Located in the centre of Kinsale, The Old Bank House is within touching distance of Kinsale’s many famous bars and restaurants. This magnificent building is a perfect blend of Georgian splendour and modern comfort. Period pieces, original art and a simple touch of class make each visit special. Over the years much has been written about the Old Bank House including being highly acclaimed by Egon Ronay, Jameson, Charles Heidseck, Karen Brown, Fodors, Frommers, Insight Guides, Gourmet Magazine & Georgina Campbell. Most notable is the hotel being voted one of the ‘Top 100 Places to Stay in Ireland’ by Bridgestone Guides every year since 1990. The Old Bank’s reputation for excellent, friendly personal service and meticulous attention to detail will always ensure your visit to Old Bank is a special one.
The beautiful rooms at the Old Town Bank House, are individually and tastefully decorated in keeping with the Georgian building, with most rooms enjoying picturesque views of Kinsale Town. This Georgian building is a perfect blend of comfort, old world charm and character.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Private Bathroom
- Alarm Clock
- Full Irish Breakfast Each Morning
Café @ The Old Bank:
This stylish café is in the perfect central location, in the beautiful Georgian Old Bank Town House Kinsale, Co Cork. The Cafe offers a delicious menu with daily specials, salads, takeaway lunches and coffees with the addition of a boutique bakery serving freshly baked cakes, pastries and homemade breads. Bring a taste of Kinsale Home!
On the Map: Kinsale is located in County Cork on Ireland’s southern coast. From the main N71 road connecting Cork City (to the north) & Skibbereen/ Bantry (to the west), Kinsale is accessible via a variety of country roads.
Located just 16 miles from Cork City in a naturally protected harbour, Kinsale is one of the most picturesque, popular and fashionable towns on the southwest coast. Kinsale is a centre for yachting, sea angling, gourmet eating and golf. Restaurants in Kinsale pride themselves on their high reputation for culinary expertise, and the Good Food Circle has been organizing a Gourmet Festival here every autumn for over 25 years. A charming town, its narrow streets are steeped in history and its harbour is always full of boats. Visit the museum housed in the French Prison or, just outside the town, the star-shaped Charles Fort with its spectacular views, before retiring to one of the town’s many cozy atmospheric pubs.