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We went to the town of Cobh looking for Heritage and Titanic museums with pubs nearby. All was at the docks and shoreline.
Check. But we needed a place to stay and had not arranged ahead of time. So we went to the tourist office...More
The time we spent was not enough ... wonderful food, great hostess (we even watched the Hurling Final in the private room), definitely recommended !
The room was large and looked onto the front of the house. Great choice for breakfast and good recommendations for...More
We arrived by car, having a little trouble at first finding the entrance. But once we arrived at the generous parking area for the car, Pam greeted us at the front door of her beautiful large home. She offered us to the front living room...More
Pam Mulhaire has a lovely home which she opens to her guests as if they were family. Indeed three nights at the Knockeven in beautiful Cobh left us all ( family of four from Canada) feeling that we had been in a very special place!...More
We were welcomed by Pam, who invited us into the living room for tea and scones upon arrival. Our deluxe room on the front of the house was the largest we'd seen, with lovely linens and comfy robes provided for us. One downside is the...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$138 - US$142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It is definitely a hike into town centre - maybe 20 to 25 minutes and some of it not the best walk in the world (car traffic). We had a car a drove into town, although parking is difficult. We did get lucky parking around... More
It is definitely a hike into town centre - maybe 20 to 25 minutes and some of it not the best walk in the world (car traffic). We had a car a drove into town, although parking is difficult. We did get lucky parking around the cathedral however.