Robin Hill Guesthouse

Lake Road, Rushbrooke, Cobh, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
Prices starting from $106.00
 

Travel Blogs from Cobh

Cobh, Ireland and the Port of Cork

A travel blog entry by prinret

3

... dock that are well worth seeing.

As we sailed into port along the River Lee estuary, we recognized the large church towering over the town. What a pleasure to see such this lovely little town again .

When in Cobh this time Joan and I took a bus tour to the town of Kinsale, which is just outside of Cobh. We found a little Poet's Corner coffee shop very close to where our bus was parked that had the ...

Dingle to Cobh

A travel blog entry by jenh1211

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... Sitting on the water. Very busy and crowded due to a foodie festival based on a mad hatter theme so, after a look around, we moved on. Ended our day at Cobh(Cove) as this is where most people left Ireland, whether convicts or emigrants. It's the little town that was the port for Cork. Also the last stop for the titanic and the Lusitania. All these things have lots of information at the heritage centre, although the immigration story is more about USA than anywhere ...

Day 13 - Dungarvan to Cobh (Home)

A travel blog entry by dmobrien73

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... my speech for the madding crowds in Cobh. The Gardai (Irish Police) have laid on an escort with flashing lights and siren from 2 km out and at kilometre 1999, we rendezvous with The Cobh Road Train, which is a tourist attraction popular with young and old (owned by Laraghs Dad). My very own Charlotte and Christian whom are siting in the back carriage are grinning from ear to ear. I give them high 5's as the train follows the Gardai car and leads us four riders in to town. I ...

Glendalough-->Cobh

A travel blog entry by jjarnold

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... br> Harbourview is really nice and the hostess friendly and helpful. The only minuses were towels (helpfully embroidered with "Hand" and "Body") which smelled of cigarette smoke, and that we were close enough to St. Colman's Cathedral to hear the bells chiming very frequently. We had a twin and a single. Hairdryers in the rooms.

The day was overcast early, but bright and sunny later.


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A titanic day

A travel blog entry by michie-and-paul

... so as we have already done this we don't bother with the tour again. We have lunch in the restaurant after we have picked up the goods we needed, Paul even got himself his own personalised bottle. On the drive back we take a detour and visit the seaside town of Cobh or Queenstown as it used to be known. On the drive down into the town there is a massive spire that belongs to the most imposing church i have ...

Location

This hotel, located on Lake Road, Rushbrooke, Cobh, is near Fota Nature Reserve, Cobh Heritage Centre, The Queenstown Story, and Cobh.
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