We have been caring for the visitors in the hotel since 1840 circa, so please relax and enjoy your stay
A warm welcome is extended to you by the team at the Ashley Hotel, offering a fantastic location - only a minute walk from Cork City centre, your ideal option for great value Cork City accommodation.
- Ashley Hotel is a butter-coloured Victorian Building established in 1840 circa, located in the Victorian Quarter of Cork City, near the bus and train stations and 8km from the airport, and is a traditional, independent, family operated Hotel with excellent guest rooms. The ambience of the hotel is very relaxed and peaceful, and a genuine personal touch makes each visit a unique and unforgettable experience, whether visiting Cork City for leisure or business. Read what our valued Guests have written about their stay at the Ashley Hotel, and get in touch for Cork City Hotel Special Offers.
- Ashley Hotel is located within a busy area with bars, restaurants and shopping. Just a short walk from the hotel, people can discover the English Market, Cork City Goal and St. Anne's Church with Shandon Bells, affectionately known as the Four Face Liar. A car is not necessary - town centre is at our doorstep. Set in the Heart of Cork City with its own private secure car park, closed at night time from 9pm until 6.30am (spaces are a subject to availability - for alternative parking option for our guests please check with Q-Park - click here), just north of the River Lee, this Cork hotel is an ideal base from which to explore Cork City and its surrounding treasures, including Blarney, home to the world famous Blarney Stone in Blarney Castle, Kinsale (being a start/finish point to Wild Atlantic Way, a sensational journey of soaring cliffs and buzzing towns and cities, of hidden beaches and epic bays), Fort Camden, Fota Wildlife Park, Cobh, the magnificence of West Cork, and of course Killarney and the Ring of Kerry. If looking for inspirations for your breaks, check Ireland's Ancient East, with many of highlights located within Cork city and county. Furthermore, travelling from Cork, you can explore Ireland's Hidden Heartlands with exciting waterside towns and picturesque rural villages.
- Cork City is known for its festivals, the most famous being the annual Guinness Cork Jazz Festival held over the October Bank Holiday weekend, and the internationally-acclaimed Cork Film Festival. Another festival that takes place in the summer at the Docklands is Live at the Marquee, which attracts the biggest music names from Ireland and the rest of the world. The city boasts some wonderful theatres, such as the Everyman Theatre and the most respected Opera House in Ireland.
“Uniquely among Cork Hotels, our aim at the Ashley Hotel is to provide you with a very pleasant and comfortable stay with the traditional warm Irish Welcome
and excellent value for money.”