Perfect for walking to the Castle and Woolen Mills store. Clean rooms, staff is friendly. No elevator but staff helped us carry our bags. I wouldn't stay in this area if you are looking for night life. We are in our mid 20s and didn't really find anywhere to go. The Bar in the hotel is nice but generally an older crowd. however, if your purpose is the castle then this place is a must! Safe and secure parking was a bonus!
Great food, friendly staff and good location. If you are looking for a nice hotel then this fits the bill.
Lovely breakfast and great food in the bar. Did not use spa facilities as on business trip with limited time but would definitely try if I had to return next time.
Traveller from London
The Oriel House Hotel Leisure Club and Spa is Cork's newest and brightest jewel. When you visit the Oriel, you enter a world …More
A great location in a small village an easy walk to Blarney Castle and other attractions. Several restaurants near-by but a very nice pub and restaurant downstairs has all that you need. Good Irish breakfast in the morning. A short 10 minute drive into Cork.
5 minute walk to Blarney Castle. Very nice vintage-like hotel with ships and restaurants next to it. Rose was lovely to check-in with and was super friendly. The rooms were clean and nice, however the beds were not all that comfortable. Overall, good value for you money and good stay.
Traveller from Toronto, Ontario
Formerly a woollen mill, built from stone in 1824 in Blarney village, 200 metres from the famous Castle and Blarney Stone …More
Situated in southern Ireland, just 8 km from Cork, Blarney boasts the beautiful medieval Blarney Castle and the world-famous Blarney Stone. Legend has it that anyone who kisses the stone receives the “gift of gab.”