Perrott Avenue, College Roa T12 HT97 Cork − Ireland
Since Hayfield Manor Hotel's opening in 1996, Hayfield Manor 5 Star Hotel in Cork City has been recognised for providing a high quality product and exceptional service. This is reflected in the various awards with which Hayfield Manor has been honoured. 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. As a family owned and managed hotel, the personal yet professional service that is delivered has become synonomous with Hayfield Manor, and ensures guests enjoy their stay with us in Cork city.
An Experience Beyond the Best. At the 5 Star Hayfield Manor Hotel Cork, our family owned, boutique luxury hotel, a visit is an experience in itself and is among the top hotels in Ireland. Winner of the Conde Nast Traveler 2012 Reader's Choice Awards, our hotel is discreetly nestled within beautiful walled gardens, a tranquil oasis in the vibrant city of Cork South West Ireland. Hayfield Manor features in The Blue Book collection as one of the top hotels to visit in Ireland. Whether your stay is for leisure or business, it is our pleasure to attend to every detail for you.
Guests can unwind in Hayfield Manor’s signature restaurant Orchids, overlooking the beautiful private gardens it creates the perfect atmosphere to dine one of the best fine dining restaurants in Cork.Guest will be utterly pampered with a choice of elegant bedrooms, the hotel also caters for junior guests making it one of the best family hotels in Cork. From weddings, events, meetings & conferences to midweek & weekend Cork city breaks with leisure facilities; minutes from Cork city centre and directly beside UCC, see why we remain Cork City's Premier 5 Star Hotel.
With luxury at the centre of all that we do, we look forward to welcoming you.
As a member property of two unique hotel collections, Small Luxury Hotels of the World and Ireland's Blue Book, we have gained international recognition for the special place that we are. We have been rewarded for our efforts over the years with a number of prestigious awards and we strive to continue to be at the forefront of the Irish and international hospitality industry. We work with fellow travel professionals from exclusive networks such as Virtuoso, Signature Travel Network and Celebrated Experiences to ensure that the guest's experience in Ireland is one of seamless luxury from beginning to end.
Although Hayfield Manor has only been part of the hospitality industry with the past 20 years, the five star hotel located in Cork city is steeped in history with its story dating back to the early 1800’s. It all began many years ago when Richard Perrott married Hannah Mary Barnes in 1815. Richard and Hannah lived at Hayfield Manor, and they had thirteen children between 1816 and 1843. Richard Perrott went on to become the sole owner of the Hive Iron Works in Cork, one of the most important of its time, in place of his Father-in-law.
The estate which lies in the heart of Cork City, located beside University College Cork, was subsequently owned by the Musgrave family, the famous Cork merchants. The Musgrave family company is a wholesaler that supplies groceries to a network of franchisees who take over the running of its retail brands. These retail brands range from Supervalu and Centra in Ireland, Budgens and Londis in the UK and Dialprix in Spain. The history of the Musgraves dates back to 1876, when brothers Thomas and Stuart Musgrave set up a trading company in Cork. Over the years, they have been involved in many sectors, including tea, sweets, and hotels, before finally settling on running cash-and-carry’s and supplying the grocery trade.
Hayfield house fell into a state of disrepair until the Scally Family took it over and rebuilt the hotel to five star standard in 1995. The hotel opened its doors to the public and began welcoming guests in 1996 and to this day remains Cork city’s premier five star hotel. The hotel’s popular casual dining restaurant, Perrott’s Garden Bistro, is named in honour of Richard Perrott. The Scally Family have also honoured tradition of the property by maintaining and developing Hayfield Manor with all the ambience and charm of the traditional manor house.
A drawing of the original house can be seen in the hotel today and it clearly shows that the Scally Family paid close attention to the original design when rebuilding the house to five star standard. The main staircase by reception is a replica of the original staircase of the old house. The hotel does still hold some remaining pieces from the old manor house such as the fireplace in the lobby which is the original fireplace from the house and also some floor tiles which are located in the Lobby area. The grounds and trees are over 150 years old. The beautiful Weeping Willow by the main entrance even has a preservation order on it. The walled gardens to the back of the hotel are based on Muckross Gardens in Killarney.
Indulge in an Award Winning Afternoon Tea at Hayfield Manor Hotel. Relax in Orchids Restaurant to the subtle tones of a classical piano and soak up the Manor atmosphere as you enjoy a delicious assortment of pastries and cakes freshly prepared in our Patisserie. You are free to choose your favourite tea blend.
Hayfield Manor's Afternoon Tea features the following:
Gluten Free Afternoon Tea
We are now delighted to introduce our gluten free afternoon tea menu, suitable for gluten free diets and guests with coeliac disease and wheat intolerance.Enjoy a sumptuous selection of freshly made gluten free sandwiches, gluten free cakes and gluten free pastries.
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Located on the cusp of the city centre, all the attractions of the city are a mere 15 minutes approximately stroll from Hayfield Manor, including St. Patricks Street and the heart of the shopping district. Cork is easily reached via rail, road and air. Cork International Airport is approximately 7km from the hotel and has a taxi rank at the exit. Kent Train Station is situated at the outskirts of the city centre, approximately 3km from Hayfield Manor and there is a taxi rank in the station.