Ahern Auctioneers
As one of the highest-ranking Auctioneers in East Cork, Ahern Auctioneers has developed a reputation of service and excellence. Going the extra mile is not only about being different; it is just our way of business. Since we first opened in 1998, Ahern Auctioneers has consistently been a leader in the listing and sale of residential real estate in the East Cork area.

As one of the highest-ranking Auctioneers in East Cork, Ahern Auctioneers has developed a reputation of service and excellence. Going the extra mile is not only about being different; it is just our way of business. Since we first opened in 1998, Ahern Auctioneers has consistently been a leader in the listing and sale of residential real estate in the East Cork area.

Having an outstanding, professional team is critical when offering the highest level of personal care that Ahern Auctioneers is committed to providing.

Ahern Auctioneers maintain a reputation of service by personally keeping in close contact with our sellers by keeping them informed of market conditions and much more. Ahern Auctioneers unwavering commitment to excellence in all that they do has resulted in clients for life.

Ahern Auctioneers are PSRA and SCSI registered Auctioneers, Valuers & Property Consultants who specialize in all property market areas including Sales, Lettings and Valuations.

021 463 4022
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Ballymaloe House
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This historic Irish country house is located in beautiful East Cork and is still managed by the Allen family and continues to be celebrated internationally as the home of Irish Country cuisine and warm hospitality since 1964..
Condé Nast Traveller Magazine acknowledged Ballymaloe House on their Gold List, and it was the only Irish venue on this prestigious list of the World’s top 100 hotels in 2015.  The Ballymaloe House restaurant continues to receive International recognition as home to the best modern Irish cuisine.
Set deep in a 300 acre farm, the menus are written daily around the seasonal vegetables grown on the farm just as Mrs Allen always did.  Although times have changed, the essential spirit of Ballymaloe House is rooted in the relationship from the farm to the table which underlies the elegance of Irish Country House cooking.

http://www.ballymaloe.ie/
021 4652 531
Bertelli Menswear
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Bertelli Menswear is an independent men's fashion outlet on Midleton's Main Street, stocking excellent quality casual and smart wear in quality, affordable brands for the cosmopolitan man. Our range covers everything from cufflinks to cords. We stock 6th Sense, Wrangler, Pure, Seidensticker, Benetti, Skopes, Sunwill, Outrage, and many more. We pride ourselves on our customer service, and we will also source items on request. Spring/Summer wear consists of  quality and supreme mercerised cottons and linens etc. Our Winter/Autumn wear is merino wool, lambswool, winter cottons, tweeds etc.

 

(021) 463 4063
Cali
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Every style tells a story...Whats yours? Pop into our store to experience high quality clothing with a range of top brands.

An exclusive women's wear boutique.

(021) 463 1999
Carrig Print Litho Press
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At Carrig Print Litho Press, we take pride in providing you with a professional printing service and superior products. We are a close knit family run company with offices in both Carrigtwohill and Midleton and have been printing in Cork for over thirty years. Our customers range from individuals and small start up businesses, to large national, multinational and government bodies. We believe our best sales people are our satisfied customers, which is a testament to our quality of print services. Our experienced team is always on call, ready to answer any queries you may have and willing to go that extra mile with your print work.

http://www.cprint.ie/
(0)21 488 3458/ 0)21 463 1401
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Castlemartyr Resort
Bringing together a 17th century classic manor house and a luxurious contemporary wing, with gorgeous grounds featuring a tranquil swan lake, a challenging golf course, the dramatic ruins of an 800 year old castle and impeccably restored parterre gardens, Castlemartyr Resort in East Cork is a fascinating blend of the elegant and interesting, the modern and historic.

A fascinating blend of the elegant and interesting

Bringing together a 17th century classic manor house and a luxurious contemporary wing, with gorgeous grounds featuring a tranquil swan lake, a challenging golf course, the dramatic ruins of an 800 year old castle and impeccably restored parterre gardens, Castlemartyr Resort in East Cork is a fascinating blend of the elegant and interesting, the modern and historic.

