Weekend Curators: Jo Linehan's Sustainable Cork

A Luxurious Low-Impact Weekend Stay Curated by Jo Linehan



Jo Linehan is a proud Cork woman, living in Dublin. Jo is the editor of the CLIMATE supplement with The Sunday Times Ireland and the founder of sustainable retail brand, GAFF Shop.

Jo Says: My passion for sustainability is deeply rooted in my upbringing in Cork. As a walkable city, bountiful with local food producers, craftspeople and brimming with biodiversity and history, to simply be in Cork is to reconnect with nature and ourselves. I've developed this offer to give you the chance to experience my ideal, low-impact weekend stay in Cork. Enjoy 2 nights of luxury with tickets to some of my favourite tours and attractions. 

Weekend Curators: Jo Linehan's Sustainable Cork Offer Includes:

  • 2 nights' weekend accommodation for 2 adults sharing in a luxuriously appointed bedroom
  • A la carte breakfast each morning
  • 3-course dinner for 2 people on one evening in The Grill Room
  • Exclusive early-access private tour of Nano Nagle Place - before it opens to the public
  • Tickets to Blackrock Castle Observatory - including special donation on your behalf to Dark Skies Ireland who work to protect nocturnal biodiversity

Read more about Jo’s curated weekend in Cork here

Terms & Conditions

  • Subject to availability
  • Offer available Friday & Saturday, or Saturday & Sunday nights only
  • Cash or credit alternative not available for food or drinks included
  • Rate is inclusive of VAT 
  • Cancel without charge up to 4pm 48h before arrival           
  • Price based on a maximum of 2 adults per room         
  • Prebooking of dinner, tours and tickets must be made at least one week prior to arrival through the reservations team 

About The River Lee

Set on a picturesque bend in the river, just a short walk from Cork city centre, The River Lee hotel occupies a unique position in this charming historic city. Ireland’s ‘second city’ is a lively cultural hub with an opera house, independent art galleries, museums and theatres, vibrant nightlife and a growing craft beer scene and hosts several festivals throughout the year – notably culinary, music and film. Additionally it boasts a thriving foodie scene centred on the famous English Market and is ideally placed for visits to kiss the legendary Blarney Stone, the historic fishing town of Kinsale and the rest of Ireland’s ruggedly beautiful southern coastline.

Key features

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Free WiFi

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Restaurant & Bar

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Fitness Centre

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24h Room Service

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On-Site Car Park

Swimming Pool

Swimming Pool