Middle Glanmire Road Cork, CK T23 E9DX • From $170 Per Day
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  • One & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Off Street Parking
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Indoor Pool

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About this property

Built within the former 18th Century residence of a Merchant Prince, The Montenotte is a ‘Garden of Eden’ in the heart of Cork, nestled in stunning surroundings with unrivalled views of Cork city and harbour.

The Montenotte Hotel is a vibrant, family-owned, design-led, destination hotel in Cork with a playful and eclectic vibe that offers guests an experience like no other….

There are so many unique experiences to be had including enjoying a stroll in our splendid Victorian Gardens, taking in unrivalled views of Cork City and harbour or savouring a delicious meal in the Panorama Bistro while you can also opt for outdoor dining and drinks on our heated botanical Panorama Terrace. As we constantly evolve creating memorable experiences for our guests, we have recently opened a panoramic rooftop bar ‘The Glasshouse’, the perfect location for pre or post dinner drinks.


Weekly Housekeeing
Free WiFi
In-house Cinema Club
24 hour Reception
Access to Health Club

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Ireland's second largest city ranks first in every important aspect– at least according to the locals, who cheerfully defend it as the 'true capital of Ireland'. It's a liberal, youthful and lively city that was badly hit by economic recession but is now focusing its energy on reinventing itself with renovated streets, revitalised waterfront, and an artisan cafe at every corner, or so it seems. There's a burgeoning hipster scene, but most of the city is still contentedly traditional – cozy pubs with live-music, restaurants serving up top-quality local produce, and a genuinely proud welcome from local residents.

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