Easter at Cork Airport Hotel
Cork Airport Hotel is located just 10 minutes from Cork City and is the perfect location to stay for the Easter holidays. There is an abundance of activities available in Cork, all within a 20minute drive from our lobby.
Pizza Making Sessions at The Cork Airport Hotel
Join us this Easter and form tasty creations with the kids. Our Kids Pizza Making Sessions are the perfect way to spend a rainy day in the comfort of our Olivo Bar. This is a fun packed session that intrigues kids into the world of pizza making.
After the kids put on their chef’s hat and gloves they will get to make their own pizza from start to finish, from spreading the sauce to putting on that last piece of pepperoni.
This is the perfect family fun activity, in Cork, to keep the kids entertained.
While the kids make the dinner, the parents can relax in our bar and enjoy a well-deserved glass of vino and taste their children’s creations, yum!
To book our pizza making sessions for our Easter, call us on 021 494 7500.
Visit Fota Wildlife Park
Do animals excite your kids? Stay with us and set off to Fota Wildlife Park on a day of your choice. Fota Wildlife Park is within a 20-minute drive from our hotel.
The Fota Wildlife resort offers an amazing place to discover animals and study how they live. Kids are always fully entertained and amazed by the vast range of animals on site at the park and so a visit while in Cork is simply a must!
Rumley’s Open Farm
Coming from a large city or town? Rumley’s farm gives kids and insight into what being a farmer for a day is really like. Pet the wide range of farm animals they have living in Rumley’s farm this Easter. Rumley’s farm is within a 20-minute drive from our hotel. The countryside feel makes for an exciting day with the kids in Cork.
Cork City Gaol
Cork City Gaol is located 2km from Patrick’s Street in Cork City’s centre and while the magnificent castle-like building is now a major and unique visitor attraction, this Gaol once housed 19th century prisoners! Visitors get a fascinating insight into day-to-day prison life at a time when the high walls ensured no escape and denied law-abiding citizens the opportunity to see one of the finest examples of Ireland’s architectural heritage. Stepping inside visitors are taken back in time to the 19th century. Wandering through the wings of the Gaol, the atmosphere suggests you are accompanied by the shuffling feet of inmates, each representing their particular period in Irish history from pre-famine times to the foundation of the State.