The Rushbrooke Hotel

Address: Cobh Town Centre, Cobh, County Cork, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Cobh Town Centre, Cobh, is near Fota Nature Reserve, The Queenstown Story, Cobh Heritage Centre, and Cobh.
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Travel Blogs from Cobh

Kinsale and Cobh

A travel blog entry by barbararogers1 on May 05, 2015

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... We moved on to the photographic exhibition at the Sirius Arts Centre and then to the Heritage Centre where we had a bowl of soup for lunch. We stayed there to chat for some time and then went to view the Lusitania Memorial. After that we went by car to the cemetery where we saw where many of the Lusitania passengers and crew who drowned were buried in 3 mass graves. On Thursday two plaques will be unveiled bearing the names of those people who are buried there. ...

Blarney Castle & Traditional Town Tour

A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Sep 19, 2014

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... by a couple of things. I didn’t get anything made out of the wool as the jumpers were too thick and heavy. But I did get a couple of souvenirs.

Ireland has had a pretty rough time with the recession. Our bus driver was saying that a house that was valued at 350,000 a couple of years ago he recently bought for 55,000. That shows you how much property values have gone done. There are quite a few areas known as Ghost Villages, these are ...

Happy Australian Day

A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jul 15, 2014

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... as a museum which gives visitors a better understanding of what it would have been like on the ship and what happened. The memorial was unveiled in 1998, with the youngest survivor present at the ceremony. Almost next to the Titanic memorial, there is a memorial to the Lusitania. This particular memorial is dedicated to the people who lost their lives when the ship was torpedoed and subsequently sunk just off the coast in 1915. Many of the survivors as well as the victims ...

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 ...

Dingle to Cobh

A travel blog entry by jenh1211 on Oct 13, 2013

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... road are spectacular. It's windy and narrow with amazing views over the water on one side and up the hills on the other. Photos can't do it justice and in so many places the road is too narrow to stop. Stopped in Killarney. Beautiful shop fronts and little streets. Just had a look around before moving on. Visited Kinsale as it was a place I remembered fondly from 20 years ago. Still a pretty town with its colourful houses and shop fronts and it's tiny windy ...