Kinsale Hotel and Spa
Set in 90 acres of mature wooded parkland and offering panoramic views over Oysterhaven Bay, this luxury hotel in Kinsale is situated in the perfect location near Cork City, in a peaceful and tranquil setting.
The Kinsale Hotel & Spa boasts a selection of contemporary accommodation on the dramatic setting of Kinsale's rugged coastline.
Located less than 25 minutes from Cork Airport and just a short 5 minute drive from the historic, harbour town of Kinsale, this hotel provides a tranquil haven on the coast.
With their Rockpool Bar & Restaurant, 70 bedrooms and thier luxury spa, the Kinsale hotel is the perfect location for your next short break or activity holiday.
A selection of event suites also make this hotel ideal for conference and wedding events for up to 240 guests.
At the newly refurbished Rockpool Bar & Restaurant at Kinsale Hotel & Spa, guests will enjoy panoramic views of Oysterhaven Bay while dining in their modern and bright elegantly decorated restaurant.
Relax while you enjoy the delicious food prepared by skilled chefs using the finest Irish locally sourced produce, accompanied by a glass of wine from the extensive wine list.
Kinsale Hotel & Spa is the first hotel or last hotel on the Wild Atlantic Way route. It lies at the foot or tip (depending on where you begin!) of the Wild Atlantic Way experience.
Begin or end your adventure on the Wild Atlantic Way with a luxurious stay at Kinsale Hotel & Spa. This extraordinary route is Ireland's first long distance touring route, stretching 2,500 kilometers along the Atlantic Coast from Donegal to West Cork.
The Wild Atlantic Way route is designed to provide visitors with an unforgettable experience. This route is set to open up a huge number of towns and attractions to visitors and showcase scenery and unique features of the West Coast of Ireland as well as providing easy access to a range of interesting experiences along the route.
This Wild Atlantic Way route is fully signposted and stretches from Donegal to Cork in the south through Connemara, The Burren, Galway Bay and Kerry. The Wild Atlantic Way route is the longest defined coastal drive in the world. However driving this long distance may not be for everyone, if this is the case, visitors can take a boat for part of the journey.