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Me and my boyfried (30 years old, from North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany), we stayed for two nights at the lovely Knockeven House during our holidays in Ireland. We loved to stay here. It's a beautiful house with wonderful rooms - you feel like living in ancient...More
We stumbled into Knockeven House after a very tiring cycle into Cobh followed by disheartening refusals at 5 other b+bs. However, as soon as we walked into Pam's beautiful house, we were so glad we had landed here. Knockeven House is a delightful period building...More
Staying at Knockeven House in Cobh, County Cork is like staying in the fine country home of a very good friend. Our hostess, Pam was just delightful and so knowledgeable about the area. We were able to walk to all of the sights in town...More
Madam Pam made our stay in Cobh, a wonderful experience. Her hospitality and her advice was greatly appreciated. Room was beautiful, very clean, spacious and with a nice view. Excellent breakfast, especially the scones.
We spent two nights in Pam's stately home while visiting Ireland in August. We were delighted with our spacious front room with a large bathroom and found the bed very comfortable. Pam is a delightful hostess, nothing is too much trouble and she is keen...More
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US$140 - US$144 (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.