Glengarriff Park Hotel is located in the heart of the lovely West Cork village of Glengarriff, at the entrance to the Blue Pool Park and Garnish Island. This family run hotel offers luxurious guest rooms, top quality dining in Park Bistro & the welcoming MacCarthy’s Bar, and the ideal base for exploring the attractions & activities of this unique region along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.
All guestrooms at the Glengarriff Park Hotel are spacious, clean, and furnished with guests’ comfort in mind.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- Coffee/tea maker
- Connecting/adjoining rooms available
- Satellite TV service
- Room service
The Park Bistro:
The Park Bistro is one of the finest Glengarriff restaurants and features a classic combination of gorgeous décor complimented by exceptional individually crafted dishes using only the finest local produce.
Mac Carthy’s Bar
Mac Carthy’s Bar is open daily with a selection of teas, coffees, freshly baked scones and Bar Food served all day, with a special roast of the day served with buttered vegetables and creamed potatoes – a favorite of visitors and local alike. If you come on a weekend, you’re likely to find live music and a upbeat crowd!
On the Map: Skibbereen is located in County Cork, in the southwest of Ireland. The town is accessed via the scenic N71 road that connects the cities of Cork (to the northeast) & Kenmare, County Kerry (to the northwest).
This thriving town is the ‘capital’ of West Cork, and centre for all the agricultural, industrial and tourist activities of the region. Its streets are full of life and character and it is an ideal base from which to discover the delights of West Cork. You could easily spend days or weeks exploring West Cork, wandering up and down its lovely quiet roads. Although popular, it is never crowded like Kerry, and there are always delightful places to discover. Around each western headland, the unsuspecting visitor will discover coastlines dominated by scenic harbors and colorful fishing villages such as Glandore, Baltimore and Schull, secluded beaches and dozens of sparsely populated islands such as Sherkin and Cape Clear. These islands, which were once populated with Gaelic speaking colonies, now offer the visitor endless hours of exploring an old-world traditional Ireland.