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Clonakilty Park Hotel, hotel in Clonakilty

Clonakilty Park Hotel

Cork

In the heart of Clonakilty, this luxury hotel has a leisure center with an indoor pool, sauna and steam room. With a modern restaurant and bar, the beautiful coastline is just 10 minutes away by car....

8.4
Very Good
1,019 reviews
Price from$150.61per night
O'Donovan's Hotel, hotel in Clonakilty

O'Donovan's Hotel

Hotel in Clonakilty

O'Donovan's Hotel is a 250-year-old Family Run Hotel set in Clonakilty Town Center. All rooms come with a TV and free WiFi. You will find a kettle in the room.

8.6
Excellent
1,302 reviews
Price from$173.37per night
Emmet Hotel, hotel in Clonakilty

Emmet Hotel

Hotel in Clonakilty

The Emmet is a boutique hotel located on a Georgian Square in the heart of Clonakilty, surrounded by the beaches and coast of the Wild Atlantic Way.

8.7
Excellent
735 reviews
Price from$183.12per night
Dunmore House Hotel, hotel in Clonakilty

Dunmore House Hotel

Hotel in Clonakilty

With a private beach, the family-run Dunmore House Hotel is located on the south west coast of Ireland. free Wi-Fi, along with a bar and a restaurant.

9.3
Wonderful
789 reviews
Price from$216.71per night
Fernhill House Hotel & Gardens, hotel in Clonakilty

Fernhill House Hotel & Gardens

Hotel in Clonakilty

Set in Clonakilty, at the heart of West Cork, the Fernhill House Hotel & Gardens offers its own bar, restaurant, and free Wi-Fi.

9.1
Wonderful
228 reviews
Price from$204.79per night
Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa, hotel in Clonakilty

Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa

Hotel in Clonakilty

Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa has twice been awarded ‘Ireland's Leading Spa Resort’.

9.0
Wonderful
189 reviews
Price from$287.14per night
An Sugan Guesthouse, hotel in Clonakilty

An Sugan Guesthouse

Clonakilty

Set in a Georgian property, once home to poetess Mary Jane Irwin, An Sugan is a family-run guest house and seafood restaurant.

8.4
Very Good
380 reviews
Price from$119.19per night
Melrose B&B, hotel in Clonakilty

Melrose B&B

Clonakilty, Co.Cork

Melrose B&B offers accommodations in Clonakilty, 3.3 miles from Lisellen Estates. This property offers access to a terrace, darts, free private parking, and free Wifi.

8.5
Very Good
218 reviews
Price from$135.44per night
The Well Bed & Breakfast, hotel in Clonakilty

The Well Bed & Breakfast

Clonakilty

Featuring garden views, The Well Bed & Breakfast in Clonakilty provides accommodations, a garden, and a shared lounge. This bed and breakfast features free private parking, room service, and free...

9.3
Wonderful
255 reviews
Price from$108.36per night
Clonakilty Accommodation An Úllórd Getways, hotel in Clonakilty

Clonakilty Accommodation An Úllórd Getways

Clonakilty

Located in Clonakilty in the Cork County region and University College Cork reachable within 30 miles, Clonakilty Accommodation An Úllórd Getways has accommodations with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a...

9.2
Wonderful
248 reviews
Price from$116.02per night
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About Clonakilty

Clonakilty, Ireland, is a charming town nestled in the heart of County Cork. Known for its mild, temperate climate, Clonakilty experiences average temperatures ranging from 40°F in winter to 60°F in summer, with rainfall evenly distributed throughout the year.

This Irish town is a treasure trove of activities and attractions. Explore the Model Railway Village, take a leisurely stroll along Inchydoney Beach, or enjoy a scenic drive through the picturesque countryside. Walking is a popular mode of transportation, allowing you to fully immerse in the town's quaint charm.

Immerse yourself in the rich culture of Clonakilty by attending a traditional Irish music session at a local pub. The town is also renowned for its culinary delights, particularly Clonakilty Black Pudding, a type of blood sausage. The surrounding region offers breathtaking natural beauty, from the rugged coastline to the rolling green hills of the Irish countryside.

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What Guests Said About Clonakilty:

  • 6.0

    I was there to attend a wedding.

    I was there to attend a wedding. I did not take a car so I did not see much of Clonakilty itself. I think a car is necessary as it is just outside Clonakilty. I did see the sea and beaches from the taxi and they looked nice.
    Frances
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Great town with lots of pride and several fun cultural...

