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A coastal retreat near the charming West Cork town of Rosscarbery, the Celtic Ross Hotel is family owned and full of comfortable touches to ensure a cosy stay. The hotel has offered legendary Irish hospitality for the past 20 years and enjoys a wonderful reputation amongst locals. Just over an hour from Cork, you can enjoy the unspoiled beaches nearby or take a scenic drive on the Wild Atlantic Way. Alternatively, there are a number of hidden coves and inlets discoverable by foot or bike.
Unwind in the Celtic Ross’s leisure centre (additional costs) which offers three pools, a sauna, steam room, gym, exercise classes, swimming lessons, and a range of rejuvenating spa treatments. You can dine at the AA Rosette Award-winning restaurant, the Kingfisher Bar & Bistro, where the food is guaranteed to be utterly delicious. Additionally, you can eat outside on the scenic Kingfisher Terrace. Those looking to practice their strokes can enjoy discounted rates on a choice of three local golf courses when booking through reception. While there are a whole host of other activities that the attentive staff can help you with.
The hotel is found in the village of Rosscarberry in county Cork. A beautiful spot for fishing, birdwatching, scenic walks, and taking in Blue Flag beaches, it’s the ideal spot to visit if you’re all about natural scenery. Found about an hour’s drive from Cork, it’s easy to take in both unique destinations in your stay here. Ireland’s second largest city, Cork, is full of character. Its quaint waterfront is full of artisan cafes, restaurants, and bars, but it is also a city which is still traditional at heart. Showcasing this, there are plenty of snug pubs with live music, hearty restaurants made from locally sourced ingredients, and a general air of pride and welcome from the locals. Cork city centre can be found on an isle on the River Lee, which snakes through the city. Here, waterways make up a big part of the city’s charm, partnered with Georgian avenues, 17th-century alleyways, and modern masterpieces like the opera house. Cork is not short of cultural sights either, with the St Fin Barre Cathedral, the Cork City Gaol and the English Market providing plenty of opportunity to immerse yourself in Irish culture.