Commons Inn

Address: New Mallow Rd, Cork, County Cork, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Blackpool area of Cork, is near Bells of Shandon, Butter Museum, Butter Exchange, and Firkin Crane Centre (aka the Institute for Choreography and Dance).
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Cork

      Volcanic Crusie Day 14

      A travel blog entry by scottcr on Sep 19, 2014


      ... than other Irish ports. Cobh was founded in the 6th century by Irish Saint Finnbar. It became an urban centre around 915 when the Vikings formed a trading post and was charted as a city in 1185 by England’s King John. It is located at the southwest part of Ireland. The River Lee flows into Cork Harbour, the second largest natural harbour (after Sydney) in the world. Its climate averages temperatures in the cool-to-pleasant mid 50’s to mid ...

      Luck of the Irish

      A travel blog entry by ashlynandtyler on Aug 09, 2014

      3 comments, 44 photos

      ... edge of the coast until we reach Old Head. Old Head Golf Links was INDCREDIBLE. I can’t begin to describe the views so please just see the pictures below. We need to start planning a golf trip out here immediately.After traveling all day we had worked up quite an appetite and decided to go to Blair’s Inn. This turned out to be a great decision. Blair’s inn is ranked, as one of the top pubs in Ireland and it is easy to see why. They ...

      Cows, Caves & Birds

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 17, 2014

      11 photos

      ... The temperature is a constant and cool 50 degrees. It's a small group, us, and a father with his three children. The guide gears the tour towards the children, explaining the types of formations, stalactites, stalagmites, etc, in the cave and how they are formed. The tour only goes .2 miles into the 3 miles of explored cave, but it's interesting. This is the first cave the boys have been in, if you don't count the slate mine, and they are enraptured ...

      My Irish Home Town

      A travel blog entry by tashie on Jul 14, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... enjoying the sunshine and not having one care in the World. This is the life!!

      We had an early night that night as we had to head back to Dublin the next day for Rochelle's last night in Ireland before she headed back to Oz. It was so hard to leave Cork but I know I will be back soon :) I can never stay away for too long xx


      Orientation and Beers!!

      A travel blog entry by jspalmere on Jan 04, 2013

      ... definitely when they started talking about clubs and societies. They offer so many clubs here and I am so excited to get involved in them. There are clubs like mountaineering, scuba diving, surfing, sailing, snowboarding, trampolining, and the list continues.

      After taking a very short rest after orientation, me and the other 58 QU students went to a dinner together with the QU staff that brought us to Cork and helped us get adjusted. Ironically we went to an ...