It was our second stay at The Kingsley this year. I'd rate the breakfast as one of the best I've ever had. And,being coeliac,the staff,especially Fergal,were very accommodating. They even cooked sausages separately for me to avoid cross contamination. Would highly recommend this hotel.
Older but well refurbished hotel in central Cork City, in the shadow of Shandon church famous for the bells and as a very traditional part of central Cork. It is within easy reach of the city centre, certainly walking distance but public transport and taxis are within easy reach if you chose to go further afield, to Cobh or to Kinsale for instance. The city has both an airport, extensive road infrastructure and a wealth of special interest areas whether your interest is nature, golf, sailing or just rambling.
Hotel staff provide excellent service, and have a typical Irish warmth and sense of humour in every area whether it is the bar, reception, the corridors or at the breakfast table ... And the breakfast is excellent by the way.
Certainly to be recommended.
Traveller from various but currently Galway, Ireland
This family-friendly Cork hotel is located in the historical district, steps from Firkin Crane, Bells of Shandon, and St …More
Ireland's second-largest city was the European Capital of Culture in 2005. Cork's buildings date from medieval to modern times and include such landmarks as the medieval Red Abbey to the city's most famous, the church tower of Shandon. St. Patrick St., the main pedestrian shopping area, is curved because it was originally the channel of the River Lee.