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Maryborough Hotel & Spa
Maryborough Hill
Douglas
Cork

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Maryborough Hotel & Spa is a deluxe 4 star hotel set in 300 year- old gardens. We offer 94 elegant rooms and suites, 11 conference rooms, private dining, the Maryborough Club and the ESPA Spa.

The Maryborough Hotel & Spa is a unique experience, a charming Old World mansion with creatively designed extension at the centre of 18 acres of natural parkland. In essence, this combination of ancient and modern is an enduring favourite of many since 1997. Cork's busy international airport is only 10 minutes away, the Jack Lynch Tunnel 4 minutes, and the new look and revamped city centre - European Capital of Culture 2005 - with all its amenities and attractions is only a 10-minute drive. Verandas and balconies all maximise the attractions of the surrounding 300 year-old gardens. Instead of shutting out the outside world, we have brought it into the dining areas and even into the bedrooms. Many of these rooms provide an idyllic hideaway, and afford exquisite and inspirational views of the garden.

The hotel has received the Optimus Award for Business Excellence for its 9 meeting and conference suites and its first-class business service. Internet access and ample on-site car parking are complimentary.

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