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Build Your Own Cork Stag Do

01. Add Some Activities

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Two men in football shirts and helmets playing gaelic football

Gaelic Games

A woman lying back on the floor in black underwear

Female Stripper

People driving quad bikes in water with steam coming off

Quad Biking

Three men driving go karts around a track

Outdoor Karting

A man aiming a shotgun to a backdrop of the sky

Laser Clays

Three bows in an archery target to a backdrop of the sky


Silhouettes of two men aiming red laser beams with laser guns

Laser Tag

A man hiding behind tyres, aiming his paintball gun

Outdoor Paintball - 300 Balls

Five people on segways holding polo mallets

Segway Adventures

A man surfing a huge wave


A man pulling open bars

Jail Break

Red Thriller logo over a silhouette of Michael Jackson in a trilby

Thriller Dance Class

Calzone and two pizzas served on a slate, on a table

Milano - 3 Course Meal & 2 Drinks

Five greyhounds racing on the sand

Night at the Dogs incl. Food Platters

The word Comedy, lit up on a sign

Comedy Club

A close up on a woman's face

Havana Browns Guestlist Entry & Reserved Area

T-Birds Masterclass

02. Choose a Hotel

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Tables and green seats on a green carpet, in front of a wall lined with pictures

Clayton Hotel Cork City 4 Star Rating

Tables and chairs set up for dinner in the grand hotel restaurant at Imperial Hotel Cork, with columns and a marble ceiling

Imperial Hotel Cork 4 Star Rating

Two beds in a room with white, brown and purple colour scheme

Jurys Inn Cork 3 Star Rating

03. Enter Your Details

LNOF Guide to Cork

No need to put a cork in your stag do celebrations

Cork is cool. It has a wealth of bars, restaurants and daytime events, a commendable portfolio of epic Georgian architecture, a thriving student population and top quality craic on every street corner. Modern-day Cork is a strong, vibrant economy of cosmopolitan influences and earthy tradition. The kind of place which locals feel justifiably proud of, and to which visitors rush to fall in love with. If you’re looking for somewhere accessible and charming, the River Lee is breathless in anticipation of your stag weekend in Cork.

The balance between fun, landmarks and unrivalled hospitality is struck with a sure hand and minimum fuss, from each antique shop window to the corner booth in every boozer. Lap clubs, nightclubs, shops and restaurants show a modern pulling power that compliments the city’s proud heritage. If you're going to put a Cork in it, make your first port of call Last Night of Freedom…

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Cork is my favourite place in Ireland. I've been on golfing stag dos there, as well as just boozing. It's so traditional and friendly.

Will JohnsonHead of e-Commerce

Cork city is a stirring cocktail of bustling activity and good-humoured celebration - an immensely likeable mix of friendly folk, unignorable history and plentiful vibrant pubs. Built on the River Lee, Cork houses many shopping, restaurant and tourist attractions that, together with the increasing number of daytime events, and myriad of wonderful boozers - afford any mustard-keen visitor excellent choice and quality of experience.

With Murphy's brewed locally, there's no need to feel bitter about your choices of what to drink, whilst Beamish and Guinness make up the trio of most likely options (though the breadth and quality of Irish whiskies on offer is excellent, too).

So, in the eventuality of a Cork stag weekend making its way onto your shortlist of possibilities, we commend the splendid structural beauty of both its buildings and its women, the jovial, unpretentious atmosphere in its night-time venues, and the agreeable quality in many of its hotels, restaurants, shops and cafes.

Customer Reviews for Cork

Our average stag feedback score for Cork is 4.73

Average Rating from 11 reviews

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9 starts


"Cork as a stag venue was overall excellent. Loads of pubs, bars and for those of us who did not want to drink all day, restaurants and shops.

Our hotel, was also very good. It used to be a hospital and so the rooms were large and solid. The buffet breakfast was great and generous (excellent for lining the stomach). The bar, lounge and swimming pool were also very good. The only complaint that you could really make was that the bathrooms were a bit tired (our sink and taps were hanging off) but frankly when you are on a stag who cares?

The greyhound racing night was brilliant. The go-kart racing track was as well (really good go-karts and a track where you had a choice as to which route you wished to take). Our taxi-driver Steve from Cork Taxis was also brilliant and reliable.

The lap dancing club was however utter toilet. A lap dancing club that only has two lap dancers is not I am afraid a lap dancing club!! The lads, me included, thought it was not going to be a great end to our Saturday night and so after the stag had got his lap dance we all left (we had only arrived 10 minutes earlier)."

5 starts


"Could not fault the accommodation and services provided by LNOF, However I could not call this destination a stag venue. The drinks were more than pricey! The night life was poor and our group struggled to enter most clubs and bars even in groups of 2 & 4."

9 starts


"Eleven of us flew from Stansted to Cork for the stag weekend, and thanks to LNoF we had booked and paid for everything before we departed. All we had to do was turn up and enjoy ourselves, and that's certainly what we did.

Great hotel, excellent pubs, friendly and welcoming city. Comedy club was great on the Saturday, and paintballing was enjoyable Sunday (and yes we did shoot the stag more than a few times). I recommend LNoF. :o)"

8 starts


"Activities were fantastic. service was OK."

8 starts


"Cork is a good town for partying. Plenty of top quality bars and great craic with the locals ;). Only thing annoying(for want of another description) was that we had a big group (24) we did move around in small groups but the bouncers stopped alot of us at various times. But overall we drank plenty and were merry. Would definitely go back again!!!"

8 starts


"Had a fantastic time in Cork. Great activities - paintball and quad biking. Really enjoyed the comedy club - probably the funniest one I've ever been to. I found myself chasing after the staff at Last Night of Freedom a little however they were friendly on the whole."

8 starts


"A weekend in Cork, with 25 of my friends. I was more than happy with the service from Last Night of Freedom. Everything was as I had booked. The Hotel was ideal for a large group of men. Central location, clean and friendly. Plus they knew how to deal with a large group, which, after many weekends away is appreciated. Cork in general was a good choice. All we were really interested in was the drink, and the Irish sure know how to do that. We only had the usual trouble of a large group but once the bouncers/bar staff get to know you there was no trouble. In general, a really good choice. Many thanks for all your help."

8 starts


"Great accomodation ,Cork - friendly people , good pubs, good clubs, well worth a visit!"

7 starts


"It was a good weekend for a stag do, I would advise anyone going that to organise to geting into clubs pubs before hand go in small groups. Accomodation was good and everything went ok. Cheers"

9 starts


"I have to say that the service you provided made the weekend run extremely smoothly. All of the companies you use and the staff at the hotel, the cab drivers etc. were fantastic. Thanks for all your efforts. Cork made for an excellent stag do."