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A Five Star Hotel near Cork
A LUXURY HOTEL NEAR CORK, WITH SPA AND MICHELIN STAR RESTAURANT
Cliff House Hotel is on the doorstep of County Cork and just one hour from Cork City through Youghal, Middleton and Little Island.
Stay at Cliff House Hotel, Five Star luxury in a unique boutique style hotel. Our rooms are designed to allow you capture the picturesque views of the beautiful Ardmore Bay. All of our accommodation overlooks the sea. Dine in a Michelin star restaurant and soak up the sounds of sea from our outside terrace where you can relax for the evening. In all weathers by the sea is the place to be.
CLIFF HOUSE HOTEL SPA ON CORK BORDER
Our intimate spa near Cork overlooks Ardmore Bay which creates a beautiful relationship between the soothing sound of the sea and our tranquil spa treatments.
We heavily recommend:
- Organic peat bath An outdoor Irish peat and ginger work to soothe away aches and pains and relieve stress and fatigue. €50 Per person
- Refresh and RenewTreatment includes a body exfoliation, followed by a relaxing outdoor bath which overlooks Ardmore Bay, While in the bath, you can apply our nourishing face mask and let our custom made product comfort your skin in the fresh air.Treatment time – 60 minutes €95 per person indoor only
Please prebook your spa treatments and times for the spa facilities.
THREE THINGS TO DO IN CORK AS YOU ARE ONLY A STONE'S THROW AWAY
Titanic Experience in Cobh:
While driving to Cork City, you could take a detour to Cobh. Cobh is famous for its port as it was the last stop for the Titanic before its maiden voyage across the Atlantic.
123 passengers boarded the ship on 11th April 1912. The Titanic Experience in Cobh uses innovative technology to reimagine the emotions, feelings and experience of boarding the Titanic. Many reviews emphasis an impressive experience with emotional insights about the Titanic.
English Markets in Cork City:
The English Markets are famous in Cork City which began during the 18th century. Many tourists and locals would agree that the English Markets is a must see with many fish stalls, shops and restaurants nearby to sample.
Fitzgerald’s Park in the centre of Cork City is a favourite hiding place of the locals. The park is home to many beautiful flowers all year round including a art gallery and natural bakery nearby.
A free museum is also in Fitzgerald’s Park with exhibitions about the local history of Cork.