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Nido Curraheen Point, Cork
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Nido Curraheen Point, Cork

Farranlea Rd, Cork, T12 AY95, Ireland
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About the Property

Located at Farranlea Road, Cork T12 AY95, Nido Curraheen Point is a highly sought-after Cork student accommodation choice for students who are pursuing to study in Ireland. This student accommodation in Cork offers a variety of room types such as Deluxe Ensuite, Premium Ensuite, Classic Ensuite, Superior Ensuite, and a range of studio options, including the Classic Studio (Accessible); this property caters to diverse lifestyles and preferences. Situated conveniently near top educational institutions, students of University College Cork, Griffith College, Cork Institute of Technology, and Cork English College find it ideally located for easy commutes, ensuring this student accommodation in Cork is a popular choice among the academic community.

Nido Curraheen Point, Cork, is primarily located in the bustling student city of Cork, renowned for its vibrant culture, historical landmarks, and educational excellence. The city boasts a substantial student population that contributes to its dynamic atmosphere, impressive rankings, and reputation as an educational hub. Cork's rich history, coupled with modern growth, has created an environment that is both intellectually stimulating and personally enriching for students. Residing in Nido Curraheen Point, Cork, gives students the added advantage of being in proximity to noteworthy cultural attractions such as the iconic Shandon Bells and the picturesque Fitzgerald Park. Property management is taken care of by the Nido Collection - Ireland, ensuring a hassle-free living experience. Nido Curraheen Point aims to offer high-quality, purpose-built student living in Cork with state-of-the-art facilities and social spaces tailored for university life. It represents part of the growth in modern student accommodation developments in Irish cities over recent years. Students choosing Nido Curraheen Point, Cork accommodation in Cork not only elevates their academic journey but also immerses themselves in the unique character of a city that's known for its friendliness, culinary scene, and historic charm.


At Nido Curraheen Point, Cork, students will find a living environment that is equipped to meet all their needs, ensuring a comfortable and convenient student life. Nido Curraheen Point student accommodation offers a wide range of ensuites such as Deluxe Ensuite, Premium Ensuite, Superior Ensuite and Classic Ensuite are tailored for a deluxe living experience, while the Classic Studio (Accessible) and Classic Studio cater to those who cherish independence. All room types are fully furnished with modern aesthetics and include ample storage space to keep belongings organised. The ensuite rooms are designed with student needs in mind, featuring a compact double bed, study desk and chair, wardrobe with shelving to keep your clothes intact and full-length mirror. Studio rooms provided by Nido Curraheen Point additionally feature a kitchenette with a breakfast bar and chairs and a large LCD Smart TV to balance work and relaxation perfectly.

The common amenities at Nido Curraheen Point, Cork student accommodation, enhance the living experience, offering on-site bike parking and a laundry room to take care of everyday necessities. A vibrant central courtyard and a common room, social space to unwind and connect with fellow students. Additionally, organised year-round events foster a sense of community among students. For added peace of mind, the reception & staff are always on hand to assist with any queries, such as on-site maintenance. Overall, Nido Curraheen, Cork student accommodation, is not just about comfort and convenience; it's a lifestyle choice for students who desire a home away from home. Most importantly, being located near prestigious institutions makes it an impeccable choice for both domestic and international students looking for a comfortable stay.

Location and What's Hot?

Stepping out of the comfort of Nido Curraheen Point, Cork, students find themselves in the company of Cork's vibrant offerings. Conveniently situated, this student accommodation in Cork is amidst an area teeming with life, catering to all your socialising and essential needs. The University College Cork is just a short walk away, making it an ideal spot for those early-morning lectures or late-night study sessions. For the musically inclined, the Cork School of Music offers a chance to enhance their talents. At the same time, institutions like Griffith College and Cork Institute of Technology are renowned for their comprehensive programs.

