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Vienna Woods
Glanmire
Cork
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This unique country house hotel is nestled within 20 acres of private grounds, surrounded by the rich woodland of the Glanmire Valley. Dating from the 18th century, this hotel provides rural respite on the outskirts of Cork city. The charming country setting is matched with sophisticated facilities. This area offers many picturesque walking routes, with a variety of golf courses and fishing opportunities near by. Enjoy a warm and friendly atmosphere, fine food and superb natural surroundings from the Vienna Woods hotel.

The hotel's position, less than a mile from the Jack Lynch Tunnel and Cork's ring road, is ideal for holding conferences and events. Stationery, specialist equipment and refreshments from nibbles to private dining and banquets are all provided. 6 conference rooms cater for 2 to 300 delegates.

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