Bed and Breakfast Cork City, County Cork
Featuring in the top ten “Best in Travel 2010”, Cork City is a compact yet vibrant city that boasts a perfect mix of modern architecture with a deep historical background. Cork City is the perfect choice for any visitor catering for all needs and interests.
There are several historical sites throughout Cork City and first port of call should be to ring the Shandon Bells in the 300-year-old tower of St. Anne's Church and marvel at the French Gothic spires of St. Finbarre’s Cathedral. Cork City Gaol also showcases Ireland’s incredible architectural heritage. A perfect way to take in the many historical features is with one of the many guided tours throughout the rebel city.
Cork City’s English Market is regarded as one of the top food markets in Europe and is definitely worth visiting while in the Rebel City. The city is home to one of the top universities in Ireland. University College of Cork (UCC) is a thriving college with fascinating architecture. The campus has some beautiful limestone buildings and an equally impressive University Quadrangle. Cork University is definitely worth a visit for any architectural enthusiast.
If you’re looking for a comfortable and friendly environment to enjoy the wonders of the Rebel City then look no further than a Cork B&B. Cork Bed and Breakfast’s pride themselves on providing a cosy yet affordable accommodation with top class facilities. Ensuite bedrooms, hearty breakfasts and home baking are just part of what to look forward to when staying in a Cork B&B.
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