Commodore Hotel

Westbourne Place, Cobh, County Cork, Ireland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Westbourne Place, Cobh, is near Fota Nature Reserve, The Queenstown Story, Cobh Heritage Centre, and Cobh.
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    Travel Blogs from Cobh

    Blarney Castle & Traditional Town Tour

    A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... kissed a stone!!! Yep he kissed the Blarney stone. And I wasn’t kissing him after that. Worse still, he climbed over 125 Steps to reach this stone to Kiss, and I have the photo to prove it!!!!! It’s said that if you kiss the stone it gives you the gift of the gab…..Nathan have you been to Ireland? Up to 1,000 people kiss the stone a day. A lot of Irish people are superstitious.

    We went through the Woollen mill and yes, I did ...

    Happy Australian Day

    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... 8211; mainly a fresh food market. The rest of morning was spent wandering around and after making a couple of purchases, we caught the train back to Cobh. One of the more imposing structures that sits above Cobh is St Colman's Cathedral. The cathedral took 50 years to build and was designed in the French Neo Gothic style. The spire is 91 metres tall and contains a 49 bell carillon. As the last stop on her ill fated transatlantic voyage, Cobh also has a memorial to the Titanic, ...

    Cobh, Ireland and the Port of Cork

    A travel blog entry by prinret on May 10, 2014

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    ... to the pier to greet us was remarkable. That was the main topic of conversation that evening at dinner, so, once home, I decided to let someone in Cobh know how much we appreciated the hospitality and went on the Internet to find out the person who should be contacted. It was the Lord Mayor of Cobh. Not knowing the name I sent the email to the Lord Mayor's office only to discover her name was Deidre Clune. After ...

    Roscrea, Kinsale & Cobh

    A travel blog entry by hralbee on Mar 12, 2014

    77 photos

    ... before heading to the B&B. A nice dinner at a local restaurant called Trade Winds and off to bed we were. The next morning, the woman who owned the B&B we stayed at helped us get in contact with our family and we showed up at the butcher shop in which Jimmy, one of the family members, owned. We talked to him and he called up his sister Norma and got in touch with their dad, Paddy, who turns out to be my Nana's ...

    Irish Road Trip - Cork and Beyond

    A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Apr 01, 2013

    9 photos

    ... and it was big stone ruins... So pretty! I cannot describe how special it is to gaze across the green fields and to see a ruined stone abbey from the 1100s. So awesome. There was also a cemetery around the church which people could still be buried in today (though only five people left alive who still can). There was also lots of Celtic crosses as opposed to the Latin cross on the gravesides. Sadly our photos, especially of the ruined abbey, do not to the ...

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    Commodore Hotel
    Cobh, Ireland