Cork

Hayfield Manor

An Irish Country Haven

A beautiful rural manor, surrounded by beautiful gardens

Set on two acres of beautiful leafy grounds and nestled within peaceful walled gardens, family-owned Hayfield Manor offers guests all the tranquillity of a country escape while still within strolling distance of the heart of Cork.

There are 88 rooms, including three grand and one master suite, that combine grandeur of life in a manor house with comfort and modern amenities. Each room features antique furnishings and luxurious fabrics, retaining all the charm of an elegant home. Opulent gold trimming and lush textures make the rooms inviting spaces in which to fully relax and feel pampered.

Take a table at Hayfield Manor’s signature fine dining restaurant Orchids, which overlooks the private gardens. Contemporary Irish cuisine is created using the freshest local ingredients. For a slightly more casual dining experience Perrotts Garden Bistro offers a regularly-changing menu inspired by the latest global food trends. Full of sophisticated charm, The Manor Bar, is the perfect spot for morning coffee, afternoon tea and pre-dinner drinks. And The Vine wine cellar is not only stocked with some fabulous bottles, but also offers Irish whisky and wine tastings.

Be sure to set aside time to relax your body and mind at the Beautique Spa where there is a full treatment menu to choose from, as well as private leisure facilities like an indoor pool, outdoor Jacuzzi and sauna.

 

 

Highlights

A delicious signature restaurant

Stunning private gardens

Luxurious wellness area and spa

Traditional afternoon tea

Family-friendly rooms, dining and activities

Glorious, contemporary conservatory

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Places to combine Hayfield Manor with

Dublin

The Shelbourne
Situated south of the river in the heart of Dublin city centre, The Shelbourne thoroughly encapsulates classic Irish charm and elegance. First opened in 1824, this stately hotel has remained a perennial favourite for visitors to the city and enjoys a prime location overlooking St Stephen’s Green. Catching your eye upon arrival are the delicate touches of gold leaf and ornate chandeliers, a visual promise of the luxury found within these walls. The warmth of deep mahogany and pastel green found throughout the hotel evoke Ireland’s quintessential greenery. Yet while these natural hues pay tribute to Ireland’s vast natural offerings, the Shelbourne is far from rustic. The 246 rooms and suites are classic and elegant and designed to emulate a homely yet luxurious hideaway. Balconies overlooking the natural beauty of St. Stephens Green can be found in some of the rooms while deep bath tubs are perfect for slipping into after a day exploring the city. The food enthusiast in you can rejoice over the choice of award-winning restaurants. The Lord Mayor’s Lounge offers a classic high tea experience while the Saddle Room restaurant specialises in hearty steaks and succulent seafood. The hotel’s most recent addition, the 1824 Bar, lures you in with its sophisticated style. Featuring a 19th-century Kilkenny limestone fireplace and oak bookshelves filled with books by famous Irish authors, it is reminiscent of a stately home gallery and library. The hotel’s facilities range from a state-of-the-art fitness centre and indoor heated pool to a full-service day spa. Exclusive to The Shelbourne and cementing the hotel’s bond between past and present, is the unique services of the genealogy butler. This allows you to delve deep into your own history to discover where your true ancestral roots lie.