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Indoor activities for all the family

When developing and expanding our family facilities, the hotel was very much aware that the weather in West Cork, can be unpredicatable, to say the least!.   With that in mind, we have created activities such as the Indoor Playzone and the Teen Zone that are every parents dream and the best bit, while the children enjoy themselves, you get to do the same! 


Clonakilty CrecheThe creche is a fully supervised, safe and secure environment suitable for children aged 1-4 years.  The creche is fully supervised and must be booked 24 hourse in advance to ensure that there is a sufficient staff to child ratio.  

Toddler Area

Creche at the Quality Hotel ClonakiltyThe toddler area has a range of soft play equipment with a small slide.  This bright and colourful area is suitable for smaller children aged 1-3 years.  They must be supervised by an adult.  The charge for the toddler area is €4 per toddler, per session.


Indoor Playzone - Jungle Gym 

Clonakilty Indoor PlayzoneThe jungle gym is an indoor multi-level adventure centre.  It has a huge slide, ball pool, climbing levels and lots more.  It is suitable for 4-11 year olds and is a fully supervised facility, where parents must sign their chldren in and out.  The jungle gym is open to hotel residents and leisure club members.  One entry a day may be included in your family package or alternatively the charge is €4 an hour, per child.  A book of 10 passes is also available for €30. 

Games Zone

Games RoomThe games zone contains a range of game consoles including Xboxs, Xbox Kinnect, Playstation 3's  and Wii's.  There is also a pool table and an air hockey table.  This area is unsupervised and is free of charge, again for hotel residents or Leisure Club members.