This vibrant area is sprinkled with a variety of dining options, such as the flavoursome meals at Patonis Restaurant & Delicatessen, Wilton Pub & Restaurant and Bishopstown Bar & Restaurant, ensuring your culinary experiences are just outside your door. In need of a caffeine fix? Box'd! Drive Thru Coffee awaits you. For those midnight cravings or daily essentials, the nearby Domino's Pizza is a lifesaver. But life at Nido Curraheen Point, Cork, isn't all about studying. The nearby Fitzgerald's Park provides a green oasis for relaxation and meditation. At the same time, culture enthusiasts will appreciate the proximity to the historical St. Fin Barre's Cathedral and the dynamic Cork City Gaol. Food lovers are in for a treat, with places like the award-winning Market Lane and the cosy Farmgate Café offering local flavours just outside your door. Not to forget the shopper's haven at Cork City Centre, where you can satisfy all your retail cravings. Health and wellness are also looked after, with the South Infirmary Victoria University Hospital a mere stone's throw away for any medical needs. For daily provisions, numerous grocery stores add convenience to living at this Nido Curraheen Point, Cork, student accommodation. Overall, Nido Curraheen Point frames the perfect picture for student life, with convenience, culture, and comfort all wrapped into one stellar location.


Getting around from Nido Curraheen Point, Cork, is made seamless thanks to its excellent location in the vibrant city of Cork. Students staying here benefit from easy access to various modes of public transportation that connect them to all parts of the city. Just steps away are essential bus stops like Lee Park and Farranlea Park, providing bus services for those who prefer overground travel. For those looking to venture further, the Cork Kent Railway Station is readily accessible, linking you to regional and national rail services. Additionally, the proximity of Western Road ensures swift connectivity for daily commutes or leisurely explorations. With these convenient options at your doorstep, residents of Nido Curraheen Point, Cork student accommodation, can effortlessly navigate their student life with peace of mind regarding their mobility.

Pet policy

Although They love fluffy animals, pets are not permitted at property. However assistant/support animals are welcome provided that evidence of same is provided by the student, this includes verification from the disability support officer of your college

What will you get

Common Amenities

200Mbps WiFi
Year-round Events
Bike Storage
Central Courtyard
Common Room
Study Spaces

Cancellation Policies (2)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property does not offer cooling-off period.
  • No Place No Pay
    This property allows cancellation if admission is not secured.

Payment Policies (5)

  • Booking Deposit
    This property requires booking deposit.
  • Payment Instalment Plan
    This property offers 1, 8 flexible instalment plans.
  • Mode Of Payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can live at property in Ireland?

Property is home away from home to all students that are 17 years of age or over, from any college, university or third level institution and from any country in the world.
There are a few requirements you need to meet in order to stay with them. You need to prove that you are at least one of the following:
– a student who is taking a full-time course
– a student on an organised study-abroad programme
– a student enrolled full-time in a language school
– a student conducting a work placement course as part of a degree-granting programme
– all PhD Students and any Post-Doctoral Researchers who can provide written evidence of studies from supervisor
You’re able to book from the age of 17 at the time of check-in, please speak to your residence team for more details on under 18 policy.

What room types do you offer?

– Ensuite rooms:Shared apartments with your own bathroom. The kitchen and living room areas are shared.
– Studio rooms:If you prefer your privacy, their Studio rooms have your own bathroom and kitchen area.

Do I need to pay a deposit?

To secure your room and complete your booking, you’ll be required to sign the agreement for your room and pay €100 advance licence fee, which will be deducted from your first/only instalment.

What payment is needed to secure my room?

Once you’ve chosen your property room, you’ll need to secure it with them by accepting the agreement for your room and paying the €100 advance license fee. Both these steps need to be completed to reserve your room until the start of your stay. The advance license fee will however be deducted from the first (or only) instalment of your accommodation fee.

How many instalments can I pay my room fee in?

You can pay your license fee in full, or you can choose a payment plan of 8 instalments. If you’re paying in full, the total amount will be due before your arrival. If you’ve opted for a payment plan of 8 instalments, the first payment doesn’t need to be paid upon booking, however, it will need to be paid at 3 weeks before your start date. Please note paying in instalments will require a guarantor.

