Cobh

  1. Lusitania Monument and Graveyard

    Cobh, Cork

    On May 7th 1915, during the first World War, the Cunard Liner the Lusitania was torpedoed off the Old Head of Kinsale. Of the nearly 2,000 passengers, less than 800 survived. Many were buried in the Old Church Graveyard in Cobh. Read more

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Robin Hill

    Cobh, Cork

    Robin Hill is a 19th century converted rectory offering high quality accommodation in a tranquil setting with wonderful views over Cork Harbour. Read more

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  5. Elmville House

    Cobh, Cork

    Elmville House is a superb example of a restored Victorian House set on its own grounds with well maintained gardens overlooking Cork Harbour. It has all the characteristics of old charm with new comforts. Read more

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  6. 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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  7. Spike Island

    Cobh, Cork

    Spike Island, nestled in Cork's natural harbour, off Cobh, has a dark and fascinating past. Uncover the stories of her inhabitants from Monks to Military and convicts to idolised rebels. Access to the island by boat. Open May-Sept. Read more

  8. Cobh Cathedral Bells Crypt and Bridewell Tour

    Cobh, Cork

    Cobh Cathedral Bells Crypt and Bridewell Tour is new to Cobh. A 2 minute walk from the town, it gives the history of the prison under the cathedral, the 49 bells and the crypt where bishops and priests are buried. Read more

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  9. 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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  10. Marine Transport Services

    Cobh, Cork

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

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