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Ballinwillin House - Mitchelstown - Building
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9.6 Excellent (356 reviews)
Overview Reviews
A working farm where you can see pigs, wild boar, and red deer roaming the pastures, Ballinwillin House offers sumptuous guest rooms with free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, and a modern, tiled en suite bathroom. Guests can enjoy traditional Irish food beside a roaring fire in colder months. High-quality artisan food is served, and you can buy goods from the farm shop or try traditional wine tasting on site. Ballinwillin House dates back to 1727, and is set in 80 acres of grounds in Ireland’s pretty Golden Vale. Guests can simply relax and enjoy the picturesque countryside. Ireland’s largest mountain bike trails at Ballyhoura are just 20 minutes’ drive away, and the house offers free bike storage, washing, and servicing. Transport to and from the trails can be arranged for an additional charge.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Beautifully maintained property!! The farm is a joy to see and the garden like setting is fantastic. The rooms were spacious and clean and the breakfast was delicious and featured home grown products!!
Cons: Nothing
10.0 Excellent
Pros: It’s a big. Beautiful old house. Our room was at the back of the house so a little dark and a little musty however a fabulous room with high ceilings and huge windows. The lady that met us was very friendly. The breakfast in the morning was fabulous I got to try their own wild boar sausages Devine,and a venison one too. It was my sons first time staying in a b&b and he wasn’t sure what to expect but he loved it and had great fun exploring the gardens
Cons: Just the little musty smell but it’s an old house so to be expected
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Lovely clean romantic spot. Very accommodating. Will definitely go again
10.0 Excellent
Cons: Great breakfast and beautiful grounds.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Excellent location, lovely friendly atmosphere. Breakfast was delicious. Would definitely recommend Ballinwillin House to stay in.
Cons: Nothing.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The very personal welcome - like being a house guest. Fabulous breakfast. The bottle of bubbly on my birthday - how kind was that!!!
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The traditional Irish breakfast was delicious. Miriam and Patrick were very gracious hosts and very helpful.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The food was amazing, the owners friendly
9.2 Excellent
Pros: The people- Miriam and Patrick couldn’t have done more. Delightful couple, pleasure to have met them.
Cons: Being somewhat claustrophobic the lack of a window to look out of took some getting use to- but an inconvenience I chose to overcome!
Riverside Glanworth - Glanworth - Building
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9.4 Excellent (133 reviews)
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Really enjoyed it and would stay in the same place next time when travelling in the area
9.6 Excellent
Pros: Rural friendly owner
Cons: Nothing
9.6 Excellent
Pros: The bed was lovely to sleep in,
Cons: The lane leading up to the yard and hedging and trees need pruning.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Staff (Liam) was very friendly and welcoming and makes a nice breakfast :) Outdoor pool did not seem too appetising before arriving, however, it's enclosed, which seems to take the cold sting away from the water... raging that I didn't bring swimming shorts :(
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Liam & Jennifer are amazing, helpful and kind. I loved staying at Riverside very much and will be returning very soon. Thank you for your warm Irish Hospitality. Tracy
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Outstanding host...friend for life.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: You can’t believe how good it is until you stay there with host
10.0 Excellent
Pros: It’s built like a castle
Cons: Nothing
10.0 Excellent
Pros: we were so exhausted after climbing the carrauntoohil , we back at 21:20, host and hostess were waiting for us, prepared hot tea and preheated our bedroom, we feel we are back our own home. We talked and laughed the nite and next morning, its absolutely the best B and B.
Cons: nothing
The Square townhouse Fermoy - Fermoy - Building
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9.4 Excellent (114 reviews)
Overview Reviews
The Square townhouse Fermoy is offering accommodation in Fermoy. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The guest house features family rooms. At the guest house, every room includes a wardrobe, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. The units will provide guests with a microwave. Cork is 36 km from The Square townhouse Fermoy, while Cobh is 45 km away. The nearest airport is Cork, 42 km from the accommodation, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The property was located right in the centre of town but even so it was extremely quiet. It was very tastefully decorated and spotlessly clean. The owner Ray went beyond the call of duty to welcome us and facilitate us in every way possible. Breakfast was self service with ingredients left in the kitchen for guests use. I would definitely recommend this property and would definitely return.