A 5 star country house hotel in 220 acres of mature, rolling parkland speckled with meandering streams and glistening lakes, the lovely old mansion house at the heart of the resort, with its cut-stone pillars and Georgian windows, is allied to a crisp-angled block housing the magnificent spa and linking to the new wing with its lavish bedrooms.

The clean lines of the new wing fit perfectly with the regular, symmetrical, Georgian lines of the old and, of Castlemartyr’s 103 bedrooms and suites, 11 of them are in the original and impeccably restored manor house and 92 in the sophisticated and contemporary new wing.

Many of the Manor House Suites have sweeping views of the parkland and lakes, and all the bedrooms at Castlemartyr have plenty of space in which to relax, ranging from a generously proportioned 500 sq ft to an enormous 3,000 sq ft.

In warm tones of cream and gold, with rich reds, browns and polished woods, parquet and shining brass, deep-pile rugs and marble bathrooms, throughout Castlemartyr all is comfort, and relaxed, traditional elegance. With occasional pops of contemporary style in the classic spaces and gentle nods to tradition in the modern, there are many interesting artworks and quirky details. Underlying everything else, however, there is a relaxed and warm, genuinely hospitable sense that comes from professional staff who care about what they do. Castlemartyr is close to Midleton, home to one of the country’s finest farmers’ markets, showcasing the huge array of excellent produce grown and raised in the locality. The famous cookery school and its legacy at Ballymaloe is also very close by, so the whole area feels particularly alive to the quality and choice of superb ingredients, and it is reassuring to see the best of the local producers’ names dotted throughout the menus at Castlemartyr. Whether it’s in the Bell Tower Restaurant overlooking the gardens, in the relaxed and elegant Knights Bar, or the contemporary Clubhouse, or indeed at a wedding or conference at Castlemartyr, Chef Kevin Burke, from Bandon in West Cork, produces food which echoes the same relaxed, comfortable, confident feel of the entire hotel, celebrating local provenance, craft and quality, and delivering maximum taste.

Traditional afternoon tea at Castlemartyr is a firm favourite, served daily at 3 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. in one of the lounges or, in fine weather, on the Garden Terrace overlooking the pretty beds of the restored parterre gardens. A stunning country house setting for an elegant wedding, all the elements of Castlemartyr make it a superbly picturesque backdrop to a special day. Accommodating up to 190 guests, the hotel also caters for civil ceremonies, with a range of private rooms perfect for intimate vows or larger celebrations. From bespoke weddings to inclusive packages, Castlemartyr’s wedding coordinators are available to meet prospective brides and grooms from Monday to Saturday or by appointment. Castlemartyr also specialises in luxury pre-wedding pamper packages in the spa to help preparations for the big day and to calm any nerves!

The Spa at Castlemartyr Resort is a spectacular 24,400-square foot wellness, spa and fitness centre where the wrap-around glass frontage surrounding the 20 metre swimming pool and Water Room gives unbeatable views out over the country estate. Whether the rain is beating against the glass while you enjoy a gently heated dip in the depths of winter or the expansive blue sky stretches cloudless over your swim on a glorious summer’s morning, this is a special experience, to be had only at Castlemartyr.

With 10 treatment rooms, jet pool, aromatherapy sauna and steam room, Spa Café, relaxation rooms and vitality lounges, the Spa at Castlemartyr uses the gorgeous ESPA spa products, as well as offering Shellac Nails, Jessana manicures and pedicures, and MAC makeup.

All guests have complimentary use of the 200 square meter gym and fitness studio, equipped with the very latest Technogym fitness equipment, that has stunning views from its setting above the pool, out over the manicured lawns. There is also the option of personal training in the fitness studio with daily programmes of exercise and relaxation classes including aqua exercise, pilates and yoga.

With archery, croquet on the lawn, clay pigeon shooting, or even a game of hurling, there are options of all kinds to get outdoors at Castlemartyr, including taking Earl & Countess (the resident Irish Setters) for a walk in the grounds, or through adjacent Castlemartyr Wood, or playing a round of golf on the resort’s golf course.

