Commons Inn

New Mallow Rd, Cork, County Cork, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cork

Driving Around the Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by tyga

5

Checked out of our Limerick B&B and drove to Killarney for our trip around the Ring of Kerry. Drove around in an anti-clockwise direction by mistake through the mountains and taking in the ocean scenery. Stopped in Cahirciveen for lunch at a small cafe before continuing on stopping at various scenic locations for some photos and video which …

Not such a great day...

A travel blog entry by milnefamily

5

Maybe it was the little bit of patchy rain, maybe it was just that we did a little too much driving, but it just wasn't a great day for everyone today.

But breakfast was at least yummy - all the right cereals to keep us all happy, toast, fresh juice, hot coffee and fresh fruit as well, nothing to complain about there. But Reilly made sure …

First few days here

A travel blog entry by akreyling

3

... even up yet! We listened to people talk to us about how to take classes and some other things about UCC and then we took a library tour, which is huge. Then we met up with our chaperones for a tour of the campus, which is also ginormous. There is a main campus and then some parts of it across the river and down towards the city more. It's just a lot of walking. We technically do not register for classes until next week so this week is a trial period, go to a ...

Friends, and Cork

A travel blog entry by b.mcintyre23

34

... Peninsula is a very cool place. Unlike the Giant's Causeway (earlier blog entry) where you can access sea level, the Peninsula brings you above sea level, with a bridge going across one point of it. I mentioned before the way The Giant's Causeway made me feel small. That was nothing compared to this place. Standing at the most Southern point of the island and looking out at the sea without a glimpse of land around you is a really cool thing to ...

It's all Blarney.

A travel blog entry by doc_1034

6

... or Belfast and is therefore very pedestrian-friendly. It's also a huge headache to drive there, so we high-tailed it back towards Limerick to see the Blarney Castle. It is by far the biggest tourist trap in all of Ireland, but the castle is impressive enough and it's fun to say that I've kissed the Blarney Stone, yielding good luck and eloquence for years to come.

We had to stay in a B&B ...

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Location

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