Cons: As there was no lift and all rooms were upstairs this property would not be suitable for guests with restricted mobility.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Owner of the place was very kind. Loved that I could set up my own temperature in room.
Cons: Actually everything was better than I expected.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Fantastic location... in the heart of the town, Close to the river lovely view from the lounge window. Transport links close. Owner was helpful, friendly, and offered local advice... along with recommendations for eating out .... or bringing in! Kitchen was very useful, and certain goods were provided. The furnishing of the lounge and bedroom was of an excellent standard, and everything was very clean. The bed was very comfortable and the linen was good quality. WiFi was great !
Cons: Couldn’t really fault the facilities.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Clean central Unique tasteful space Great place for a few days stay very good nights sleep !
Cons: Didn’t find anything I didn’t like.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Fabulous house - rooms were so spacious and comfortable - location was in the centre of Fermoy would recommend this B & B
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Great rooms and extra helpful host.
Tomedjocon B&B - Fermoy - Building
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9.5 Excellent (47 reviews)
Overview Reviews
Set in Fermoy, Tomedjocon B&B offers free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a shared lounge, a garden and a terrace. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a Full English/Irish breakfast. Cork is 44 km from Tomedjocon B&B, while Mallow is 22 km away. The nearest airport is Cork Airport, 50 km from the accommodation.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: We stayed just one night here, arriving late in the day after a long drive. Juliana and her friendly little Westie met us at the door and we were quickly shown to our very spacious room. In the morning, we were treated to a full Irish breakfast and a nice chat with our host about her home and family and what to see in the area.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Very nice location, beautiful views, very peaceful. Juliana was extremely friendly, kind and professional. Everything was perfect. Breakfast was delicious every day. Faultless. We will definitely be back!
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Owner was very pleasant and went out of her way to facilitate us. Room and breakfast was great, very happy with accomodation
Cons: Nothing
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Our room was fantastic and the view very calming and beautiful. We couldn't have asked for a better Hostess! Thank you so much for sharing your home with us!
Cons: We LOVED everything!
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Lovely location beautiful property set in a pictures surroundings of hillside views n very relaxing
Cons: Nothing
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Very nice rural locatin in the River Blackwater Valley. Room very spaceous. Excellent breakfast including fresh fruit salad
10.0 Excellent
Pros: It is a lovely B&B serving a full Irish breakfast - beans and baked tomatoes included - each morning. It has nice sized rooms with a bright, sunny breakfast room.
Moorepark West House - Fermoy - Building
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9.1 Excellent (205 reviews)
Overview Reviews
With a stay at Moorepark West House in Fermoy, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Corrin Hill and Ballyhooly Castle. Featured amenities include luggage storage, laundry facilities, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: So accommodating and helpful, oodles of food teas and coffees and the bed was so comfortable.
9.0 Excellent
Pros: Nice host
Cons: Not so easy to reach by public transport, you need a taxi.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: It was the first time we stayed with kids in the guest house. And actually it had happened by mistake, I haven't paid attention to this during the booking. But after unexpected conditions had passed, we actually enjoyed. The house is very big, huge yard kept our kids busy for long time. Kitchen had all facilities we needed and fridge had been stocked with food. It was nice to meet other people. Eric, the owner of the house, is very pleasant person who takes care of keeping the house in good condition,
6.3 Good
Pros: Fine kitchen.Shared with others making it very friendly and great craic,Although you prepare all the food yourself everything is there.Bedroom clean.Friendly host.Good value for money. The people in room 8 had a massive room- beautiful-amazing
Cons: Double bed too small.Shower mouldy.Jacuzzi would be a great bonus if it worked.Bathroom needs attention in general.
6.3 Good
Pros: rather than a BnB Moorehouse is more of a hostel where you make your own breakfast there was a large selection form cereals to fry up. the bed linen needs updating it was creased and old.
Cons: The bed linen was creased and old and one wonders by the state of it was it changed. it lacked the friendliness of a professional Bed and Breakfast for the tourist. normally I wouldnt stay in a BnB only everything was booked for the date we stayed.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Well organised bed and breakfast explained fully as to how to sort yourself out regarding kitchen facilites
Cons: Nothing great spot.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: I loved the house it was clean an fresh.
