Location Stay in luxury and style at Achill House. Achill House is uniquely set, within five minutes walk of the city centre. A leisurely stroll across the road will lead you into the splendid landscaped grounds of University College Cork. Alternatively you may ramble down Mardyke Walk, which dates from 1719 and is especially renowned for its fine old sporting institutions such as Cork Cricket Club and Sundays Well Boating and Tennis Club. Achill House is close to the bus and train stations, Cork Airport and Ringaskiddy car ferry terminal. Car parking is available for guests. To ensure your stay at Achill House is a memorable occasion, your host, Helena Mc Sweeney, will advise you on the varied events, attractions and places of interest in Cork, Kerry and the environs. Achill House is an ideal base tourists wishing to explore Kinsale, Blarney Castle, the beautiful south west coast or the renowned Lakes of Killarney and Ring of Kerry.
Rooms This elegant period guesthouse has been lovingly maintained and elegantly furnished for your delight and enjoyment. The tastefully appointed luxurious bedrooms are furnished with the highest quality modern conveniences. The décor is restful and warm, while the rooms are large, spacious and extremely comfortable. Features include multi-channel television, radio, direct-dial telephone/modem facilities. All rooms have en-suite facilities with optional Jacuzzi baths.
Breakfast An extensive breakfast menu using the best of local West Cork produce is guaranteed to satisfy all tastes. Freshly baked homemade brown bread is a specialty of the house and is sure to get your day off to a good start.
General Stay in luxury and style at Achill House in the heart of Cork City. A warm and relaxed atmosphere awaits the discerning business executive or tourist, combining traditional Irish hospitality with modern comfortable facilities and imaginative cuisine.
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