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Live At The Marquee

After a 2 year hiatus due to covid restrictions, Live at The Marquee is returning to Cork with a huge lineup for the Summer of 2022. The famous music and entertainment festival is known for consistently offering a fantastic lineup of some of the world’s best music and comedy acts. 2022 is no different as…

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Musgrave Park

Musgrave Park in Cork is best known for being a top Irish rugby stadium which is home to iconic Munster Rugby. The famous Cork stadium plays host to many top rugby games including Pro14 games, pre-season friendlies and is top choice for all local rugby finals. The popular stadium has also played host to a…

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Blarney

During your stay at The Dean Cork, there are an endless amount of places for you to explore and see in Cork including taking a day trip to Blarney. Blarney is a popular town just outside Cork City which is very popular for tourists who are looking to explore the best of County Cork.  There…

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Cork City Gaol

Cork is a city that is full of history and culture including some of Ireland’s top historical attractions so if you are looking to explore the best of Cork during your stay at The Dean, then check out Cork City Gaol. Located just 2km from Patrick Street, Cork City Gaol is a must visit for…

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Patrick Street

Patrick Street is a street name synonymous with shopping when people are talking about Cork City and this popular Cork shopping district is within walking distance of The Dean Cork. That means guests at The Dean Cork can spend their day shopping until they drop in top retail brands from Brown Thomas to Penneys, Pandora,…

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Fota Island

Hotels Near Fota Island Ireland’s only wildlife park is only 20 minutes’ from Cork city centre, but is another world; a place where monkeys, big cats and kangaroos run free, unbound by cages. Yes, this is a proper wildlife park, dedicated to conservation and education, so you don’t need to feel guilty after a visit….

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The English Market

If Cork is a foodie’s paradise (and it is), then The English Market is its Mecca; a beautifully ornate Victorian building filled with local produce. From cheese and fish to meat and fruit, there’s enough here to keep you in picnics for weeks. On a sunny day, pick up lunch to go and head to…

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Kent Train Station

Kent Station, the main railway station in Cork, is located moments away from The Dean Cork. Pull in and check in at The Dean, or grab a coffee on the go as you head for your train.

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Crawford Art Gallery

The heart of Cork’s art scene, Crawford Art Gallery is housed in a stunning red-brick building (which used to be the city’s custom house) a few seconds’ walk from the Lee, and is filled with more than 3,000 paintings, sculptures and video works. Add myriad exhibitions, performances, lectures and workshops, and it’s no surprise this…

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Barcadia Cork

Beer! Burgers! Retro arcade games! What’s not to like about this bar/restaurant/arcade? From Street Fighter to Sonic, Tetris to Pacman, this place has a raft of retro games and has proved mighty popular with Cork’s big kids (and actual kids) since it opened. Add a large menu of American comfort food, craft beer and cocktails,…

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Pairc ui Chaoimh Cork

The home of Cork GAA, there are few better experiences than roaring along with 45,000 others as the Rebel County lays down the law on the pitch. Located in a beautiful location right by the Lee; we can’t think of many better ways to spend a Sunday afternoon. Pairc Ui Chaoimh also hosts some of…

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