Abbeyville House - Fermoy - Building
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9.9 Excellent (19 reviews)
Overview Reviews
The Abbeyville House is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. Famous attractions Barnane Walk and Fermoy Golf Club are just a short taxi ride away. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel. When it comes to Fermoy hotels, the Abbeyville House is highly regarded for its excellent facilities.
8.3 Excellent
Pros: Wonderful breakfast and great location.
9.6 Excellent
Pros: Great location with on site parking. Hosts are very welcoming. The house is beautifully restored and is a real gem. Mary's brown bread is perfect.
Cons: nobody could possibly not like this
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Location was great for us. Mary’s breakfast was delicious. The room was roomy and clean.
Cons: Wish room had air conditioner
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Very clean and comfortable with excellent breakfasts and very professionally run.
Cons: Possibly a coffee machine in the lounge
3.0 Mediocre
Pros: To bad we got screwed in the end, the lady of the house was great, so were the rooms but in the end we got charged for an extra room although the owner said he would not, after we left (and were 200 miles away) out credit card was charged again. I had in writing he would not charge us but did anyway, this is not the way of doing business if you ask me.
Cons: He should not lie to his guests, saying one thing and putting it in writing and once you leave doing the opposite
Grove Wellness Centre B&B - Kildorrery - Building
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8.7 Excellent (170 reviews)
Overview Reviews
Set in Shanballymore, 18 km from Mallow, Grove Wellness Centre B&B offers a shared lounge and free WiFi. The bed and breakfast offers a children's playground. Guests at Grove Wellness Centre B&B can enjoy billiards on site, or cycling in the surroundings. Tipperary is 49 km from the accommodation, while Strand is 48 km from the property. The nearest airport is Cork Airport, 63 km from Grove Wellness Centre B&B.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: I made a solo visit to Grove house for 2 nights. My reason for staying is simply because I needed a little break from life. The house firstly is a beautifully kept simple but elegant country home. I was met with a big smile from Ian who showed me around all the nooks and crannies of the house! On the first night I brought my book and glass of wine into the garden room where I looked out at the rolling hills of Shanballymore. 3 blissful hours of peace I didn't see a soul all evening. I stayed in the roof top room. The bed was so comfortable I slept for 8 hours straight through. The following morning I helped myself to a wonderful breakfast spread out in the guests conservatory which is separate to the house. I then hopped in my car and visited all the wonderful sights nearby. That evening I decided to be a little braver and came out to the conservatory where other guests were chilling and enjoying a glass of wine. Jacqueline has a wonderful way of introducing guests to each other with great thought and then it's up to us after that if we wish to talk further. Jacqueline and Ian are great to check in and ask how you are but also give you plenty of space to just relax and explore. They also offer (for free) a relaxing form of meditation therapy (I didn't try it but lots of guests did who loved it) . Jacqueline also gave me a big bowl of beautiful veg curry that she had left over from her own family's dinner that night. She is very caring. I can not tell you how much I enjoyed my stay. I left Sunday morning feeling ready to face the world again! Thank you Ian and Jacqueline for your great welcome and letting me stay in your home. Trish
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Very good dog friendly accommodation
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Little slice of heaven, amazing facilities, Staff / Owner very welcoming friendly and helpful, very relaxing stay! I would highly recommend and plan to return.
Cons: Nothing
9.2 Excellent
Pros: Homely clean and comfortable
Cons: Lack of breakfast dishes and limited breakfast options
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The property is amazing and Jaqueline was lovely. Beautiful location with a well stocked kitchen and facilities. I'll be returning next year all being well.
Cons: What's not to like? I'd really struggle to find anything wrong.
9.2 Excellent
Pros: Beautiful gardens so relaxing lady who met us on arrival was so nice and made us feel so welcome will definately be back again
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Great place to visit, easygoing, wonderful warm host. I felt very welcome. I can only recomment this B&B. Great for families thumbs up!
