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Calling all couples seeking a romantic getaway—Midleton beckons with its idyllic setting and enchanting ambiance. Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerse yourselves in the beauty of this charming town. Explore the quaint streets hand in hand, indulge in intimate dining experiences at local restaurants, and visit the renowned Midleton Distillery for a whiskey tasting experience. And when it's time to relax, our hotel's prime location in the heart of town ensures that you can retreat to comfort and luxury after your romantic adventures in Midleton.


The Midleton Distillery Experience (Distance: 1.5 kilometres - 5 mins)

Immerse yourself in the world of Irish whiskey at The Jameson Experience. Take a guided tour of the distillery, learn about the whiskey-making process, and sample some of their finest creations. Discover the rich history and traditions behind this iconic Irish brand. The Jameson Experience tour includes a fully guided tour of the original Distillery, a comparative whiskey tasting and a complimentary Jameson signature drink. Highlights along the way include a visit to the largest copper pot still in the world, a tour of the Micro-Distillery and a stroll through a live maturation warehouse. Tours take place daily at 11am, 1pm, 2.30pm and 4.15pm. Duration 1 hour, 15 minutes.

Check out our Jameson Experience Package which includes B&B, Dinner & Tickets to Jameson Distillery Experience Tour for 2 people.


Ballymaloe Cookery School & Garden (Distance: 7 kilometres):

Situated approximately 7 kilometres from the Midleton Park Hotel, Ballymaloe Cookery School is a renowned institution for culinary enthusiasts. Join cooking classes taught by expert chefs, explore the beautiful organic gardens, and savor delicious meals made from locally sourced ingredients.

Adjacent to the cookery school, Ballymaloe Gardens and Farm offers a serene setting to relax and enjoy nature. Take a leisurely walk through the stunning gardens, filled with vibrant flowers and lush greenery. Explore the farm, interact with farm animals, and embrace the tranquillity of the countryside.


Fota House & Gardens (Distance: 10 kilometres – 15 minutes):

Situated within the Fota Wildlife Centre grounds, Fota House & Gardens offers a glimpse into the elegant past of an Irish Georgian mansion. Explore the exquisite gardens, tour the opulent interiors, and learn about the fascinating history of this architectural gem.


Cobh (Distance: 17 kilometres - 20 minutes):

Cobh awaits with its charm and maritime history; it is also one of the largest natural harbours in the world. Discover the captivating heritage of this picturesque town, which served as the departure point for many Irish emigrants and was the last port of call for the ill-fated Titanic. Visit the Cobh Heritage Centre or the Cathedral, stroll along the waterfront promenade, and immerse yourself in the town's unique atmosphere.


Spike Island Tours (Distance: 17 kilometres - 20 minutes):

Embark on a captivating journey to Spike Island. Join a guided tour of this former prison turned fascinating historical site. Learn about its intriguing past, explore the underground tunnels, and uncover the island's rich heritage. In the last 1300 years Spike Island has been host to a 6th century Monastery, a 24 acre Fortress, the largest convict depot in the world in Victorian times and centuries of island homes. Today the island is dominated by the 200 year old Fort Mitchel, the star shaped Fortress which became a prison holding over 2300 prisoners.  Whether you're interested in history or seeking an immersive adventure, Spike Island is a must-visit destination.


Cliff Walks & Hikes:

Nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts can relish the beauty of the East Cork coastline through cliff walks and hikes. Discover stunning coastal vistas, dramatic cliffs, and rugged landscapes. Whether it's the Ballycotton Cliff Walk, Old Head of Kinsale, or other nearby trails, there are plenty of options to explore. The distances and transportation options will vary depending on the specific trail, but many are accessible by car or public transport with a reasonable travel time.