Audley House

3 Carriglee, Western Road, Cork, Ireland
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Cork area accommodation

by cathy9510usa


We are looking for a place to stay for one night near the Cork airport that does not require us to drive into the city of Cork. Any suggestions?

Thank you very much.


RE: Cork area accommodation

by eiresoldier

hi cathy
theres a hotel in the airport might be expensive other then that you can get a taxi to a bed and breakfast guest house not far if your goodlooking you can stay with me lol
carl from cork

RE: RE: Cork area accommodation

by cathy9510usa

Ha, ha. I'm good looking enough, but (1) I'm married and will be traveling with my hsband, and (2) we're retired, so I'm probably out of your age range. Thanks anyway.

By the way, we do know about the airport hotel and would consider it if we were flying in late and didn't want to do any traveling after arriving, but with a country like Ireland, who'd want to stay at an airport on their last night when we could have more beautiful and scenic surroundings? Don't suggest the Travelodge, either (although it's not a scenic area) because last time we flew in we did have confirmed reservations---yet when we arrived they told us they didn't have a room and we had to drive all over Cork to find one. We later learned that Travelodge routinely overbooks their rooms and the people who happen to show up first get the rooms. Nice way to run a business.

Thanks again for your reply.

Travel Tips for Cork


by herzog63

I had a real fascination with Castles and especially the Ramparts! I could just vision waiting up in the castle waitin for enemy to attack. Well I thought they were cool anyways! They reminded me the fairytales and stories that I read as a kid.

Take in a championship hurling...

by blos

Take in a championship hurling match if you're in Cork, preferably a game between local rivals - just to hear the insults the supporters shout at each other, the referee and the players makes it worthwhile. If possible stand near old men/women in the crowd they generally come up with the funniest comments.

Fota Wildlife Park

by challenger

Fota is a wonderful wildlife park full of all kinds of monkeys, cheetahs, giraffes, ostriches, peacocks, kangaroos and what-have-you. Most of the animals roam freely, only the more dangerous species are enclosed. The park's main aim is to breed endangered species and has now established itself as the leading breeding location worldwide for cheetahs.

Entrance is E8, E5 for reduced tickets. The park is open all day in the summer months from mid March to September, weekends only in October.

Fota is only a quarter of an hour's train drive away from Cork, half way between Cork and Cobh. After visiting the park, continue your journey to Cobh to finish a very rewarding day trip.

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Books and more

by twojazztravelers about Bookstore

We stopped at several bookstores - all with some great books.

Vibes & Scribes - off of bridge street.

Cork Bookshop - Carey's Lane (off of St. Patricks)

Connally's Bookshop - Paul St.

Living Tradition - cd's and stuff - off of MacCurtain St.

Leeside Music - off of MacCurtain St. we found a 5 euro hardback copy of the the complete forsythe saga...great find.. not to mention some great irish music. anything for 3 euros and beyond...depends on what you are looking for.

Cork Aiport

by Tripack

In operation in 2006, the new Cork Airport is conveniently located just 8 kilometres from Cork City Centre on the south end.

By bus, 2 options are available:
1. Skylink operates a fast and frequent express coach link between Cork Airport and Cork City Centre (15 minutes trip, EUR 5 one-way and EUR 8 return).
2. Bus Éireann provides a frequent direct coach service between Cork Airport and Cork City Centre and Cork Bus Station (25 minutes trip, EUR 4.10 OW or EUR 6.90 RT).

By taxi it will cost you about EUR 15.


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