    Great town with lots of pride and several fun cultural experiences. The Clonakilty Black Pudding Visitors Center was great. The Clonakilty Distillery is a great tour and tasting experience. The downtown is cute and walkable. The people are kind and it's central to many great communities nearby.
    Erin
    United States of America
  • 10

    Fab little town, everything is so close together.

    Fab little town, everything is so close together. Really wished we'd stayed longer & are already planning a return in the Summer. Didn't eat in any of the restaurants as we only ate in the hotel but the menus of many of the eateries looked great!
    L
    Louise
    Ireland
  • 8.0

    Lovely quaint old world charm town.

    Lovely quaint old world charm town. Very colourful and clean. Great selection of shops and information of things to see and do in the area. Take the train for a tour around the town for all ages. Lovely location as a base for exploring deeper into west Cork or just relaxing in one of the many beaches in the area. If you get the weather there is no place to beat this part of Ireland.
    John
    Ireland
  • 10

    Fun, friendly town, with lots of cute pubs and really good...

    Fun, friendly town, with lots of cute pubs and really good restaurants. Great taxi service, Nial Johnson has electric luxury cars for regular price, really fun. Dinner at Camus with guest chef, Caitlin Ruth was amazing. You don't need a car, bus goes all the way to cork and past Skibbereen.
    Marcia
    United States of America
  • 10

    Love the town.

    Love the town. Lots of nice shops, bars, restaurants, cafés and little markets unique to the town and excellent just to browse around. Lots of little cafés, outdoor seating and well spaced public seats where one can sit and watch the world go by. The locals seem very friendly as do the staff in all the shops we visited. Seem to really take care of their visitors. Town is perfect to stroll around, very clean and brightly well decorated shops. Public toilet centrally located but unfortunately required coins to operate. These days, many people do not carry coins anymore! One way traffic system through the main street area - not too busy but could be nicer if pedestrianised.
    Michael
    Ireland

