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The WatersEdge Hotel is situated in the town of Cobh, 220 yards from Cobh Train Station. It offers spacious rooms, free parking and a bistro-style restaurant that overlooks Cork Harbour. Location was spot on , spacious rooms were extremely clean and well looked after .
In the town of Cobh, the family-owned Bella Vista Hotel overlooks Cork Harbor. This luxurious Victorian villa offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, a traditional Irish Bar, restaurant and free parking.... The property is in centre of everything right at your door
Enjoying beautiful harbor views, Robin Hill House B&B in Cobh offers high-quality accommodations in a tranquil setting. The breakfasts are delicious and they give you many options for those who like or need them! It’s a short walk to the harbor with unlimited music, pubs, restaurants and things to do! Deidre and her staff are very accommodating and enjoyable. The spa on site is wonderful- the massage was excellent! We will have Robin Hill on our list of repeats and recommendations! Thank you Deidre 😊
Located in Cobh in the County Cork region, Redington House SelfCatering accommodations has a garden. The accommodations features free WiFi. Beautiful views and place. Very nice and comfortable house where you have every of accommodation you need. Grateful host
Located within an 8-minute walk of Cathedral of St. Colman and 200 yards of Cobh Heritage Centre in Cobh, Cobh Rooms With a View provides accommodations with free WiFi and flat-screen TV. Mary is a great host! The building is simply amazing and well preserved, spotlessly clean!
Located in Cobh in the County Cork region, with Cathedral of St. Colman and Cobh Heritage Center nearby, Renovated Townhouse in Center of Cobh features accommodations with free WiFi. So having never traveled solo before, and being a big enthusiast on the history of the Titanic, I wanted to stay in Cobh but fancied some self-catered accommodation. I chose Rahilly Street Townhouse and I was not disappointed. The location is ideal! You walk out the front door, turn left and everything is within sight and walking distance. St Colman's Cathedral is behind you and the bells chiming really adds to the charm of Cobh. The bed was comfy, the room size was perfect, lots of wardrobe space and a hair dryer, which is nice if you're travelling hand luggage and want to save space. The bathroom was clean, modern, fresh and wonderful. The kitchen/living room was amazing! You look out the window, and there's the cathedral. The kitchen is updated with modern facilities - kettle, microwave, toaster, cutlery and fridge/freezer. Whether you order in or cook for yourself, is up to you but if you're there for less than a week, there are plenty of places to eat out every day. In the manual, Gilbert's Bistro comes recommended, and I second this notion. Plus, it's attached to the building so you can't miss it when you enter/leave the premises. I wish I could've stayed longer, but I have sworn to return to this townhouse. It was great for a solo traveler, and it'll even make perfect for a couple travelling.
Set in Monkstown, The Boatswain features a restaurant, bar, terrace, and free WiFi throughout the property. The hotel has family rooms. The hotel offers a à la carte or Full English/Irish breakfast. Amazing quality hotel and fantastic price. All the staff are so friendly and a pleasure to deal with!
On average, it costs $140 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Cobh for tonight. You'll pay around $114 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Cobh will cost around $152, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Cobh cost $177 per night, and 4-star hotels in Cobh are $129 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Cobh can be found for $147 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Great place to visit, very picturesque. Titanic Experience is a must. We ate at our hotel, The Waters Edge Hotel. It's a walking town so really easy to get around. Lots to see but also nice to sit on the Harbour and enjoy the views and the boats coming in and out.
Located on the seafront but unfortunately didn't get a room with a view other than a back yard full of bottles etc from local disco. We stayed midweek so no problem as disco wasn't open but can imagine it would be a problem at weekends. We ate at the hotel and the service and quality of the food could not have been better. A great base for touring the this part of Cork.
Cobh is such a relaxing part of the world, tranquil, safe, picturesque, friendly & welcoming people. It oozes character & charm & history, a gorgeous place to visit, can't wait to return next year (2021) all going well.
Breath takingly beautiful, the views were amazing and the dolfins swimming in the bay , beautiful clean town .so much to see well worth it, was sad to leave.great place to escape and relax, can't wait to go back for longer stay.
We were there on a Sunday night. The weather was beautiful. The view from the cathedral is great. The hilly streets and houses remind me of San Francisco. Cobh is a lovely town but one night is enough. I tried to book the spike island tour, had a slight issue with the website and wasn't sure if the booking went through. Called, emailed, left a voicemail, didn't get any response. We went to where they sell the tickets on the Monday morning as per the opening hours on their answering machine, no sign of anyone. After 30 minutes we gave up. Booked Cobh boat hire online instead, received instant confirmation and went 3 hours later. I would highly recommend it. The self drive boats are easy to drive, the views of Cobh are spectacular, we went around spike island and the naval base. We were very lucky with the weather which added to the experience. Our guide was very friendly. We wanted to visit the Titanic museum but it was closed on the Monday so that was disappointing. We passed by a few times that day and each time there was people there wanting to go. We visited the cobh museum instead. There was a recommended cafe that we wanted to try for breakfast. We passed it on Sunday evening. There was a sign to say it opens at 930am, we were there for that time and it was closed. Had a look on Google, where we found out it doesn't open until Wednesday but no sign on the cafe to tell you it's closed 2 days a week! Cobh is cute and quaint but it's lacking something. It felt very much like "the end of season" which was a shame as people are still going on their staycations. We still enjoyed our time there and I would recommend to family and friends.
Beautiful scenery overlooking the sea. Peaceful and relaxing yet busy. Plenty of good restaurants and places to visit. Lovely sea swims, hilly walks and cycles for the fit. Very safe and plenty of playgrounds and ice-cream for children and big kids alike. Lots of Campervans at the seafront where free spaces are provided. Fota Wildlife Park and Gardens a short drive away and Cork City is easily accessible by bus, train or a short drive from Cobh. Other parts of Cork like Youghal also accessible for touring around by car or bus. There is a car ferry just outside town, which allows access more southerly parts of Cork without going through the city. Also regular tours by boat out to sea and Spike Island. Plenty of shops in town, nearby Mahon Point and Cork City itself. Very pretty Town
Location was spot on , spacious rooms were extremely clean and well looked after .
The property is in centre of everything right at your door
Great experience thank you 😊