Discounted rates are available for some of the B&Bs and hotels listed below.
Jurys Cork Hotel is the closest hotel to campus, and has everything you'd expect of a four-star hotel (leisure centre, complimentary broadband). The UCC rate is 119 euro per night for a single room, 129 for a twin/double/family and 139 for a triple. For these rates, please use this booking form (return it direct to Jurys Cork by fax or email; numbers and addresses supplied). I note, however, that the 30 day non-refundable advance purchase rate is currently 20 euro less than the official conference rate.
Lancaster Lodge is a B&B. It's slightly further away from campus than Jurys Cork (about 5 mins further walk), but much cheaper. Two rooms are fully accessible. It's walking distance from campus, and is a bit closer to town than Jury's. It's also close to Cafe Paradiso, one of the best restaurants in Ireland. The conference rates here are 85 euro for single occupancy in a deluxe double room, and 115 euro for double occupancy in a double or twin deluxe room. Rates include breakfast. To get the conference rate, please mention UCC Dept of Music when booking. You can reserve online.
Crawford House is another B&B not far from UCC. It's a small establishment with only 12 rooms. The discounted single occupancy rate for 2007 is in the region of 70-75 euro; please quote UCC Department of Music when booking to avail of these rates. N.B. Due to the small size of this establishment, I have not made any block reservations.
Garnish House B&B is opposite the pedestrian gates to UCC. It is very reasonably priced and comes highly recommended by recent visitors to the UCC Department of Music. With 30-odd items on the breakfast menu, you should find something to suit your tastes.
According to their website, Cafe Paradiso also has three rooms available for overnight stay above the restaurant.
More suggestions available from UCC Conference Office. FYI, UCC main campus is on Western Road, but it is a long road. See the map.
Last updated 18 April 2007. Page maintained by Melanie L. Marshall with help from Han-earl Park. The views expressed here are my own, and not those of University College Cork.