Easter Breaks at Castlemartyr Resort
Easter at Castlemartyr Resort, where we provide numerous activities to keep you entertained throughout your stay. Enjoy our Easter Break with us with special treats along the way for all our Junior Guests and not forgetting delicious Easter treats for chocolate lovers of all ages. You will be spoilt for choice as to where to dine with Canopy, our relaxed and airy restaurant featuring the best of local dishes and ingredients as well as our intimate venue, Terre, ideal for that special lunch or dinner. Afternoon tea is always a firm favourite served in the elegant Manor House and a short stroll outside the gates of the grounds take you to The Hunted Hog, our traditional Irish Pub, where a great atmosphere and hearty meals await.
The Spa is also another fabulous spot to relax and unwind, whether it be a dip in the pool or time out on a day bed taking in the glorious views of the resort’s grounds.
Easter is a lovely time to visit Cork as Spring is in full bloom and longer evenings and warmer weather make adventuring to the many local attractions more attractive – for the details of what to see and do at Castlemartyr Resort and beyond this Easter, just read below.
Fota House, Arboretum and Gardens is always very special at Easter and the annual egg hunt is great fun for young and old. The Easter Bunny will also be making his annual appearance at Leahy’s Open Farm where there are also egg and spoon races for the grown-ups. Ballymaloe, where great modern Irish Cuisine sits amongst the beautiful Cork countryside, is another great family day out. Enjoy the art gallery, café and woodland walks and you might also come across a new litter of baby piglets amongst the pig herd on your visit. Fota Wildlife Park is located on 100 acres and features Asian lions, Indian Rhinos and Sumatran tigers to name but a few. Its renowned for its amazing work in conservation, education and research. If you have a favourite animal, Fota Wildlife Park is where you will be able to see it, in a habitat designed to promote natural activities.