Travelodge Cork Airport

Kinsale Road Roundabout, Cork, County Cork, Ireland | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $71.00

Travel Blogs from Cork

Cork, Ireland and surrounding towns

A travel blog entry by pegariah


... quays and bridges. St. Patrick’s Street is the main thoroughfare, with shops and fantastic examples of Georgian-style architecture and the English Market has been around since 1610. Nearby, the Blarney Castle attracts thousands of visitors to is famous Blarney Stone. Legend has it that those who kiss the Stone of Eloquence will never again be at a loss for words.


My new talent: cooking

A travel blog entry by akreyling


While I am here, I have to cook for myself because they do not have a meal plan or any cafeteria basically. So Hannah and I have been cooking ourselves dinner and lunch and if I do say so myself, I am a very good chef. Hannah gets the salads ready and some sides and I cook the main dishes. We pretty much only eat chicken but we are beginning to branch out a little bit. Here are some pictures of our dinners. ...

County Cork (and a bit of Kerry), Ireland

A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman

... for me, I had my phone in hand at the time, and my instinctive attempt to brace myself on the seat in front resulted in a rather large crack to the screen! Despite this minor misfortune, the Ring of Kerry was well worth the trip, a brilliant mix of stunning scenery, and quaint little Irish villages (in which, I must admit, a couple of pints were had). My final day in Ireland was spent exploring the small port town of Cobh, nestled on a ...

When in Ireland, do as the Irish do...

A travel blog entry by cpelaez


... in and of itself. However, I figured if I came all this way to Ireland I may as well kiss the stone! After all, there are guardrails in case one should fall. So once I reached the top of the castle I laid on my back pushed myself off the edge of the castle two feet into thin air and kissed the stone! It was a great accomplishment for me, and I even have some pretty cool pictures to prove it!

We did a lot more things during the weekend ...

Blarney Stone & I Are Like This (Cross Fingers

A travel blog entry by goddessphoto


... the castle. The Murder Hole where the butler would drop the floor out from under unsuspecting visitors. The gaps where hot tar cold be dropped on soldiers. The stairway which was built at a slant so oil could be thrown and those trying to climb the stairs would slip to their death. Pete, there are some good ideas for you, no moat necessary. We caught up with Mom at the cafe and then made our way back to the car where we drove for about 1 minute ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the New Grange area of Cork, is near Charles Fort, City Hall, Half Moon, and Lavitts Quay Gallery.
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