Whispering Pines Hotel

Crosshaven, County Cork, Ireland | Hotel
Prices starting from $30.00

Travel Blogs from Crosshaven


A travel blog entry by amazingone


... remind him of home. It was a very pleasant Cab Sav and he was suitably impressed with the surprise and the selection which was a relief. The white wine was a gorgeous Irish drop which was very impressive and worthy of the addition to what was a really pleasant day and evening.

The following morning I rose early, showered and prepared for the 2km walk into town to find the Hop on Hop off bus so that I could explore Cork in more depth. My host did not own a car only a ...

Dance like the Irish

A travel blog entry by jennsummer2011


... serious oceanliner disasters including the last port of call for the Titantic and the bombing of the Lusitania. Cobh was Ireland's main emigration port after the Great Famine in 1846. As many as two million Irish citizens fled to escape illness, poverty and death.

We walked around the Cobh heritage centre where film, pictures, and figures were used to retell the stories ...

Kickin' it in Cork

A travel blog entry by mcuddy


... I got put together as roommates. We also live with three Irish students (Aisling Hennessy, Mairead Murphy and Aoife Murphy) who we have been trying to get to know. We are one of a few QU students that got put with Irish students so we are pretty lucky. They are "first years" (freshmen) and very helpful. I ask them a bunch of questions a day, but they do not mind. They also go home on the weekends (to ...

Home-6 Weeks To Go...Contemplating What Lies Ahead

A travel blog entry by megcou


... if you are in a foreign city, isn’t it far more interesting to seek out the present, than the past? Usually, people feel obliged to go to museums, because ever since they were small they have been told that traveling is a search for this type of culture. Of course museums are important, but they require time and objectivity – you need to know what it is you want to see there, otherwise you will come away with the impression that ...

Oasis Live At Pairc Ui Chaoimh

A travel blog entry by jonnyscottblair

... would sadly continue into the 2000s...) and this had meant widespread rioting in most of Northern Ireland. Cork is a very Irish nationalist city, and we were all Northern unionists (or to bring religion into it, Protestants). At the time we didn't really think of it like that - we were just going to a concert. But its an important aspect to consider. Less than 3 years before this, Northern ...


This hotel, located in Crosshaven, is near Fota Nature Reserve, The Queenstown Story, Cobh Heritage Centre, and Cobh.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent