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Luxury Suites Cork, Ireland

The Historic Collection Suites

750 sq ft

For your utmost comfort and luxury, opt for a Grand Suite for the duration of your stay at Hayfield Manor

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The Historic Collection Suites
Opened to guests in 1996, Hayfield Manor and its surrounds have a rich and storied history that extends back over hundreds of years. The estate, in the heart of Cork city, was originally owned by the Musgrave family, the famous Cork merchants. The current owners, the Scally Family, purchased the estate from the Musgrave family and established Cork's first 5 star hotel.

The Shandon Suite
The Shandon Suite

Named after Cork cities old fort (sean dún), Shandon lies north of the River Lee and is the northernmost point of the medieval city. Shandon was one of a number of settlements in and around ancient Cork, with a medieval church dedicated to St. Mary built close to the site of the fort. One of the most iconic sights on the Cork skyline, the steeple at St. Anne’s Church in Shandon is famously known for the golden fish that sits on top. ‘Goldie the Fish’ is based on an ancient Christian symbol, and is also an ancient symbol of Cork city itself. 

The Shandon Bells are always a popular tourist destination for guests to Hayfield Manor, with visitors able to ring the iconic bells for themselves and the observation deck offering incredible views of Cork city.

The Ford Suite
The Ford Suite

Named in honour of Henry Ford and the Ford family. The Ford families connection with Cork dates back over 300 years and continued throughout the 20th century, with Henry Ford opening his Cork factory on the 17th April 1917. This was the first factory Ford had purposely built outside of America anywhere in the world. Henry Ford settled on Cork as the place for his first factory abroad as it was in Ballinascarty, County Cork where the Ford family emigrated from in 1832 after living in Cork for over 300 years. The Ford facilities in Cork employed over 7,000 workers at their peak, making them by far the largest employer in Ireland. The Ford brand and family continue their legacy in Ireland to this day, with regular collector and vintage events taking place in Cork and beyond.

The Merchant Suite
The Merchant Suite

The second largest natural harbour in the world, Cork has a fascinating maritime and export history, with its importance to the city signified by the merchant ship that adorns the City crest. Throughout the centuries Cork was seen as a vital trading port, with the quays regularly lined with merchant and cargo ships from all over the world. Some of Cork’s most notable exports included oats, wheat, beef, and most famously butter, with the development of the Cork Butter Exchange in the 1700’s, which became the largest butter market in the world. 

Special Features

In addition to the standard amenities at Hayfield, Grand Suites Feature:

  • Luxurious Separate Private Sitting Room
  • Large Master Bedroom with dressing area
  • Splendid Bathrooms with separate Showers & Baths
  • 43" Smart TV with 30 channels
  • Enhanced Elemis Spa Product Bathroom Amenities
  • The lounge is furnished with Nespresso Coffee Machine & Tea Making Facilities
  • Most Grand Suites have views across the manor gardens
  • Complimentary reserved parking space at the front of the hotel (please reserve parking space in advance of arrival)

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