Hotel Isaacs Romantic Room


Love it or hate it, it’s that time of year again! Slowly but surely (or too fast some may argue), the shops are stocking up with all things red and pink, hearts and flowers and everything sickly sweet for the delight (or nightmare) that is Valentine’s Day! Here, at Hotel Isaacs, we have put together a list of our top five romantic things to do in our favourite city of Cork. 
A romantic walk along the North channel of Cork’s lovely Lee and Fitzgerald’s Park
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Couple Christmas Shopping Looking In Window


Have you ever been to Cork City? Christmas is a very special time of the year to visit us, whether it’s your first or 51st time. The city is lit up by thousands of twinkling lights, bustling with excited shoppers and the streets are filled with the sights and sounds of Christmas. We’ve picked a few of our favourite activities in the city this year to make sure you see the highlights of Christmas in Cork on your trip. Glow 2018 This year sees the return of Corks much loved Ch...

Hotel Isaacs Cork stunning Fota House


Ireland is not renowned for its predictable weather. One can never really be certain what the day will bring especially as we head into the colder months of the year. This can make planning a winter day-trip in Ireland somewhat challenging. At this time of year, the best day trips are the ones close to Cork and ones that encompass both an indoor and outdoor element. That's why you need look no further than the hidden gem that is Fota House !

Amenities at Trabolgan Holiday Village in Cork


Oh October! The evenings are closing in! The kids are back in school. Gone are our balmy summer evenings. There is a definite chill in the air. We are surrounded by autumnal lushness. One might be forgiven for feeling at somewhat of a loss as to what to do with ourselves. Well fear not, there is no need to go into complete hibernation zone just yet. Cork city and county still has an abundance of things on offer and our boutique city-centre hotel is the perfect base for all of your upcoming ad...

Ballycotton island Hotel Isaacs Cork


With the sunny weather set to return this weekend, there has never been a better time to get outside and explore the lush and varied surroundings of Cork County.  If you fancy a less obvious adventure, why not take the 40-minute drive out to beautiful Ballycotton in the jewel that is East Cork. For those that don’t drive, the 240 bus offers a service three times daily.  The bus station is a mere 5-minute walk from our city centre boutique hotel. Upon first glance, Ballycotton ...