WatersEdge Hotel Cobh
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWatersEdge Hotel Cobh
There isn't a ton to see in Cobh, but if you want to spend a night in the area, consider the WatersEdge. It was well worth the price.
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Travel Blogs from Cobh
... snuck off in a mailbag because he was homesick. The Titanic actually anchored outside the harbor and tenders we used to transport people and provisions to the ship. This allowed them to complete everything in 2 hours instead of the 8 hours it would have taken if the ship docked at the port. One of the passengers to get off here was a divinity student, Fr. Browne, who had been given a ticket to sail from Southampton to Cherbourg to Queenstown by ...
Who would have thunk it?
Firstly that Ireland still has a rail network, secondly that we are utilizing the service and thirdly that it has Internet connectivity? We are off to Cork for a day out. Unusual in that we have actively avoided most I'd size to larger size cities here in Ireland. In fact we will Skirt and bypass Dublin completely - sorry Dubliners or Dublinites or Dunlinians or whatever you're titled.
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... of wrong turns but arrived at Elmville B & B around 11.30 am. Unfortunately Olive at Elmville B & B only had Geoff's booking. Fortunately, though, she had a spare room (with a share bathroom) and Geoff and Ros kindly opted to take that one. We walked into Cobh and our first stop was at the museum. Then we moved on to the centre of the town where a huge crowd of people had gathered for the official ...
I got up early today to walk down to Bia Blasta for a vegan full Irish breakfast. Because I could. Photo below. The place was adorable. It was just like a large kitchen with a handful of chairs and the woman cooking/serving was so friendly. Off to Kilkenny ...
... something there for everyone, and a great experience to do one of Irelands 'must do' touristy things :-) The grounds of the castle are very well maintained, and really nice to walk around A visit to Blarney House there was an extra €5 payable in cash, with tours operating every half hour between 10am and 2pm After that we were off to Cobh which was previously known as Queenstown - the last port of call for ...