cuisine are top priorities. Bedrooms are spacious and individually styled in a traditional manner, with some on the ground floor appointed to suit less able guests.

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Springfort Hall Country House Hotel

Two Pot House, Mallow, Co. Cork
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This 18th-century country manor is tucked away amid tranquil woodlands located just six kilometres from Mallow. There is an attractive oval dining room, a cosy drawing room and lounge bar where bistro-style food is served. The spacious bedrooms are comfortably furnished. There are extensive banqueting and conference facilities. Local amenities include championship golf courses, fishing on the Blackwater and Ballyhass Lakes, and horseracing at Cork Race course.

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