Corbett Court - Fermoy - Building
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8.6 Excellent (522 reviews)
Overview Reviews
Just off the M8 motorway, Corbett Court offers free parking and E-car charging points, full Irish buffet breakfasts, and spacious en suite bedrooms. Guests can enjoy its on-site restaurant, along with free WiFi, and award-winning coffee-making. Rooms at Corbett Court each offer a TV, free tea and coffee, and ironing facilities. The bathroom also provides free toiletries and a hairdryer. The family-friendly Corbett Court restaurant uses fresh, local produce, serving an á la carte lunch and evening menu and homemade desserts. Kilworth can be reached in 5 minutes by car, and Cork is a 30-minute drive away. The hotel is easily accessed from Junctions 13 and 14 of the M8.
7.9 Good
Pros: It was comfortable and convenient with a restaurant attached.
Cons: Bit far out of Fermoy
6.7 Good
Pros: Good location for trip to Cork. Dinner in the evening was very good.
Cons: Very dated. Needs a lot of decorating. Breakfast was poor and badly served. No blind in bathroom which overlooked main road.
8.3 Excellent
Pros: Eggs and Crispy Bacon. Also Plenty of Parking.
Cons: There was a Stale smell in my bathroom
7.5 Good
Pros: Easy access for road from Dublin, request for quiet room accommodated, excellent full Irish breakfast included. Restaurant very handy
Cons: Lots of stairs to get to room
9.2 Excellent
Pros: Comfortable bed.room nice and warm.plenty of tea and coffee in the room.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Everything.
Cons: Not a thing to be faulted.
Ballyvolane House - Fermoy - Building
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9.6 Excellent (12 reviews)
Overview Reviews
When you stay at Ballyvolane House in Kilcor, you'll be 15 minutes by car from Corrin Hill. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Our second time there, it’s really one of the best in south cork.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Staying at Ballyvolane House is like spending a night in Downton Abbey, excellent all round. The staff were friendly and couldn't do enough to help. Very comfortable, beautiful gardens. Loved the friendly dogs
9.2 Excellent
Pros: Comfort friendly staff and proprietor Decor, antiques, history of property, gardens
Cons: Maybe a shower in room? But not major thing
10.0 Excellent
Pros: It was amazing! It was comfortable, beautiful and unique. We could not have asked for something better. The owners and staff are nice, it feels like you are at home. You can relax, enjoy yourself. We need to come back.
Cons: Everything was perfect.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Ambiente and quirkiness.
Cons: Nothing
9.6 Excellent
Pros: The bed was very comfy , freedom of the house and gardens much appreciated. The staff were very accommodating regarding dietary needs,overall a lovely relaxing experience.
Cons: Whilst the bathroom was in keeping with the age of the house, the shower facilities could have been better than a hose over the bath.
Grand Hotel Fermoy - Fermoy - Building
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7.5 Good (515 reviews)
Overview Reviews
The Grand Hotel perches on the banks of the River Blackwater, in the centre of Fermoy. With en suite rooms with cable TVs, there is also a restaurant and bar. Rooms, some with stunning river views, include hair dryers, telephones and tea/coffee making facilities. Beds have plump pillows, deep duvets and bathrooms come with free toiletries. The Weir Restaurant uses ingredients from North Cork and offers a la carte dining and a table d’hote menu every evening. The bar serves carvery lunches and has an extensive bar menu. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas of the hotel. Free parking is available overnight and on Sundays, at other times charges apply. The Grand Hotel is close to the M8, providing easy access to Cork and its Airport, which is 22 miles away.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Everything
Cons: Nothing
7.0 Good
Pros: Fermoy is one of Ireland's many charming former garrison towns, its slightly faded Victorian Grandeur nestled in the heart of the Blackwater Valley. It is steeped in history, as is the Grand Hotel. Formed in part from the garrison officers' mess it is right in the heart of the town, on the quays and only minutes walk from anywhere in town you might want to be. The staff were superb.
Cons: The Grand has seen better days and could do with a lick of paint here and there, but for the lonesome traveller it is perfectly comfortable and good value for money.
5.0 Okay
Pros: Easy to access
Cons: Smell of bleach in room
6.3 Good
Pros: Cleanliness was very good along with the staff
Cons: Bed and pillows not comfortable. Had to run the water for awhile before it got hot.