The inland links-style golf course and stylish and contemporary pavilion Clubhouse and Pro Shop at Castlemartyr are popular with golfers from home and abroad. A stimulating 18 hole, 6,790 yd, Par 72 golfing challenge from renowned designer Ron Kirby, who also created Irish masterpieces at Dromoland Castle, Old Head Kinsale and Mount Juliet, golf at Castlemartyr Resort is visually pleasing, testing and a pleasure for players of any calibre. The golf course at Castlemartyr Resort is a reduced impact course, pioneering in its use of pest-tolerant, low-maintenance fescue grass and the first in Ireland to employ Perma Pore peat substitute.

Castlemartyr Resort is a family friendly place, where children have their own Kids’ Zone, enjoy their own splash times in the indoor pool, and choose from their own menu in the Bell Tower. For those V.I.Ks (Very Important Kids) there are mini bathrobes and slippers, arrival treats, a selection of DVDs, Wii, cupboards full of games, and the option of fully qualified and registered baby-sitters. As well as Kids’ Club activities daily during holidays, fun-filled days out in Fota Wildlife Park, Leahy’s Open Farm and Blue Flag beaches beckon, all just a short trip beyond Castlemartyr’s gates.

The village of Castlemartyr itself takes its name from the ruined castle on the grounds, built in 1210 by the Knights Templar under the leadership of Richard Earl de Clare, more commonly known as Strongbow. In the centuries that followed, the castle and lands changed hands many times, with Sir Walter Raleigh and Richard Boyle, the first Earl of Cork, among its owners.

Now, hundreds of years later, Castlemartyr Resort is a prestigious and welcoming 5 star treat, where there is great food to be had, walks to be strolled, spa treatments to be indulged in, golf to be played, with swans on the lake, horses in the paddocks and dogs to be walked and all right with the world… pleasure and relaxation, history and modernity, elegance and luxury, all in wonderful East Cork, on the doorstep of the vibrant city of Cork.

 

 

 

http://www.castlemartyrresort.ie
021 421 9000
Compuwhizz

Your personal information technology department. Computer repairs and it solutions available.

http://www.compuwhizz.ie/
086 310 8735
Conor O’Brien Entertainment

 

Wedding and social event band is available as either a 6-piece (Ocean's 6) or an 8-piece band (Ocean's 8). In addition Conor performs a solo set of Swing and Rat Pack classics under the name Conor Ocean.

087 6811093
David Stanton TD

David Stanton TD is an elected parliamentary public representative for the Cork East Constituency and a resident of Midleton. In May 1916 he was appointed Minister of State in the Department of Justice and Equality with special responsibility for Equality, Immigration and Integration. He previously served as Chairperson of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality and dealt with an array of policy and legislative issues in areas such as legal capacity, domestic and sexual violence, prostitution, bankruptcy, firearms, penal reform, new Garda Authority and Human Rights and Equality Commission. 

http://www.stanton.ie
021 463 2867
Different Strokes
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Different Strokes are leading suppliers of curtains, paint and wallpaper in Midleton, Co. Cork and throughout the surrounding area. We have a fantastic showroom and our staff will offer you professional advice for all your decorating needs. We have a creative vision for our clients and we are passionate about helping you to restyle your home.

Different Strokes are leading suppliers of curtains, paint and wallpaper in Midleton, Co. Cork and throughout the surrounding area. We have a fantastic showroom and our staff will offer you professional advice for all your decorating needs. We have a creative vision for our clients and we are passionate about helping you to restyle your home.

We have built a strong client base through our consistent delivery of excellent products as well as an unrivaled service. In business since 1984, we have built our reputation on quality products, expert advice and customised curtains which are made-to-measure. You are guaranteed a one-to-one service for all your decorating needs. We are one of the few shops where you can buy your paint, wallpaper and curtains together with expert advice.

Our attention to detail and our ability to combine a successful decorating package are the real reasons people shop with us.

http://www.differentstrokes.ie/
021-463 1381

Contact Us

Address: c/o Midleton Tourist Office, Distillery Walk, Midleton, Co. Cork. P25 FH10
Tel: (021) 4613 702
Email: info@midletonchamber.com

Chamber Office Opening Hours:
Mon - Fri: 9.30am to 5pm

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