Is the agreement for my room a legally binding contract?

Yes, the agreement for your room, which you are required to accept in order to complete your booking and secure your room, is a legally binding contract.

Can I terminate the agreement for my room and cancel my booking?

Please note that cancellations must be submitted in writing to your residence team at the following address and must be emailed by the student, they cannot accept written notices from parents or guardians.

Are there any extra bills I have to pay apart from my rent?

All bills (water, gas and electricity) are covered in a separate utility fee.
For all 38-week bookings in 2024/25, the utility fee is charged in full with your 1st instalment €467.90 in total.
You can pay for your laundry on a pay-as-you-go basis, using the on-site laundry facilities.

Are you able to sublet your room to a friend if you no longer need it?

If you wish to terminate the agreement for your room during your period of residence, you should contact the reception team to discuss the option of a room agreement takeover.

Do I need a guarantor?

If you choose to pay by instalment (8 payments) or are a 17-year-old resident then an Ireland-based or International guarantor is required. You choose your guarantor and enter their information as part of the booking process. They will then get in touch with them directly to confirm.

Do you offer dual occupancy?

Dual occupancy is available in studios only, students are not permitted to share ensuite rooms. Please note both tenants must be students.

I don't have a Personal Public Service Number, can I still book a room?

They understand you may not have your PPSN yet but don’t worry, you can still book a room.
During the booking process, simply mark this field as “n/a” or “none” and make sure to update your profile with the information once your PPSN has been granted (this last part is super important!).

Can I bring a pet?

Although they love fluffy animals, pets are not permitted at property. However assistant/support animals are welcome provided that evidence of same is provided by the student, this includes verification from the disability support officer of your college

What is the guest policy?

They do allow day and night guests, however, for your own safety and security, there are a few guest policies in place:
– You can have unlimited guests visiting during the day between 9am and 10.30pm
– For overnight stays, one guest can stay for a maximum of three consecutive nights. Any guest staying longer than this must be discussed with management and may not stay more than 8 consecutive nights
– All guests must be 18 years of age or over
You will have to sign in your guests, and they must bring a photo ID to gain entry into the building

Do you have Laundry facilities?

They have laundry rooms in all of their property’s in Ireland. You’ll have 24-hour access to washers and dryers.
Payment is done through an app that you can download and use as you wish.

What if I have a disability or special requirement?

They have accessible rooms available at all their residences. They want to make sure that everyone is able to have a safe and comfortable stay with them. Please let them know about any medical information or disabilities on your application or contact them directly to find out more. Property will be happy to liaise with your college disability support officer to meet your needs.

Is Content Insurance included in my rent?

Contents insurance is not currently included in the rent for the property’s in Ireland.

What is included in my room?

In their ensuite rooms you will find:
– A small double bed
– Study desk, chair and storage space
– Ensuite bathroom with shower, sink & toilet
– Wardrobe with hanging space and shelving
Our studio rooms include:
– A small double bed
– Wardrobe with hanging space & shelving
– Ensuite bathroom with shower, sink & toilet
– Study desk & chair
– Breakfast bar and kitchenette with storage, hob, microwave oven and fridge
– A TV
Lastly, their kitchen/living room spaces include:
– A shared kitchen with storage, hob, combi microwave oven, oven and fridge
– A dining area with a dining table
– A lounge area with sofas and a TV

Are Kitchen essentials and bedding included in my room?

Your kitchen comes with some cooking and eating utensils, however they strongly advise also bringing some additional items if needed, please note their hobs are induction ready so please ensure your items are compatible.
They do not provide linen as they tend to be personal items, so please bring your own bedding/pillows/towels. You can order these to the complex in advance of your arrival and they will be in your room when you arrive. Please liaise with staff to organise

Will I have internet in my room?

