Stay Cork- 3 bed - Sleeps 8
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Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 8
Modern and Contemporary three bed apartment available for weekend or holiday rental.
Centrally located 2 x double bedroom and 1 x twin bedroom apartment available for weekend or holiday rental all year round. This modern and stylish apartment has a fully equipped kitchen, plasma TV and 2 bathrooms. It is ideally located on Wellington Road in Cork City which is just a two minute walk to Corks main shopping street Patrick's Street and is within walking distance to many of Cork's popular attractions and is just a minutes walk to a busy cork social seen with some of the cities best restaurants and puts. The apartment is 5 minutes walk from Bus and Rail stations, and a 15 minute taxi ride from Cork International Airport.
It is an ideal base for those who want to explore all that the city surrounding area have to offer.
On street parking, which is free from 6.30 pm -7.30 am Monday to Saturday and free all day Sunday.
Minimum 2 night stay.
Linen and Towels provided.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 2|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
The Province of Munster region
The city, situated on the banks of the river Lee, is home to 123,000 people. It is located on the South West coast of Ireland and is the 2nd largest city in the Republic of Ireland. The area of the city is 3,731 hectares.
Cork city boasts the deepest natural harbour in Ireland with direct ferry crossings to UK and mainland Europe. Cork International Airport has direct flights to the UK and parts of Europe and connecting flights to other European and American destinations.
Cork is a university city with a total student population in excess of 25,000. The city has two main third level education institutes - University College Cork and Cork Institute of Technology.
Cork city has a number of strategic advantages that continue to be translated into further opportunities for growth and development. The city has a thriving commercial, social and cultural sector.
The city's well balanced economy has attracted many major companies to the area. Manufacturing, especially electronics, telecommunications, ICT and Health, Pharmaceutical (8 of the top 10 companies in the world) are located in the greater Cork area. The services sector is also well developed.
Cork city's commitment and contribution to the Arts and cultural life is well established. The city is home to several galleries, museums, The National Sculpture Factory, dance Theatres and artist workshops. The city also boasts a year long calendar of festivals ranging from folk, jazz, choral and film.
Exploring Cork is an enjoyable, multi-day pursuit. Ring the Shandon Bells in the 300-year-old tower of St. Anne's Church, and marvel at the French Gothic spires of St. Finbarr's Cathedral.
You will discover unique shopping and dining options, including the English Market, with its stalls selling foods from all over the world, and numerous pedestrian walkways and side walks flanked by smart boutiques and major department stores.
At every corner you'll come across another panoramic view, another interesting architectural feature and some of the best art galleries, theatres and museums in Ireland.
The weather in cork is a mixed and we never have either extreme winters or summers.
Steeped in history, Cork City is fast gaining a reputation as one of Europe's hippest cities.
Like Venice, the city is built upon water, and the city centre is built on an island in the River Lee, just upstream of Cork Harbour.
The two channels of the River Lee which embrace the city centre are spanned by many bridges, and this gives the city a distinctive continental air.
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2 Sep 2014
"Dreadful Place, Do not touch"
Arrived 22.8.2014 for five nights with Husband and teenage son. One bedroom apartment a double bed in very small room with small wardrobe and four hangers for three people. Window in bedroom looked in… More
13 Aug 2014
Although appartment was clean and everything was present to have a good stay at this appartment , the appertment itself appeared in very bad shape. This goes specially for the bathroom and kitchen/liv… More
12 Jul 2014
Estuvimos entre el 5 y el 8 de julio de 2014. No está del todo mal, pero el cuarto de baño del apartamento 7 de la puerta 7 era mínimo, lo más pequeño que he visto en mi vida. Dormir en el sofá … More
6 Mar 2014
"Confortable mais quelques soucis."
Je vis à cork, et mes parents et mon petit frère ont décidé de venir passer quelques jours ici. Sur l'annonce, la description de l'appartement est claire : une chambre, et un canapé lit… More
3 Jan 2014
"A wonderfully appointed bright apartment"
This was my husband's first trip to Ireland. All the arrangements beforehand were very clear, very accurate description of apartment and very good contact with the manager. They planned for his a… More