::Self Catering Cork
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Check out our hotels in Cork. Affectionately known as the real capital of Ireland Cork is the European city of culture for 2005.
The city on the Banks of the Lee was founded by St Finbar in the 7th Century before the Anglo-Norman invasion of 1172.
Waterways cut through the city giving it an almost Venice style feel with its many bridges. One of Irelands most naturally beautiful
urban centres it is vibrant, young, cosmopolitan and energetic while still maintaining an air of history and independence.
Some of the best sites to visit in Cork city include St. Finnbarr's Cathedral on the site of a monastic school dating back to 650AD,
the English market off Grand Parade, the main thoroughfare, and of course the popular Beamish and Crawford Brewery.
The annual Cork Jazz festival is also a sight to behold. 40,000 visitors from every corner of the globe converge Cork City each October
Bank Holiday Weekend to hear over 1,000 musicians from 25 countries perform in concerts, clubs and pubs around the city.
Cork city is also a very useful hub for excursions to the beautiful surrounding countryside. A visit to the little towns and villages
of West Cork are a must on any trip to Ireland. The towns of Skibbereen and Schull in particular provide a visitor to the area with
breathtaking views and unforgettable local characters.
The county of Cork is in itself a microcosm of Ireland today. Some parts are modernising while most of the county holds on to that
beautiful rural sense of community. A trip to Ireland would not be complete without a visit to this wonderful area.
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