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Hotel Isaacs Cork

48 MacCurtain St
Cork
County Cork
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Hotel Isaacs Cork has a celebrated restaurant, Greenes, which is recognised across Ireland for its fresh local produce and great seasonal menus. Hotel Isaacs Cork, a unique Victorian building in the city centre, is tucked away in an oasis of calm on MacCurtain Street, just minutes walk from Patrick Street, Cork's main shopping thoroughfare and from the central bus and railway stations.

The hotels location makes it ideal for taking day trips exploring East Cork, Scenic West Cork with daily local bus services to Kinsale and Blarney. Historic sites in the area include: Cork City Gaol, St. Finbarres Cathedral, University College Cork, Fota House including wildlife park and St Anns Church at Shandon where you can ring the bells from the Belfry.

Things to do locally: Wide range of golf courses within a short drive, tennis and swimming pool at the Bishopstown Complex, snooker/bowling at the Leisureplex just 100 m from the hotel. Cinemas and theatres are within walking distance.

Hotel Isaacs Cork, Cork

Accommodation
Rooms: 50
Ensuite Rooms: 50

Facilities
Room Service, Tea Coffee making, Direct Dial Telephone, Television, Internet Access, Parking.

Restaurant
The famous restaurant at Hotel Isaacs Cork is called Greenes and is extremely popular amongst visitors and locals alike. The great food, the fantastic service and the unbeatable value for money make the Hotel Isaacs Cork City one of the most popular hotel

Weddings and Conferences
Facilties available for conferences and receptions.

Leisure facilities
Golf, Fishing, Riding, Historic Houses, Museums, nearby

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