Venue of the Week: Hayfield Manor

C&IT's 2019 A-Listers experienced a luxury stay at the five star Hayfield Manor in Cork.

Established in 1995 by Joe & Margaret Scally in a walled two acre estate in Cork City, the hotel continues to be privately owned and managed by the Scally Family and team. The care and attention that goes into this family run business is clear from the get go. The staff went above and beyond to make sure our A-Listers experienced a real celebration of their achievements. 

Rooms

There are 88 bedrooms in the boutique hotel, including the Master Suite, Grand Suites, Deluxe, Superior and Manor Rooms. The Manor Rooms offer king-sized beds and 300 square feet of space. But if it's space you are looking for, the Master Suite boasts a huge 1200 square feet with a welcome hall, a drawing room and two separate ‘his and hers’ bathrooms.

Each room is individually styled with antique furnishings to retain the feel of a manor house.

There is also a spa on site, containing seven treatment rooms, an indoor heated pool with poolside lounge, an outdoor jacuzzi, a sauna and steam room. 


Meetings space
 
Hayfield Manor would be suited to VIP meetings and special events. All their meeting and conference rooms are equipped with built-in audio visual equipment with wireless touch screen controls. And they are all flooded with natural daylight. 

The Kane Kirby Room can cater for up to 110 people and the Bole Suite features a purpose-built deluxe boardroom table and luxurious furnishing. For more informal meetings the hotel encompasses a host of appropriate options including The Drawing Room, Executive Suites, and The Library - where the A-Listers had breakfast. 


Location
 
Hayfield Manor is a 15 minute drive from Cork airport and within walking distance to many of Cork's city attractions such as the English market, St Patrick's Street and Cork University UCC. It’s also the perfect location for trips outside the city to locations such as the picturesque sailing town of Kinsale or Fota Wildlife Park. 

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