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Hayfield Manor

Perrott Avenue, College Road, Cork
| +353 21 484 5900
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Hayfield Manor  Cork  Ireland
Hayfield Manor  Cork  Ireland
Hayfield Manor  Cork  Ireland
Hayfield Manor  Cork  Ireland
Hayfield Manor  Cork  Ireland
Hayfield Manor  Cork  Ireland
Hayfield Manor  Cork  Ireland
Hayfield Manor  Cork  Ireland
Hayfield Manor  Cork  Ireland
Hayfield Manor  Cork  Ireland
Hayfield Manor  Cork  Ireland
Hayfield Manor  Cork  Ireland

Hayfield Manor

Hidden down a side street beside University College Cork, this Georgian hotel feels like a fancy family home with its vine-swathed, redbrick exterior, wood-paneled library furnished in deep chesterfield sofas, and lots of fire-warmed corners to curl up in when it’s raining. When the weather is fine, it’s a pleasant 10-minute walk to sites like the English Market that lie south of the River Lee; it’s about 30 minutes by foot to the Cork Butter Museum and Shandon Bells Tower on the river’s north side.

While Hayfield Manor is certainly central to the 120,000-person city, it feels almost suburban thanks to two acres of pretty, flower-filled grounds. A bunch of resident rabbits hop between the cedar, beech, and chestnut trees that shade the greenhouse, and there’s a sometimes-sunny terrace for afternoon drinks. The elegant manor clearly has blue-blooded roots: the Musgrave family, who originally owned it, has come to rule the Irish grocery business since they opened their first greengrocer in Cork in 1876.