Robin Hill Guesthouse

Address: Lake Road, Rushbrooke, Cobh, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lake Road, Rushbrooke, Cobh, is near Fota Nature Reserve, Cobh Heritage Centre, The Queenstown Story, and Cobh Museum.
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      Cobh, County Cork, Ireland

      A travel blog entry by hartwell on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... detailed neo-gothic building whose spires we could see from the bay. It was built after the potato famine in 1868, and finished in 1915. Made of granite and limestone, it features elaborate statues and stained glass window arches. We were fortunate to have access to the cathedral as they were making preparations for the flower festival and the inside was being decorated with beautiful arrangements. I had the opportunity to talk with a couple of the ladies who were involved in ...

      Oh aye, a lovely wee day we had, so we did!

      A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Aug 29, 2014

      4 comments, 10 photos

      ... night...the other extreme from calm. I'm sure it was one of the roughest nights I've spent on a cruise ship, EVER! Right about now you might be expecting a gratuitous comment about Cobh, the Titantic, and icebergs...but you're NOT gonna get it from me. No sirree! Today we arrived in the small port called Cobh (pronounced Cove...who knew!) which is close to Cork. We had a tour lined up with a local company, and went to Blarney, Cork and Kinsale, with ...

      Cobh, Ireland and the Port of Cork

      A travel blog entry by prinret on May 10, 2014

      3 photos

      ... person in case their is a problem. This time our ship's representative was a young man, Beau, who was from New Zealand and very helpful in insuring Joan didn't have to walk any farther than necessary on the excursion. You should have seen him smile when I greeted him with the Mauri greeting, "Kiora". Beau was an entertainer on-board, singing and playing the piano in the various lounges on the ship. His impression of ...

      The Titanic

      A travel blog entry by pagerond on Oct 12, 2013

      5 photos

      ... of a passenger. Sherry was Nora Hegardy and I was Catherine McGowan. Neither one of us survived. :-( It was an interesting and thought provoking visit. The actual pier still exists that the passengers used to board the boats (tenders) that ferried them to the Titanic, which was waiting at the mouth of the bay.

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      A titanic day

      A travel blog entry by michie-and-paul on May 23, 2013

      ... 1601. The fort, which is named after Charles II, was designed by the Surveyor-general Sir William Robinson - architect of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham. The fort was built in the 1670s and 1680s to a star fortification design - a layout specifically designed to resist attack by cannon. The in-land bastions of the fort however are overlooked by higher ground, a fact of critical importance when the fort was ...