La Cita B&B is a 4 star property just 2 kilometres from Cork City and 2 kms from Blarney Castle & the magical Blarney Stone. Blarney’s famous Woollen Mills and the great pubs and restaurants of Blarney Village are merely down the road. La Cita has a regular bus route outside its door to Cork and Blarney that runs every 30 minutes. La Cita’s rooms are all equipped with power showers, tea & coffee hospitality tray and complimentary WiFi. Siobhan and Paul are your hosts at la Cita, and, along with their three young children, Orlaith, Ruairi & Aoife, they look forward to welcoming you into their home with open arms. They also have their very own unique tour guide on hand – Siobhan’s Dad, Liam O Laoire – who is a great local historian and author.
La Cita luxury B&B is the ideal choice of accommodation for visitors to Cork and Blarney. Double and twin rooms are available as well as extra large family rooms that can sleep up to 4 adults.
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Your hosts at La Cita provide a sumptuous Full Irish Breakfast each morning.
A ‘Full Irish Breakfast’ typically consists of bacon (rashers!), sausages, black & white pudding, eggs, toast, tea or coffee.
A selection of cereals, fruit & juices are also available to those who may not wish to start their day with too much salty meat!
On the Map: Blarney is located in County Cork in the south of Ireland. The village is a mere 20 minutes/ 11km northwest of Cork City. It is accessed via the R617, which intersects with the main N20 (Limerick City to Cork City) road just north of Cork City.
Blarney is a charming village, most renowned for its famous castle and stone. The impressive Blarney Castle, perched on solid limestone, dates from 1446 and is situated on magnificent grounds. The castle was constructed by one of Ireland’s greatest chieftains, Cormac MacCarthy, and has been attracting attention beyond Munster ever since.To acquire ‘The Gift of Gab’ one must kiss the Blarney Stone – located just beneath the battlements at the very top of Blarney Castle. This involves bending over backwards at quite a height – perhaps not to be attempted by the faint-hearted! Rumor has it that if you kiss the legendary ‘Stone of Eloquence’, you’ll never again be lost for words!