Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Cork

Address: Ditchley House, Little Island, Cork, County Cork, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Ditchley House, Little Island, Cork, is near Queenstown Experience, St. Colman's Cathedral, Fota Wildlife Park, and Blackrock Castle Observatory.
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    Travel Blogs from Cork

    Looking For Her People

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on May 18, 2015

    1 comment, 69 photos

    ... home of the most oversexed rock in the world, the Blarney Stone. It's a bit of a pilgrimage for people the world over- the idea is to climb to the top of the castle, lay down, flip over, and curl your way upside-down, and deeply kiss the stone. People politely averted their eyes as DH struggled and hobbled to get into position but apparently as a reward for this effort, you will receive the gift of the gab. Cormac Teige McCarthy, the Lord of Blarney, was about to be deprived of ...

    Honeymoon Day 3

    A travel blog entry by chris.wueste on Nov 24, 2014

    1 photo

    ... Chris on other hand haaaaates liquor and wine. Sooo I got him back today for making fun of my faces yesterday. I got a picture of him tasting the whiskey, but he couldn't finish it. And being the good wife that I am, I finished his glass for him so it wouldn't go to waste. Yes...I had MULTIPLE drinks before lunch. lol That was first, but luckily we stumbled on a faaaaantastic restaurant outside the tour that served the ...

    Day 19: Dublin to Cork

    A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 09, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    I considered continuing on yesterday's blog to cover for today, as just because I went to bed, it didn't mean my day really ended. Far from it! The giant behemoth of a bed hog in Daniel ensured I heard every single dong of the bells from the Christ Church Cathedral across the road from midnight to 7am! Not that there wasn't any sleep though. By about 4am I'd given up and relocated to the ground to try and find the elusive Zzzzz's. And I did, for about 50 minutes. Great ...

    Cows, Caves & Birds

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 17, 2014

    11 photos

    ... and tiny villages. The road is narrow but absent the grass growing in the middle as we drive up and down a steady stream of hills, some quite steep. At times, the trees on either side have grown so tall that they intertwine to create a beautiful green arbor to drive under.

    When we arrive we have just enough time to have our picnic lunch of bread, cheese and hummus before the noon tour. The guide leads us down the wet stairs about 229 feet into ...

    #4 Cork City, Here I Come!

    A travel blog entry by lauriedeschenes on Apr 08, 2014

    8 comments, 8 photos

    On Saturday morning, a surprise was waiting for us on the farm. Victoria, the oldest sheep, had her babies. I was so excited to see them. They were so cute, their tiny snouts buried in their mother's wool. Later in the afternoon, Toffee, the brown sheep had a baby too! My hosts had a busy day taking care of the lambs.

    On Saturday night, I went with my hosts and the other WWOOFers in Tony Mac's Public House, a small pub in ...