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Covering much of Ireland’s south west, this collection of holiday cottages in County Cork sit within Ireland’s largest and, quite possibly, liveliest county.

Why book a holiday home in County Cork?

With spectacular scenery, culinary delights and a welcoming atmosphere, it’s easy to see why County Cork is so popular. Discover the city of Cork, fast becoming one of Europe’s hippest spots, with an ever-growing number of creative restaurants, bars and bistros to satisfy your taste buds. Sample the finest whiskeys at the Jameson Experience Museum, relive history at the Titanic Experience and ring the Shandon Bells on top of the iconic St. Anne’s Church. If you’d prefer to base your holiday around the great outdoors, then there’s no better place to explore then the West Cork coastline. Trek through the breath-taking rock formations, alongside sheer cliffs and stop at charming villages along the way.

Places to Visit in County Cork

We have a great selection of County Cork holiday homes to suit all tastes and budgets. Explore hidden gems along West Cork’s magnificent coastline such as the rural village of Goleen; the idyllic village of Schull with its sheltered harbour and sailing club; and Kinsale, famous for its yachting marina, art galleries, and annual food festivals.

Types of holiday cottages

Relax and unwind with a remote holiday cottage in Ireland, or perhaps you’d prefer to place yourself in an thatched cottage for a more traditional getaway? If you’re planning on exploring Ireland alongside your pooch, then a dog-friendly cottage will allow you to create memories you will cherish forever.