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Contact Details:

Quality Hotel & Leisure Club, Park Road,
Clonakilty, Co. Cork, Ireland

Tel. +353 (0)23 88 36400
Fax. +353 (0)23 88 35404
Email. info.clonakilty@qualityhotels.ie

Location and Directions

Clonakilty Town

A full map of Clonakilty town is available for download here. 

Traveling by road

Our GPS coordinates for your satellite navigation system are:

51.615930 N

-8.895413 W

Clonakilty is located in West Cork approximately 35 miles south of Cork City. When traveling from Dublin, follow the South Ring Road under the Jack Lynch Tunnel near Cork City and continue by following all signs for West Cork and the N71. When you approach Clonakilty you will come to a small Roundabout, take the 2nd Exit from this and continue on the Skibbereen by Pass Rd and the Hotel is on the left hand side approximately 1 mile ahead. For detailed directions from your own location, please check on the AA route planner .

Traveling by air

Cork airport is the nearest airport and is approx. 35 minutes drive from Clonakilty with flights landing from the UK and mainland Europe. Car rental is also easily arranged through car rental desks located in the airport. For further information, please visit the Cork Airport website .

Traveling by sea

This is ideal for those who wish to use their own car; there is a choice of 3 ports of arrival. The closest port of arrival is Ringaskiddy which is just outside Cork City. Ringaskiddy serves Swansea in Wales and Le Havre, Cherbourg, Roscoff and St. Malo in France. Next Rosslare which is located in the south-east corner of Ireland is suitable for those who prefer a shorter sea journey. From here Fishguard in Wales is just 90 minutes away by Sea Lynx. Standard Ferries and serve Fishguard and Pembroke in Wales, and Cherbourg and Roscoff in France. Finally Dun Laoghaire just outside Dublin links with Holyhead in North Wales for visitors coming from the Midlands and Northern England.

Traveling by rail

If you have arrived in Ireland by air or sea at Dublin / Dun Laoghaire or by sea at Rosslare, a comfortable way to travel onward to Cork or is by train. Kent station in Cork is less than 5 minutes walk from the city center. For detailed rail options from your own location, please check the Irish Rail website .

Traveling by bus

Traveling by bus is a cheap way to get around Ireland and a great way to meet people. These give unlimited travel on all Scheduled services - excluding Day Tours. You can get your ticket to Clonakilty from any bus station. For detailed coach options from your own location, please check the Bus Eireann website .