Travelodge Cork Airport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Black Ash, Kinsale Road Roundabout, Frankfield Road, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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  • Couples42
  • Solo72
  • Business65

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Blackrock

by nadalert

Hi,

Sorry last question...what is Blackrock like? I saw a lovely apartment in Beaumont but the surrounding area was not great. Is that a safe area? Also what is convent road in Blackrock like?

Thanks for your replies! :)

Re: Blackrock

by CHLuke

Blackrock is a fairly nice residential area, I don't know Beaumont too well though. Both are a few Km from Cork City though, so unless its necessary to stay exactly there, it may be worth staying closer to the city. Or else farther out towards West Cork which has some nice locations?
CH Luke

Travel Tips for Cork

Cork City

by roamingpaddy

Cork is not too big a city,its suberbs do stretch out a bit but the city centre is small enough being about 1.5 mile squared. there are some interesting buildings in the city centre but most of the centre was burned down by the then occupying British forces in 1920,this episode is called,"The Burning of Cork", (Google it for more info) Here is a list of some interesting buildings;
Saint Finbarr's Cathedral
Saint Ann's Shandon
The North cathedral
Cork City old Gaol
Cork City Hall
The English Market
The Coal Quay
The Crawford Art gallery
The Cork Opera House
Cork City Mueseum and Park

Beer festival

by kissmagdi

There is a very good pub, better say brewery in Cork. Small, but nice: Fransiscaner Well.
Every year they organize a beer festival. One is in September, same time as the Jazz festival, the other one is at easter. Even the local stout is excellent, as good as the Guinness, but you can taste a lot of different type of beer, including the Kinsale Lager, or the Fruit beer from Belgium. CHEERS!!!!!!!!
The place is easy to find. If you're going from the Opera, cross the bridge, and turn left, go along the river, and you gonna see the sign up to a gate. At festival time go early (before 7 pm) or you wont be alowed. A lot of people is going there.

Pack your brolly!!!

by Waoife

Cork is probably one of the wettest places in Ireland so an unbrella is a must. Don't let that put you off though as it's also one of the sunniest - you just need a brolly for the showers!!

Pop into Pennys or Dunnes on Patrick Street (the main street) for a cheap one if you're forgetful like me and have long since lost your last brolly :)

The Marina - walk with the locals

by Ekaterinburg

The Marina is something of an institution in Cork and a favourite walk for people all over the city.
Running all the way from the docks right down to the end of Blackrock, it follows the banks of the Lee. Across the river is Tivoli and the main approach from the South East but on this side of the river it's all grassy riverbank, overhanging trees and in Spring, carpets of daffodills. People jog here, run, cycle, rollerblade and exercise their dogs and babies. Perfect for an evening stroll, you will inevitably be treated to the sight of boats passing up or downstream and to the local rowing teams shouting out instructions as they train nearby. On a sunny day there's a real 'sitting on the dock of the bay ' feel to the place and it's ideal to get away from the noise and traffic of the city centre. The local GAA ( Gaelic Athletic Association ) stadium, Pairc Ui Chaoimh is along the Marina and just next to it is a very pretty park built around a lake.If you want to get to the Marina from town, the easiest way would be to get a taxi or alternatively, take the no 2 bus to Blackrock village and walk back from there.

Small, dirty, smoky, brilliant place!

by Champagne_football about The Hi-B

Bizarre mix of friendly, interesting people ranging from 18 to 88. Some weirdos in here at times but that's part of the charm. Former proprietor occasionally frequents the place and is famous for his outbursts. Stopped the bar to conduct some Mahler to the congregation when I brought an Austrian friend there! Toilets are an interesting experience. Just wear clothes of some sort!

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Address: Black Ash, Kinsale Road Roundabout, Frankfield Road, Cork, County Cork, Ireland