Fernhill Golf and Country Club

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Fernhill, Carrigaline, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 29% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Solo50
  • Business66

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Areas to Live in Cork City

by nadalert

Hi,

I will be relocating to Cork and just wanted to get an idea on what areas to be looking at. I have seen accommodation on Farranlea Road, Cork City Centre and Blarney Street, Cork City Centre. What are these areas like?

Thanks in advance,
Sarah

Re: Areas to Live in Cork City

by Waoife

Farranlea Road is in the suburbs - about 2 miles from the city centre - and a pretty settled area. It's mainly houses.

Blarney Street is a lot closer to the city centre so you'll be nearer to everything but the accommodation will prob be a small flat.

I'd say it depends what you're looking for - Farranlea Road for a (relatively!) peaceful life or Blarney Street if you want to be closer to the action!

Re: Areas to Live in Cork City

by nadalert

Ok thanks for your reply. Would Farranlea Road have good public transport links to the city? And would there be local shops around that area?

Thanks again for your help.

Re: Areas to Live in Cork City

by Waoife

Depends where exactly on Faranlea Road but you shouldn't have to walk more than 10 mins for a bus stop. The bus should only take about 15 mins to the city centre (so long as it's not rush hour!). There's a few convenience stores close by but the nearest shopping centre at Wilton is prob about 20-30 mins walk.

Re: Areas to Live in Cork City

by jonellis

I can tell you a few things about Blarney Street. There is a pub part way up that street, but other than that it is a quiet street. But it is up hill all the way if you will be walking. And in the evenings there is not much room for parking if you have a car. I was there last September to visit the house my Mother was born in. She was born there in 1913 and immigrated to the USA in 1929. If I were living in Cork and needed a flat, I think it would be a good place.

Re: Areas to Live in Cork City

by nadalert

Great thank you very much for all your help! I will have to drive around and have a look at both areas and then decide!

Thanks again!

Travel Tips for Cork

Tourist Information centre

by ZiOOlek

There is a huge Tourist Information Centre in Cork. It is located in a heart of the city - in Grand Parade street. You main get every information on the city and surrending towns, as well as on festivals, events, transportation etc. It is also a shopping centre where you may buy souvenirs from Ireland - from T-shirst, chocolades, mags to postacards and books.

The Holy Wells

by clws

It is claimed there are as many as 3,000 holy wells in Ireland - more than in any other country in the world. Where once a pagan sacrifice may have taken place, today a bride might look into the waters for good luck ,or a cripple might bathe in them, hoping for a cure.
It was believed that drinking from these holy waters or bathing in them would bestow the power of the Otherworld in the form of poetic inspiration, wisdom, or healing.

Packing List

by ombre

make sure when visting cork you remember a scarf and a good hat to keep your head warm.
it does get very cold. When you arrive in cork make sure you have a bottle to put the cork in .yes thats a terrible joke as well I know .

Cobh & Fota Island

by orlikins

You can visit Fota Island wildlife park in Cobh.
I dont remember much of it, it must be like over 10 years when I was last there. But I do recall Cobh town being rather hilly and the church had a huuuuuge spire.

Have a Murphys

by HORSCHECK

Don´t forget to visit one of the numerous pubs all around the town. Cork is home of the famous Murphys beer, which is brewed here. It is a dry stout beer in Ireland and is not as bitter as the popular Guniness beer.

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 Fernhill Golf and Country Club

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Address: Fernhill, Carrigaline, Cork, County Cork, Ireland