Blue Haven Hotel
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A well-known culinary gem, the Blue Haven is a stylish, award-winning, nautical-style boutique hotel located in the heart of Kinsale, County Cork.
The Blue Haven welcomes guests with open arms. Standing a stone's throw from dozens of great restaurants, lively bars and interesting craft shops, yet only 25 minutes from Cork City.
When guests visit the Blue Haven, they can enjoy the home-baked cookies on arrival, King Koil pocket-sprung beds, and Nespresso machines in their room. There is great food in the gourmet capital of Ireland, live music every night, and lots of activities, walks and hidden treasures to find in beautiful Kinsale. The Wild Atlantic Way is the longest sign-posted coastal route in the world, 2500km of epic trip along Ireland’s western coastline. The Wild Atlantic Way begins (or ends) in Kinsale.
Blue Haven’s reputation for excellent food, friendly personal service, and meticulous attention to detail will always ensure their guests visit to Kinsale's Blue Haven is a special one. Blue Haven has an array of dining options to choose, from the Seafood Cafe, to the luxurious Bar, Bistro and Wine & Tapas Bar “Aperitif”. All dishes combine seasonal produce and fresh seafood from the local shores, carefully prepared by a team of chefs. Blue Haven prides itself in delivering the ultimate in friendly and efficient service to its customers.
Historic Kinsale, originally a medieval fishing port, is one of the most picturesque, popular and historic towns on the southwest coast of Ireland and it has been hailed as the Gourmet Capital of Ireland. The Blue Haven Hotel is built on the site of the Old Fish Market and Meat Market in the town dating back to 1784. Until the late eighteenth century the street the hotel is located on (Pearse Street) was an open waterway. This was covered over at the end of the eighteenth century to create the current street, and the buildings that now form the hotel and surrounding wall date from this time. Over 200 years later, Blue Haven now produces award-winning delicious gourmet food on the very site which was such a pivotal part of Kinsale fishing heritage.
While in Kinsale, guests will find many things to see and do. The medieval town is known for its restaurants, bars, shops and galleries. Located on the coast, Kinsale also provides a host of water-based activities such as angling, sailing, yachting, and whale watching. Additionally, it is an ideal destination for anyone interested in horse-riding, pony trekking, golfing and much more.