What to do in Cork City
Cork city, Ireland’s second city or ‘the real Capital’ is alive with fun and inspiring festivals of all shapes and sizes from January right through to December.
There’s a reason to visit Cork at any time of the year! Below we have selected for you some of the main and well-known events held in both the city and county.
What to See
Located in the Victorian Quarter of Cork City Centre among the shops, restaurants and nightlife.
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Location and Approach
Cork Airport is only 15 minutes’ drive away and Cork’s Kent Train Station and Cork Bus Station are only a few minutes’ walk from the hotel. The main shopping centre and Cork City’s bustling Patrick’s Street thoroughfare is literally just around the corner.
Coburg St. Cork
Tel.: + 353 21 4501518
Fax.: + 353 21 4501178
GPS: 51.901838, -8.471042
Arrival by Public Transport
If you are coming from Cork Railway Station it is approximately a ten minute walk to the Hotel. Leave the station and turn left onto the footpath. Proceed to walk approximately 800 metres in a straight line, continue on through the crossroads and you will see the Ashley Hotel on the right.
Arrival by car
From Dublin / Waterford
When travelling on the N8 / Dublin road to Cork, drive up the quays and do not cross over any bridge. Travel on to the fourth bridge and turn right. At the next junction, turn right, then left, and follow the flow of traffic.
From Limerick / Mallow
When travelling on the N20 / Limerick road travel to the City Centre. Drive as far as the Heineken Ireland complex which is located on your right, and where the road divides at the traffic lights, turn left, after the petrol station. After the next set of traffic lights the Ashley Hotel is located on the left-hand side of the street. Drive into the car park at the back of the hotel – access is through the double gates.