• Places


    Glengarriff is a pretty town located on a sheltered cove on Bantry Bay in the Beara Peninsula in County Cork.The population of this fishing and tourist town is no more than 1,000 although this number [Continue reading...]
  • Youghal


    Youghal, (Eochaill, meaning “yew wood” in the Irish Language) is located at the mouth of the River Blackwater one of Ireland’s largest and best known rivers. Formerly a Norman walled port, much of which can [Continue reading...]
  • kinsale ireland


    Kinsale Ireland was a leader in gourmet food long before the rest of the country caught up. In the meantime, Ireland has become a world force in culinary terms but Kinsale has maintained its position [Continue reading...]
  • Bantry House Bantry Ireland


    Bantry  is a town on the coast of County Cork at the head of Bantry Bay. The town has a large square, which nowadays is the location of a weekly market and various functions and [Continue reading...]
  • bandon County Cork


    Bandon County Cork, sometimes called the Gateway to West Cork, is 27 km south-west of Cork City (about a 30 minute drive to the city centre or Cork Airport). The name in Irish (Droichead na [Continue reading...]
  • Baltimore County Cork Coast


    Baltimore (Dún na Séad In the Irish Language) is a fishing village in West Cork and is the main ferry port to Cape Clear Island, Sherkin Island the eastern side of Roaring Water Bay and [Continue reading...]

About Stay in Cork

Stay in Cork is a visitor guide to County Cork. We provide useful information about accommodation in Cork as well as other useful information about where to eat and drink, places of interest, and what’s on in County Cork.
We have selected the best hotels, B&Bs and self catering or you can search for your preferred type of accommodation on your selected dates.
Cork city and county is a big area with numerous attractions, activities and entertainment.
As well as selecting a range of good accommodation we will be adding information about towns and villages, areas of interest and historical and heritage sites.
We will have snippets of news and information which will be of use and interest to the visitor to Cork.

News from Cork

County Cork Hotels

Hayfield Manor Luxury Hotels Cork
Hotels in Cork

Hayfield Manor *****

19th October 2018

When it comes to luxury hotels Cork City has a few including the five star Hayfield Manor. Nestled quietly in a walled site surrounded by manicured gardens modelled on the gardens at Muckross House, Killarney, this hidden gem is more like a [Continue reading…]

West Cork Hotel Skibereen Ireland
Hotels in Cork

West Cork Hotel Skibbereen ***

17th May 2018

The West Cork Hotel Skibbereen Ireland overlooks the Ilen River near to the centre of Skibbereen, County Cork. This three star hotel has been in business since the early 1900 but has been refurbished to modern standards and has all the modern [Continue reading…]

County Cork B&B

castletownshend accommodation at The Castle
Bed and Breakfast in Cork

The Castle, Castletownshend

26th September 2018

The Castle is a superior Castletownshend accommodation in West County Cork. This castle B&B is rated ‘Exceptional’ (9.7/10) by actual visitors in booking.com and has been awarded the ‘Guesthouse of the Year 2019’ by the prestigious Georgina Campbell’s Ireland. The original castle [Continue reading…]

Ballyvolane house Where Prince Charles and Camilla Stayed
Bed and Breakfast in Cork

Ballyvolane House

19th June 2018

Ballyvolane House, where Prince Charles and Camilla stayed, is a beautiful country house in Fermoy which is surprisingly affordable and not at all out the reach of “ordinary” people. Ballyvolane was a Georgian home built in 1728 for the Lord Chief Justice [Continue reading…]

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County Cork Weather
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