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The average price for a weekly Cork holiday rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is €1,510.
The average price for a monthly Cork holiday rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is €6,473.
There are loads of different property types that you can make your holiday home in Cork. You’ll find apartments, houses, cottages, lodges, chalets, homestays, villas and bungalows.
There are many types of properties available for Cork holiday rentals. If you’re looking for something special, holiday rentals most loved by KAYAK users are Troy Self Catering Village University of Limerick and Killeena Self Catering Apartments.
If you’re a large group then you’ll need plenty of space. The highest rated holiday home that can sleep 6 people or more by KAYAK users is Apartment 2 Oakleigh House.
There are a number of dog and pet-friendly Cork holiday rentals, with around 5% allowing you to bring your pet along with you.
KAYAK users have found holiday rentals in Cork for as cheap as €113 in the last 3 days. The average price is €216.
In the last 72 hours, users have found Cork holiday rentals for tonight for as low as €97.
Take a look at our holiday rentals map to find the best holiday rental homes near you.
Book your Cork holiday rental early if you are heading to the Cork Jazz Festival, usually held in October. This popular music festival has been held annually for over 40 years and usually has an impressive line-up. Performances are held at different venues throughout the city, so a wise bet is to book accommodation in the city centre, such as the luxurious Imperial Hotel.
North of the city centre, over the River Lee, is the Victorian Quarter, a historic area of Cork with 18th-century buildings and independent boutiques. You can find a number of budget hotels in this area, as well as contemporary design hotels such as The Montenotte Hotel. Enjoy the nightlife on lively MacCurtain Street, where you will find restaurants, bars and pubs.
If you’re on a budget, booking a Cork holiday home with a kitchen is a great way to save money. Self-catering holiday homes usually offer more space than a hotel room and the possibility of preparing your own meals. Hotel Isaacs Cork in the city centre has deluxe serviced apartments with a full kitchen and two or three bedrooms.
The hillside area of Tivoli Estate is a great neighbourhood for a family holiday in Cork. This quiet neighbourhood is close to the Black Rock Castle Observatory, a planetarium located inside a 16th-century castle on the banks of the River Lee. Book a stay at the family-friendly Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, which is a short drive from the planetarium as well as the Atlantic Pond nature reserve where you can have a picnic and see local wildlife.