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Clonakilty

  • 9.8
    Exceptional · 40 reviews
    Fabulous little house in a perfect location, very quiet area but within walking distance of all amenities in Clonakilty, also ideal as a base for touring the best of what West Cork has to offer. Sarah Jane was a perfect hostess, there if you needed her but not at all intrusive, she also left us an array of local goods for when we arrived & a lovely hand written note with ideas on what to do & where to eat locally. Would definitely recommend & would have no hesitation in returning.
    Maeve
    Ireland
  • 9.3
    Wonderful · 63 reviews
    Everything was fabulous. Jean Luc and Ina were kind and gracious hosts. The property is beautiful and quiet with private parking and entrance. Coco the dog and the chickens often come to say hi throughout the day. The drive to Clonakilty is about 10 minutes. You're about 70 minutes from Cork, Kinsale, and Cobh which are easy day trips. I cooked dinner each night in the cottage and the facilities were great. Wifi was also strong. Highly recommend this cottage.
    Erin
    United States of America
  • 9.6
    Exceptional · 224 reviews
    Beautifully appointed cottage, private and very comfortable, like a home away from home! The grounds are magnificent and peaceful, perfect for a romantic getaway. The pool is a wonderful added feature. The hosts Gerard and Ann gave us a warm welcome and they communicated with us before and during our stay for ease of arrival and check-in, as well as offering helpful tips during our stay. Good home base for day trips in and around west cork.
    Carmela
    Canada
  • 9.5
    Exceptional · 14 reviews
    Superb location. Literally 6m from the ocean at a beautiful beach. Very close to Clonakilty town (5km exactly). Went running there twice and it was very doable, no footpath for the first 3km notwithstanding, traffic was quiet on the route and drivers were patient. People were friendly. Hotel has great amenities on hand. Value for money was tremendous and the place exceeded expectations for sure.
    A
    Aisling and Kevin
    Ireland
  • From $183.12 per night
    8.7
    Excellent · 735 reviews
    We really enjoyed our stay at the Emmet Hotel. The room was beautiful and exceptionally clean. The staff were very helpful. There was a lovely girl on reception when we checked in. I can't remember her name but she should be commended for her efforts. She gave us information about the local area which we really appreciated and she was very friendly. We will definitely be back again.
    Bríd C.
    Ireland
  • From $216.71 per night
    9.3
    Wonderful · 789 reviews
    Beautiful setting, with panoramic sea view. Excellent food, Very friendly staff. Comfortable and beautifully decorated. There is a wonderful collection of contemporary art. The area is recommended for a rejuvenating break - walking, near Duneen and Inchydoney beaches for swimming, Clonakilty for heritage and shopping. We will definitely return to this lovely hotel.
    Mary
    Ireland
  • 9.3
    Wonderful · 255 reviews
    Friendly hosts, very comfortable bed, spacious room and great shower! Great location for us with a car as it was 2 minutes into Clonakilty town centre, and easy access to the beach and other towns. Breakfast was delicious with many options available, you definitely won’t starve! Fantastic coffee as well. Thank you Bernie!
    Kate
    Australia
  • 7.3
    Good · 843 reviews
    The staff were really helpful, and courteous, any request wasn’t an issue for them. The rooms were spacious, clean and comfortable. They were well stocked with towels, and toiletries. The location was excellent, as it was central to attractions , and amenities, would stay again, and recommend the hotel to anyone.
    James
    Ireland
  • From $173.37 per night
    8.6
    Excellent · 1,302 reviews
    My stay at the fine hotel was amazing. The lady and gent at reception were outstanding, they were totally customer-focused. The standard of cleanliness was exceptional. Breakfast was well prepared and the service was second to none. I will book again on my return to Clonakilty. Keep up the great work.
    Martin
    Netherlands
  • From $122.12 per night
    9.2
    Wonderful · 248 reviews
    Really loved how they have decorated the pods and the outside area, so cute! Great facilities in the pod, its more like a mini apartment with a little kitchenette and a good size private bathroom. Bed was comfy and there was a nice area to sit outside as well. Lovely warm welcome from the host too!
    CGeoghegan
    Ireland
  • From $204.79 per night
    9.1
    Wonderful · 228 reviews
    Yes it is a little dated decor wise but it’s extremely good value and the staff are beyond lovely and accommodating. It is so well located to Clonakilty town centre and the outside deck bar is such a lovely spot in the nice weather. I would definitely stay again. Bar Food was really lovely also.
    Susan
    Ireland
  • From $113.23 per night
    8.7
    Excellent · 308 reviews
    Joan was very friendly, accommodating and a great host. We had a wedding in Dunmore House Hotel which is about a 3 minute drive so location was ideal. Not en-suite but shared bathroom just next door. Very reasonable rate and ideal for what we needed.
    Jessica
    Ireland
  • From $119.19 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 380 reviews
    In the centre of Clonakilty. Great breakfast. The room was very comfortable and all told, the stay was good value for money. The place has a vibe between a hotel and B&B that is pleasant and the restaurant in the Sugan pub is very good also.
    Richard
    Ireland
  • From $150.61 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 1,019 reviews
    We liked that hotel has many amenities for kids. They loved swimming pool and jungle gym, kids camp and cinema. We loved that it is close to the beach, only short drive from the hotel. City centre is not too far away either.
    Peter
    Ireland
  • From $113.23 per night
    8.7
    Excellent · 308 reviews
    good breakfast, very comfortable room, and a major plus the owner, without me asking, offered me a lift into Clonakilty in her car, as I was there to play in a backgammon competition over the weekend
    gabriel
    Ireland
  • 9.3
    Wonderful · 63 reviews
    Fabulous spot in West Cork. Ideal for Long Strand, Clonakilty, Kilbrittain, Castlefreke. Comfortable bed and tremendous rainforest shower. We will be back especially to see Coco the dog.
    Reginald
    Ireland
  • From $183.12 per night
    8.7
    Excellent · 735 reviews
    Lovely quaint hotel. Well located. Lovely view from the window overlooking the square. Breakfast was one of the best I have ever had with an excellent gluten free option.
    Ruth
    Ireland
  • From $173.37 per night
    8.6
    Excellent · 1,302 reviews
    Lovely clean hotel. Lovely features. Highly recommend Molly's cafe for wine and tapas.
    Claire
    Ireland
  • From $216.71 per night
    9.3
    Wonderful · 789 reviews
    Plenty of area's to sit about and enjoy the beautiful view
    Mary
    Ireland
  • From $119.19 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 380 reviews
    Very comfortable and a short walk into the town.
    Caroline
    United States of America

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