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Romantic 4 star getaway in Cork
Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way & Ireland’s Ancient East, the Carrigaline Court Hotel is the ideal place to enjoy a romantic weekend break or a couple breaks in Cork, whether it’s an anniversary, birthday, or simply a well-deserved escape.
Carrigaline offers the perfect opportunity for couples to unwind, go sightseeing and relax in some of our fantastic bars & restaurants. Enjoy overnight accommodation with complimentary carparking, wi-fi and access to the Leisure Centre with swimming pool and begin the next day with a delicious Full Irish breakfast. In the evening time, unwind and relax with a romantic meal in our stylish contemporary Bistro Restaurant.
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Top 10 things to do in Cork for Couples
Located just off the coast of the picturesque town of Cobh, Spike Island has a long history, as a Monastry, an 18th Century Fortress, and at the time, the world’s largest prison.
You can visit Cobh by car or take the train from Cork City, and enjoy one of Ireland’s most famous towns, before taking the short boat trip over to Spike Island.
This is a must-do for any history buff couple! Visit our Spike Island page for more information on the Island and how to book your tickets.
Fota Wildlife Park
One of Ireland’s leading tourist attractions, Fota Wildlife Park offers a very unique experience to its visitors. You and your partner can walk alongside the free-roaming wallabies and peacocks, come face-to-face with lions & tigers, wave at the monkeys, run with the cheetahs. With a number of coffee stations, cafés, and restaurants, Fota makes for an excellent day out for animal lovers, picnickers, and walkers alike.
Visit our Fota Wildllife Park page for more information and family package deals
Cork City Centre
Show your partner how much they mean to you with a trip to Cork! The Carrigaline Court Hotel is only a short distance to Cork City family attractions such as Cork Opera House, Crawford Art Gallery and Mahon Point Shopping Centre. University College Cork (UCC) and Munster Technological University (MTU, formally known as the Cork Institute of Technology or CIT) are also near the Carrigaline Court Hotel. To find out more about attractions in the rebel county, visit our Cork City page
Titanic Experience, Cobh
While you’re in Cobh enjoying Spike Island, why not experience what life would have been like on board for the passengers of the Titanic and discover the facts surrounding the tragic sinking of the famous vessel. You and your loved one will take a step back in time and experience what it was like on the Titanic! Visit our Titanic Experience page for more information.
Beaches in Cork
Cork is renowned for our scenic coastline, and we have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world (or so we like to think).
It’s always worth the short trip to West Cork to visit the amazing Inchydoney, or closer to Carrigaline, we have Crosshaven for the very popular Summer spot – Myrtleville beach, with Fountainstown beach just down the road from it. Myrtleville beach is the closest beach to Cork City centre.
Visit our Beaches in Cork page for more information.
Golf in Cork
If you’re looking for a couples weekend of golfing, then say no more. Fota Island, The Old Head of Kinsale, Bandon, Bantry, Castlemartyr..
Cork has some of the most challenging, scenic and professional golf courses in Europe. Fota Island alone has hosted the Irish Open 3 times!
So if you’re looking for a golfing weekend away, Cork has everything you need, and more.
For more information on Golf in Cork
Wild Atlantic Way
Make a break for the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland’s spectacular coastal route.
Kinsale is the official starting point for the Wild Atlantic Way, just minutes by car from Carrigaline.
Rest and refuel in Carrigaline Court Hotel before hitting the road with your better half and traveling some of the most scenic roads in the world, along the Wild Atlantic Way.
We are a perfectly located hotel near Kinsale.
Visit our Wild Atlantic Way page for more information and for things to do along the way.
Ireland’s Ancient East
Ireland’s Ancient East is a tranquil and beautiful land of rolling green hills, charming towns and quiet waters, all framed by the River Shannon and the Irish Sea. But dig a little deeper and you’ll discover a region that ripples with over 5,000 years of history!
Visit our Ireland’s Ancient East page for more inspiration!
Are you a couple that like to get outdoors? Perhaps you both fancy the adrenaline of Ziplining? or take your partner surfing in one of many beaches in Cork!
Check out our Outdoor Activities Page for inspiration!
Castles & Medieval Forts in Cork
Are you a couple that enjoy history? Yes? Well thankfully you have come to the right place! Cork is steeped in Medieval history, with plenty of Castles & Forts to explore.
With famous castles such as Blarney Castle and Blackrock Castle, as well as the famous Charles Fort which dates as far back as the 17th Century and has been part of some of the most momentous events of Irish history, and a key part of Cork & Ireland’s defense.
Visit our Castle and Medieval Forts page for more information.