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Treat yourself with cosy and comfortable Cork and Kerry Holiday Rentals

County Cork
Anytime
2 guests
Cork is the second largest and third most populous city in Ireland.
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County Cork: Our recommendations

House
4 2
Arundelmills, Cork, Ireland
5.0 / 5
"Excellent"
from €403
for 1 week
House
5 3
Sarue, Cork, Ireland
4.5 / 4
"Outstanding"
from €418
for 1 week
House
6 3
Caheravart, Cork, Ireland
4.5 / 4
"Outstanding"
from €438
for 1 week
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Pet-Friendly Holiday Homes

Pet-friendly
House
6 3
Bunskellig, Cork, Ireland
4.8 / 4
"Outstanding"
from €395
for 1 week
Pet-friendly
130 m² House
7 3
Caherkeen, Cork, Ireland
5.0 / 5
"Excellent"
from €307
for 1 week
Pet-friendly
130 m² House
6 3
Liscullane, Cork, Ireland
5.0 / 5
"Excellent"
from €300
for 1 week
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Holiday Homes with a Patio or Terrace

Balcony/Patio
14 m² House
2 1
Dunnamark Mill-Lot, Glas Na Fuinseoige, Ireland
5.0 / 5
"Excellent"
from €854
for 1 week
Balcony/Patio
158 m² House
7 3
Maulnaskehy, Cork, Ireland
4.4 / 3
"Very good"
from €525
for 1 week
Balcony/Patio
74 m² House
4 1
Garryvoe Lower, Cork, Ireland
4.4 / 3
"Very good"
from €966
for 1 week
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Holiday Accommodation Near Fishing

Fishing
100 m² House
4 2
Dunowen, Cork, Ireland
4.9 / 5
"Excellent"
from €840
for 1 week
Fishing
320 m² House
6 3
Felane East, Millcove, Ireland
5.0 / 5
"Excellent"
from €2,156
for 1 week
Fishing
Lodge
4 2
Grange, Castlemartyr, Ireland
4.0 / 3
"Very good"
from €770
for 1 week
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With its exuberant atmosphere and friendly locals, there is much to see and do whilst staying in Cork and Kerry cottage rentals, especially for architecture enthusiasts, as the city exhibits some excellent examples of a wide range of different architectural styles ranging from the medieval, such as the Red Abbey, to the modern period. There are also two notable cathedrals in the city, St. Mary's Cathedra, often referred to as the North Cathedral, which is Roman Catholic and was built in 1808, with its distinctive tower added in the 1860s, and St Finbarre's Cathedral, which serves the Protestant faith, and was built upon the foundations of an earlier cathedral, between 1862 and 1879 under the direction of architect William Burges.

What are the most popular destinations in Cork?

Choose Cork and Kerry Holiday Lettings and view the iconic Church of Shandon tower


Perhaps the most notable and famous building in Cork is Cork's church tower of Shandon, which dominates the northern side of the city and is widely regarded as Cork's most iconic symbol. The north and east sides are constructed from red sandstone and the west and south sides are covered in the region's most-used stone, white limestone, whilst at the top sits a weather vane in the form of an eleven-foot high salmon. The seaport Cobh, known for its interesting maritime history and sailing attracts visitors from all over the world and offers the Titanic Trail tour. West Cork boasts breathtaking rugged coastlines, remote islands, rural villages, and welcoming locals. Cork City is featured in the Lonely Planet's 2010 Best in Travel Guide as a top ten city to visit worldwide and was described as "The Festival City", alongside other hot holiday spots including Vancouver, Sarajevo, and Singapore.

Find your dream Cork and Kerry Holiday Cottages and Cork and Kerry Holiday Homes with Casamundo

A great holiday in Ireland can be made into a perfect one by finding the right Cork and Kerry Accommodation. If you choose to take a holiday in County Kerry, we guarantee you will not be disappointed, Kerry, with its mountains, lakes and Atlantic coastline is among the most scenic areas and most important tourist destinations in Ireland. Kerry, located in the south west of Ireland, is home to the magnificent Dingle Pennisula, famous for its Blasket Islands and Dingle Town. If you are a keen walker, you will love following the various attractive walking trails that snake through the picturesque green countryside, such as the Kerry Way, Dingle Way and Beara Way. The Ring of Kerry on the Iveragh Peninsula is the lower equivalent of the Kerry Way, but for cyclists. A popular destination in Kerry well known for its traditional pubs and fine dining is Killarney, which is also home to shimmering mystic lakes and the quaint Killarney National Park.


Some of the places in Kerry most loved by tourists worldwide include Bantry Bay, the National Park Gougane Barra, the famous Distillery Trail including the world famous Glenfiddich, or the legendary Blarney Stone. Tourists from all over the world love Cork and Kerry holidays, which were previously known as Ivernia. Other spectacular places to visit which are well-worth venturing outside your Cork and Kerry holiday cottage for, are the Cape Clear and Garnish Islands. Cork and Kerry holidays are easily accessible and enjoyed by thousands of tourists every year. Cork and Kerry holiday cottages are available in many different forms, are designed to suits all budgets, tastes and lifestles and will undoubtedly provide an enjoyable break that you will will remember forever.


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  • Rent South Western Finland Holiday Cottages and visit the major urban centre of South Western Finland, Turku, which was briefly the Finnish capital between 1809 and 1812, visit great historical attractions here such as the castle and cathedral

What are the most popular accommodations in the area?

The most booked accommodations in Cork are house rentals and apartment rentals. We search from more than 333 accommodations in Cork to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.

How much does it cost to stay the night?

Prices start at just €59 per night. Most apartment rentals in Cork are 57 m² and house rentals are 125 m².

Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?

We can help you find accommodations in Cork for a group. On average, the house rentals has space for 5 guests.

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