8.8 Excellent
Pros: Staff were really lovely , food was very good
Cons: It is a rather old ,, quant hotel.......a little oldfashioned, rooms a little dated and small,
8.0 Excellent
Pros: The staff, ambience and food make this a great place. I had the best steak I have eaten in a long time. Portions are generous. Staff very friendly. Hotel Employee is a character. This hotel attracts folks from the village to gather for a pint, a bite to e
8.8 Excellent
Pros: Fabulous old building right in the centre of town, close to good running tracks into the countryside if that is your thing or a nice walk around the river. Free wifi for business travellers and all the normal amenities you would expect.
Cons: The place is in need of a little TLC, the chairs and sofas down stairs in the foyer were pretty knackered the wifi was pretty slow or though it did work. The rooms need a bit of an overhaul as well, shower pressure was not great and the throw on the bed in my bedroom must have seen a bleach bottle at some time as there was a big white patch on it.
7.5 Good
Pros: Breakfast was fabulous as was the young lady who served us
Cons: Rooms floors are weak and creaky - felt like wood could break thru.
6.7 Good
Pros: The bathroom was clean
Cons: The lower window makes a lot of noise when it is closed, so I didn't have a comfortable sleep. I could also hear the next room's conversation which went on until midnight. And another annoying neighbour knocked several times on a door at 4am. Shower was cold for several minutes into the bath, not great for an autumn morning.
Overview
This charming property boasts a prime setting amidst the natural beauty and splendour of the Irish countryside. Located in Cork, the property offers visitors a great setting from which to explore the charm and culture of the area. The city of Cork can be found just a short driving distance away, where guests will find a lively shopping, dining and entertainment scene, as well as many intriguing attractions. This property extends a warm, friendly welcome to guests upon arrival. The guest rooms offer warmth and comfort, in a stylish setting. Guests can enjoy a wonderful breakfast in the mornings, for a superb start to the day.

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Ballinwillin House - Mitchelstown - Building
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9.6 Excellent (356 reviews)
Overview Reviews
A working farm where you can see pigs, wild boar, and red deer roaming the pastures, Ballinwillin House offers sumptuous guest rooms with free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, and a modern, tiled en suite bathroom. Guests can enjoy traditional Irish food beside a roaring fire in colder months. High-quality artisan food is served, and you can buy goods from the farm shop or try traditional wine tasting on site. Ballinwillin House dates back to 1727, and is set in 80 acres of grounds in Ireland’s pretty Golden Vale. Guests can simply relax and enjoy the picturesque countryside. Ireland’s largest mountain bike trails at Ballyhoura are just 20 minutes’ drive away, and the house offers free bike storage, washing, and servicing. Transport to and from the trails can be arranged for an additional charge.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Beautifully maintained property!! The farm is a joy to see and the garden like setting is fantastic. The rooms were spacious and clean and the breakfast was delicious and featured home grown products!!
Cons: Nothing
10.0 Excellent
Pros: It’s a big. Beautiful old house. Our room was at the back of the house so a little dark and a little musty however a fabulous room with high ceilings and huge windows. The lady that met us was very friendly. The breakfast in the morning was fabulous I got to try their own wild boar sausages Devine,and a venison one too. It was my sons first time staying in a b&b and he wasn’t sure what to expect but he loved it and had great fun exploring the gardens
Cons: Just the little musty smell but it’s an old house so to be expected
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Lovely clean romantic spot. Very accommodating. Will definitely go again
10.0 Excellent
Cons: Great breakfast and beautiful grounds.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Excellent location, lovely friendly atmosphere. Breakfast was delicious. Would definitely recommend Ballinwillin House to stay in.
Cons: Nothing.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The very personal welcome - like being a house guest. Fabulous breakfast. The bottle of bubbly on my birthday - how kind was that!!!
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The traditional Irish breakfast was delicious. Miriam and Patrick were very gracious hosts and very helpful.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The food was amazing, the owners friendly
9.2 Excellent
Pros: The people- Miriam and Patrick couldn’t have done more. Delightful couple, pleasure to have met them.
Cons: Being somewhat claustrophobic the lack of a window to look out of took some getting use to- but an inconvenience I chose to overcome!