Seasoned travelers know the importance of staying in the right neighborhood. So, if you're planning a vacation to Cork, consider staying in Douglas, which you'll find 3 miles (5 kilometers) to the southeast of the city's downtown.
Cork is known for its renowned visitor attractions, such as the Blarney Stone and Blarney Castle. That said, it's worth looking into the Charles Fort, another noteworthy Cork attraction.
Douglas has a range of hotels and other accommodation options, but you and your travel companions might like to stay within the same neighborhood of both the Douglas Golf Club and the Frankfield Golf Club. Choose the The Maryborough Hotel and Spa and Rochestown Park Hotel to stay a short walk from the Douglas Golf Club, or select from the Hayfield Manor and The River Lee Hotel to be in closer proximity to the Frankfield Golf Club.
If you're researching a vacation in Douglas, think about staying in Kinsale, approximately 12 miles (19 kilometers) away. Our Kinsale hotels guide has a nice selection of places to rest your head.
A wise person once said travel is really living so visit Travelocity's web page and find a Douglas accommodation option.