Cork Travel Guide

Articles about Cork

By John Schwartz
It is indeed rare to pass a single mile without encountering an object to which some marvellous fiction is attached. Every lake, mountain, ruin of church or castle, rath and boreen, has its legendary tale; the Faeries people every wild spot; the B...
By Anya von Bremzen
Here's how I imagined it: I'd buy a gnarled walking stick and go wandering through shamrock-green villages, on the prowl for shining examples of colcannon, boxty, stampy, and champ. I'd commune with wild sheep on the moors . . . catch silvery salm...
By Susan Welsh
As founding president of Ritz-Carlton, hotelier Horst Schulze has long been a pioneer in the world of service. He’s now aiming to put a new stamp on luxury by creating intimate all-suite properties in Europe, Asia, Mexico, and the United States, ...
Before leaving New York for Schloss Velden, in southern Austria, and Capella Castlemartyr, in County Cork, Ireland, just as I was choosing which ties to pack and about to oven-dry some tomatoes, Benjamin and Iona called, identifying themselves as ...

Hotels in Cork

Part of a chain of businessmen's hotels with the blandness of urban boutique lodgings. The property does have a few delights, like a library of books by Irish authors in the lobby, and an airy bar overlooking the river.

Things to do in Cork

An ideal pub with traditional music and the feel of Old Ireland.