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I stayed here for a long weekend. It's an old house, run down and a little shabby, but clean rooms and beds. The breakfast is great and the staff are friendly. The downside were the windows in the bedroom. There was a terrible draft from...More
I stayed 2 nights over the Jazz weekend, and my first night I was upstairs. The paint on the walls was chipped, the showerhead sprayed up to the ceiling as well as down, and as a result there is mould over the shower and the...More
Just looking at reviews on this guesthouse which unfortunately I had to stay there last year.one thing I'm amazed by is that this place is still operating as a guesthouse. The house next door is boarded up just like this place should be. How it...More
Stayed here for one night on our way from Dublin to Killarney. Was perfect for a short stay and reasonably priced. If you're looking for 5 stars and luxury, perhaps keep looking. But if you're doing this on a budget and intend to be out...More
Just returned from a long weekend staying at the Redclyffe. The hosts were very welcoming and friendly, and the breakfast was tasty.
The rooms probably could do with some modernisation, however they were clean and comfortable, so the dated decor did not affect us at...More
USD 94 - USD 116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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G'day, not sure where the Marquee is exactly, however there is a bus stop right out the front of the Redclyffe and there are regular buses into the centre of Cork for only two euro's (June 2015). The stroll into town is not... More
G'day, not sure where the Marquee is exactly, however there is a bus stop right out the front of the Redclyffe and there are regular buses into the centre of Cork for only two euro's (June 2015). The stroll into town is not arduous and will take the average person 10-15 minutes and is a nice way to walk off the full irish brekky in the mornings. There are some nice walks in the immediate vicinity to the Redclyffe as well to the front is the University grounds and to the rear some walks along the River Lee. Hope this helps you.
G'day, I can recommend "Reidy's Vault Bar" located only 5 minute stroll to Redclyffe Guest House. It is the same road heading towards town on the left hand side and has a large olde style Red Double Door. It has lovely decor... More
G'day, I can recommend "Reidy's Vault Bar" located only 5 minute stroll to Redclyffe Guest House. It is the same road heading towards town on the left hand side and has a large olde style Red Double Door. It has lovely decor and whilst I only had the soup with brown bread and butter, it was wholesome and tasty. The manager is a friendly fella and could not do enough for his customers. I did enjoy my solo 6 nights at the Redclyffe with Mick and Maura and would be happy to recommend them for a good priced, comfortable place to stay. Their full irish brekky is a must and I found them to be friendly and helpful. I would definitely stay there again. There is a bus stop right outside the guest house. Two euro's into town or a pleasant stroll no more than 10-15 depending on your pace.