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Cork is rich in history and heritage with an old world charm coupled with a modern vibrancy.

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Cork - The Rebel County

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Cork City is Ireland's biggest county and is built on the River Lee. The city is rich in history and heritage, with old world charm coupled with modern vibrancy. Cork is a county of outstanding scenery, charming towns and villages and welcoming people.


Search for bed and breakfast accommodation near the Blarney Stone CorkThe ideal way to gain an insight into the city’s heritage and culture is to take a guided walking tour of Cork City. Historic sites not to be missed include Old Midelton Distillery, The Titanic Trail, Blarney Castle and the Cork City Gaol, which is a popular heritage centre.


With the world’s largest natural harbour, sailing is popular in Cork. The many beaches make deep-sea diving, windsurfing, sea-kayaking and fishing common water-sport activities. Walkers can enjoy fabulous coastal and cliff-top walks. Golfers are well catered for with extensive world class golf courses.

B&B accommodation is the ideal base for exploring Cork City and county. Homes are affordable, welcoming and stylishly designed with comfort in mind. Experience the Cork hospitality on your next trip to Ireland.

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