Cobh

  1. Titanic Trail

    Cobh, Cork

    An engrossing historical walk through Cobh, exploring its fascinating diversity of military, maritime and social heritage. Read more

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  2. Nyali Lodge

    Cobh, Cork

    At Nyali Lodge you will find a homely and friendly atmosphere in comfortable surroundings, it is our aim to make sure your stay with us is a pleasant and memorable one.
    In our pleasantly furnished bedrooms you can be guaranteed a restful stay, these rooms overlook our enclosed flower garden which is to the rear of the property.
    We are close to all amenities which are listed in our Location Section - Local Places of Interest. Read more

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  3. Elton Pitch And Putt Club

    Cobh, Cork

    Pitch & Putt Club in Cobh. Read more

  4. Jacob's Ladder Restaurant

    Cobh, Cork

    Jacob’s Ladder is situated on the waterfront, next to Cobh Heritage Centre, in the historic town. The award winning restaurant offers modern Irish cuisine. Read more

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  5. Sirius Arts Centre

    Cobh, Cork

    Sirius Arts Centre is a multidisciplinary centre for arts and culture in Cobh. Located in the historic Old Yacht Club it hosts visual arts exhibitions, music concerts and community engagement events year round. Read more

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  6. Eire Bass

    Cobh, Cork

    Why not try fishing from the only licensed saltwater fly-fishing boat in Ireland with Eire Bass in the second largest natural harbour in the world, in Cobh, County Cork? Read more

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  7. Ardeen

    Cobh, Cork

    Located beside Cobh Cathedral and in the town centre, this 200 year old home is full of character and charm. Wake up to stunning harbour and countryside views and to the freshest of Cork food. German spoken by prioprietor. Read more

  8. Traditional Sailing Adventure Cork Harbour

    Cobh, Cork

    Day sails on board the 41ft Ketch Anna Emily in the sheltered waters of Cork Harbour. Sailing most days from May to October from the Quays pontoon at Cobh. See and hear about all the Maritime history and attractions of the locality. Read more

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  9. Dancing Thru the Ages - Irish Music, Song and Dance

    Cobh, Cork

    Dancing Thru the Ages showcases the ancestral legacy of Irish culture and tradition with an exciting contemporary one without losing the spirit and exuberance so associated with the Irish style of music and dance. Read more

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  10. Saint Colman's Cathedral

    Cobh, Cork

    A grandiose neo-Gothic building in Cobh, County Cork, St Colman’s Cathedral took 47 years to build and finally opened in 1911. Its spire stands 100m tall and the tower houses 42 bells, comprising the largest carillon in Ireland. Read more

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