Yes, they have high speed Wifi throughout each property so you can be connected at all times. More information on how to connect will be provided upon your arrival.
They’re even the first student accommodation building in Ireland to have been awarded a Silver rating by Wired Score, this means guaranteed connectivity everywhere in the building and their WiFi is super fast and reliable, plus you’re able to connect from day one.

Will my room be cleaned?

Cleaning services of your room and flat are not included in your stay. However, they ensure all common spaces and corridors are regularly cleaned.

Will I have a TV in my room?

TVs are provided in their studio rooms and all of their shared kitchen/lounges.

Can I change my room after I move in?

If you’d like to move rooms, they’ll always try to accommodate it. Please do note that they can only offer room changes if there are rooms available to move into within your property residence and there is an understandable reason for wanting the change.
Keep in mind that different rooms can be offered at varying prices. The rates are based on a number of things, like the size of the room, location in the building and its availability so it may be that you will have to pay a different rate to occupy another room.

Can I bring my bike?

They encourage everyone to bring their bikes to university as it makes for a much more environmentally friendly way to get around town. In fact, all of their Nidos have bike storage available. Simply speak to the team to book your space. Bikes must only be stored in the specified bike stores. You are advised to take out contents insurance that covers loss or damage to your bike, property is not liable for any damage, theft or loss of bikes in the bike store.

What happens if my light bulb needs replacing or something breaks?

Their maintenance teams are available to help with any issues or questions. They’re also available for any emergencies during the weekends.
If you do experience any maintenance issues during your stay, please email reception with your maintenance requests. The team will update you on the progress of the job and book a time with you for accessing your room.

Where can I smoke?

They don’t allow smoking inside your residence, but you’re free to do so in the designated smoking areas. These are located at the front of reception and the centre courtyard. Smoking inside, in the bike store, bin store or at rear of building is strictly forbidden.

Can I personalise my room?

You can personalise your room, as long as you’re able to return your room at the end of your contract in the orginal state. You will be recharged for any damages on your room, such as holes, nails or glue marks on the wall.

Can I have parcels delivered to my residence?

Their reception team will accept parcels on your behalf during office hours where possible. They will then send you an email to inform you your package is ready for collection.

Do you offer parking on site?

There are a very limited number of parking spaces at Ashlin House open to students. These are on a permit basis only, if you are not allocated a permit, you will not be able to park in the Ashlin House car park.

What documents do I need to check-in?

Before making your first instalment, you will need to submit your proof that you are a registered student. They will accept the following:
• Proof of registration from Academic Records office of college
• Acceptance or offer letter from course director
• CAO offer letter or acceptance
Irish students (only) will need to submit their PPSN with their documentation. During check in, students must have acceptable photo ID, this includes passport, public services card, drivers licence or age card.

Can I move in early, before my contract starts?

Where they have availability they may be able to extend or start your contact with them early. Please contact your residence team to find out if this is possible for your requirements.

Can I choose who my flatmates are?

If you like to share the same communal kitchen and living area with your friends, you can choose to live with your friends by selecting the same apartment number when you book with them. Please note, this is subject to availability, so ensure to book in advance. Please contact them when you need any help in choosing your rooms.

Are there specific times of day that I can move in?

To ensure you get the best check in experience, they will send out an email with different timeslots when it gets nearer to your check-in weekend, so you can book a time that’s suitable for you.

What can I do if I feel anxious while staying at property?

It is perfectly understandable that you might be anxious or worried about being away from home.
Here are some ways to relieve stress and anxiety: You can also speak to your residence team about it and they can help with local resources, groups and university support too.

  • Look for ideas of exercises you can do and are comfortable with
  • Spend time doing things you enjoy – this might include reading, cooking, other indoor hobbies or listening to the radio or watching TV programmes
  • Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals, drink enough water and try to avoid smoking, alcohol and drugs
  • Keep your windows open to let in fresh air, get some natural sunlight if you can, or get outside into the garden (where possible)

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4. 10 & 11 James Street

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1. Buses

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