Cobh

  1. 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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  2. Sailcork

    Cobh, Cork

    Sailcork, based in the picturesque East Ferry near the historical town of Cobh, County Cork, offer sailing, powerboating, navigation, VHF radio, sea survival, safety at sea, first aid at sea courses and holidays. Read more

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  3. WatersEdge Hotel

    Cobh, Cork

    The WatersEdge Hotel is nestled in the harbour town of Cobh and situated on the waterfront. The hotel provides breath-taking views, comfortable accommodation and wonderful bistro-style food, making it a great choice for both business and leisure. Read more

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  4. Knockeven House

    Cobh, Cork

    The beautiful, wonderfully maintained Knockeven House B&B, is located just outside the picturesque seaside town of Cobh in County Cork. The railway station is only three minutes from the house and trains go to Cork every hour and take 40 minutes. Read more

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  5. Nyali Lodge

    Cobh, Cork

    Failte Ireland approved Nyali Lodge, Cobh County Cork offer a homely and friendly atmosphere in comfortable surroundings. It is our aim to make your stay with us a pleasant and memorable one. Read more

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  6. Kelly's Bar

    Cobh, Cork

    Kelly’s is a welcoming bar in the vibrant heritage town of Cobh. A great venue to look out over Cork Harbour from the terrace, hear live music, watch sport, or just have a drink and enjoy the craic. Read more

  7. Marine Transport Services

    Cobh, Cork

    Marine Transport Sevices are operators of water based transport facilities in Cork Harbour. Read more

  8. Cobh The Queenstown Story

    Cobh, Cork

    The Queenstown Story is a dramatic exhibition of the origins, history and legacy of Cobh. Themes explored include the Irish famine, emigration from Ireland and the two famous liners, Titanic and Lusitania. Read more

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  9. Ard Na Laoi

    Cobh, Cork

    Ard na Laoi is a Victorian house in Cobh town centre. Adjacent to Promenade, Tourist Office, Sirius Arts Centre. 2 - 3 min walk to train station, Heritage Centre, Cruise Liner Terminal. 10 min drive to Fota Wildlike and Golf Club. Read more

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  10. 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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