January 03, 2019

MID-TERM BREAK IN CORK CITY 18TH-22ND FEBRUARY 2019

Mid-term break is just around the corner and that means one thing – seven full days that need to be filled with fun tasks and activities. A little bit of organising and preparation will go a long way to ensure the holidays are enjoyed by all, and that is where we at the award-winning Montenotte Hotel can help. There is plenty to do and see in Cork city so be sure to take advantage of our stunning location during your stay in the beautiful city and county of Cork.

Book your mid-term getaway now with our New Seasonal Offers now valid for dates between January and 28th February 2019. Whatever the weather there is something for everyone to enjoy in the culturally vibrant city of Cork. Midterm is the perfect excuse to spend some quality time with loved ones and a family trip during the mid-term break to Cork wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Fota Wildlife Park. Our package includes a day out for two adults and two children at the famous park, click here. For those possible rainy days, fear not enjoy an afternoon at Blackrock Castle Observatory. From toddlers to teenagers a fun filled visit is guaranteed with interaction, exploration and history for every family member. Or for the history enthusiast of the family, Cork City Gaol is certainly on the bucket list. See one of the finest examples of Ireland’s architectural heritage and gain a fascinating insight into daily prison life in the 19th century.

Or if you have more time to explore our beautiful county, then take a 90 minute drive to the west cork village of Baltimore. Spring is an ideal time of year to go whale watching as minke, fin and humpback whales are feeding in Irish waters. Set sail in a catamaran from Baltimore Harbour for a half-day tour of the leviathan’s feeding grounds, also enjoy a stop-off at Cape Clear to take in the stunning scenery.


Before you tuck the children to sleep in our exquisitely decorated bedrooms, dine in Panorama Bistro & Terrace. Enjoy the culinary delights of our seasonal menus sourced from fresh local Irish ingredients from our award-winning AA rosette kitchen, choose from our extensive cocktail menu on the terrace while you watch the sun go down over the city. After all your day exploring all that Cork has to offer, unwind in the splendour of our in-house cinema, The Cameo, with a complimentary nightly movie. (Over 18’s) To view our film listing, click here

When the children are back to school it is the perfect opportunity to treat yourself to a well-deserved mid-week break. Choose from a overnight break with our Bellevue Spa package, which includes a 50 minute treatment or explore Cork with the perfect city break, click here to see our list of 21 things to do

A mid-term getaway is always essential, choosing the perfect destination is just as important so we at The Montenotte Hotel have your next getaway all wrapped up for you.


To check availability or make a reservation please phone 021 4530050 or click here

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