The Maryborough Hotel and Spa

At a glance

  • Airport


    The Maryborough Hotel and Spa is 13 minutes from Cork Airport.

  • Hotel_spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The spa provides a range of leisure facilities and separate male and female spa facilities.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    The hotel itself is an 18th century manor house, surrounded by rural Cork.

  • Restaurant


    Bellini’s Restaurant has an AA Rosette for its classic menu.

  • Child_friendly

    Family Friendly

    The hotel has family rooms available, as well as an on-site pet farm, DVDs, kids’ menus, kids’ pool, and babysitting services.

  • Local_attractions

    Local Activities

    The nearby coastal towns of Kinsale or Cobh are ideal for sailing, angling, boating, or simply watching the world go by.

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The Maryborough Hotel and Spa

The Maryborough Hotel and Spa,
Maryborough Hill, Douglas, Cork, Ireland

Spa & Leisure

The spa and leisure areas at The Maryborough Hotel are a complete haven of fitness and feel-good pampering. The Club, which constitutes the leisure facilities, has a gym, 18-metre pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, and fitness studio, with personal training and fitness assessments available as well.

The spa has separate male and female thermal suites, which include heated loungers, vitality pools, lifestyle showers, and ice fountains. For men there is also a steam bath and rock sauna, and for women there is a laconium and saunarium. Treatments and therapies complete the picture, using ESPA products and combining ancient and contemporary Western and Oriental healing techniques.

Hotel & Accommodation

In the leafy suburbs of Cork, the Maryborough Hotel combines the charm and grandeur of a country house with the contemporary service of a four star hotel. Built in the 18th century there is a variety of accommodation from Single rooms and Family suites, to Spa Guestrooms and the luxurious Spa Rooms with Jacuzzis.

Bellini’s Restaurant has an AA Rosette for its classic and contemporary international menu complemented by wines from the rather unique walk-in wine cellar. Bellini’s Bar is also open throughout the day, with views of the 300 year old, listed gardens, to be enjoyed over afternoon tea, light lunches, and drinks into the evening.