Corbett Court Kilworth is situated mid way between Mitchelstown and Cork on the old Cork to Dublin Road R639. Eircode P61 N129, 2 minutes from Junctions 13 and 14 on the M8.
Corbett Court Kilworth has been offering quality food and service to both the passing motorist and local customer for 10 years. Our menu is extensive and whether you require a sandwich or a feast we have something to offer you 7 days a week from 9am to 10pm.
As a member of the feile bia scheme all of our meat is guaranteed Irish. We are proud to use quality local produce, freshly prepared daily by our team of quality chefs.
The main building dates back to the late 1800s and has been used as an army barracks, a bottling plant, nightclub and disco, it has been a major landmark for many years to anyone travelling on the Cork to Dublin road.
Previously known as the Blue Dragon the venue has hosted many weddings and functions over the years.
Corbett Court Kilworth can offer a private function room for up to 50 people an ideal space for christenings, birthdays, or any occasion.
Please contact us to discuss any specific requirements you may have.
Corbett Court Kilworth has FREE wireless internet available throughout the restaurant and accommodation.
Declan and Anna Corbett who have been associated with the restaurant and hotel trade for many years in their native Galway they took over in 1996 and after a major refurbishment the premises re-opened as The Corbett Court.
Well known for their Irish Coffee making skills, Anna was Munster champion and Declan is a former world champion, so why not pop in for a bite to eat and a world beating Irish Coffee.
Tel (025) 27272
Close to Kilworth Arts Centre where you will find an excellent and diverse range of entertainment from opera to bluegrass, local and national theatre, traditional Irish music and other music from around the world, you will be surprised at who you might find performing. We are happy to organise tickets for you for any event.
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