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Cobh Holiday House

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East Beach, Cobh, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 +44(0)2082740829
 info@cobhholidayhouse.com

This seafront house was a Victorian merchant's house and now serves as a wonderful base for a holiday in County Cork. The house can comfortably sleep 10 adults. It is located in the centre of the town close to all amenities.

This is a 5 bedroom (all en-suite) house, in the centre of Cobh (formerly Queenstown), which can sleep 10 adults.

Cobh is located in the centre of Cork Harbour, less than 35 minutes drive from Cork Airport (29 km) and 25 minutes from the centre of Cork City (23km). It has all the amenities for a self catering holiday within walking distance, including a supermarket, bakery, off-license, restaurants and pubs.

For online booking see our live booking calendar to get a price based on the size of party and length of stay. Pricing assumes double/twin room occupancy. No fixed turnover days, so ideal for a long weekend or short break.

The accommodation is arranged over the upper 3 floors of this property. The living accommodation is on the first floor. There is a beautifully proportioned reception room and a dining room which seats 10. Both are comfortable south facing rooms with harbour views. The kitchen is a fully equipped with a range style gas cooker, American fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave etc. There is also a breakfast room, a cloakroom and a laundry room with 20lb capacity washing and drying machines. There are 5 bedrooms (one king and four twin), all en-suite, with shower (2 have bathtub) on the second and third floors. Four of the bedrooms have harbour views. The garden at the rear is approx 30 metres deep and is arranged over three terraces. It is a suntrap all day. The highest terrace is a deck, ideal for an al fresco meal, weather permitting.

Cobh is a heritage town with a rich history associated with the Irish diaspora, from convict transportation to Australia, to the mass emigration to the Americas after the famine of the 1840's.