Belvedere Lodge

Tivoli, Cork, County Cork, Ireland

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    Easy access to the city


    Belvedere Lodge is a great place to stay if you are visiting Cork. It is comfortable, with nice airy rooms and good beds. There is free WF and other aminities. A good breakfast served by very friendly staff. The place has got a lovely garden where you can sit and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Good parking facilities. Though it is on a main road, most of the rooms are situated in the back of the house, we had no problem with noise. It is close enough to the city but also to main roads to all other directions including Dublin. Yes I would recommend this place and found the price economical and great value for such.

    Unique Quality: Front of building has been kept as it was traditional Victorian, but rest of the building is large and lying behind it to the back. Modern yet traditional.

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Bus services

by kristyneg

Hi i will be travelling to cork tomorrow and I need to ballycotton is there a bus service opperatio from cork train station to that destination and what time do the bus service end, and what bus number is it. . I would really appreciate your assistance.

Re: Bus services

by leics

has a journeyplanner which will give you the information you need.

You will need to take a bus from Cork Kent railway station into the city (ask for the nearest stop to the bus station), get to Cork Bus Station on Parnell Place and then take bus 240 to Ballycotton.

It seems that there are only 3 buses from Cork to Ballycotton each day: at 09:00, 15:30 and 18:15.

Travel Tips for Cork

City of One story

by Eric1977

Cork, ‘Alright Boy’.

Not a bad city on the whole some great pubs and lets not forget home of Roy keane, well you won’t forget because everyone in the city will remind on a daily basis. Imagine that a county that has played such a huge part in Irish history and all they are proud of is the fact that ‘Big Bad Roy’ is one of their ‘sons’. I loved Roy Keane but if my memory serves me right did he not walk out on his country during the 2002 world cup.

Anyway I know there is a point to this somewhere, oh yeah have a pint in the Crows nest; it’s a nice pub.

Graffitti or Art?

by suvanki

Now I've never felt compelled to spraypaint or write on a building or wall to leave my mark, so I can't understand why others do.

It's quite heart sinking to see ugly graffitti, adding to the squalor of run-down urban areas, and even more so, when it covers historic buildings etc.

Sometimes though, I've come across a brightly coloured piece of 'Street Art' or a witty piece of writing.

This piece in Shandon made me smile. I suppose being an 'Arty' area Shandon has a higher class of Graffitti. (Although there was quite a bit of mindless 'writing' on the walls of the nearby Firkin Crane).

Pete McCarthy - McCarthy's Bar


The book "McCarthy's Bar" written by Pete McCarthy is a fine travel book for an Ireland trip. Pete McCarthy was born Irish but has spent most of his life in England. He therefore decides to do a tour from Cork to Donegal. On that trip he discovers that despite many changes since his childhood, the charm of the Irish people has still remained.
The book is not a tourist guide but it gives you a fair view of Ireland and its people.

Memories of Darker Days

by roamingpaddy

Here is a plaque commemerating a young man who died during the War of Independence.This plaque can be found at Blarney Street. Similar plaques and monuments can be seen around Cork City and in County Cork as well.Cork was to the forefront in the battle for independence from Britain. Other bigger monuments commemerating battles can be found at Dripsy County Cork,and name but a few.
Check out St.Finbarrs Cemetery Cork City and view the Republican Plot there.2 of our Lord Mayor's are buried there,Tomas Mac Curtain,who was shot dead by the British and Terence MacSwiney who died on hunger strike in prison.(see other pic)2

Do a Pub Crawl

by Ekaterinburg about City Pubs

On a pub crawl you get the chance to sample a cross section of city pubs. This is a very popular local pastime so you will be in good company. Cork pubs range from the authentic, nitty gritty type of establishment, such as the Abbey Tavern on Gilabbey Street, to the wine bars, beer gardens and trendy watering holes like the uber-cool Bodega on Cornmarket Street. In all the pubs 'the craic is mighty', as we like to say in Cork and you will get a chance to meet locals and visitors on your way. Most pubs serve food also.


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Address: Tivoli, Cork, County Cork, Ireland