With a fantastic location on Cork Harbour, lots of open spaces, great experiences to enjoy, great value accommodation and fabulous waterside dining locations 2021 will be a great time to plan a visit to Cobh.
Cobh’s Hotels are offering great value rates.
The Commodore Hotel is rolling out the red carpet with fantastic value. Book here
The WatersEdge has an unenviable location right on the harbourside. Book here
The BellaVista Hotel has a range of accommodation options include suites, self catering and whole house options. Book here
A holiday wouldn’t be a holiday without great places to eat. Cobh is spoiled for choice with waterside dining locations.
Jacobs Ladder at the Watersedge Hotel
or the Titanic Bar and Bistro
Like many towns around Ireland, cafés, restaurants and pubs will make use of additional outdoor spaces for tables and chairs throughout the summer.
Cork Harbour Boat Hire is open now for their self drive and high speed RIB tours.
Spike Island can be booked via their website.
Cobh Heritage Centre tells the wonderful and multifaceted history of Queenstown.
Fota Wildlife Park has plenty of space so it’s not only the animals that are free to roam around. It is just 5 minutes from Cobh by road or 10 minutes on the train.
The gardens of Fota House are also a joy to wander around.
Cobh is easy to get to by train, bus or car. There are 2 large car parks within a short walk of the town centre that are free of charge. These are ideal for use by visitors as parking here makes for a leisurely visit. The Bishop’s Road also has ample free unlimited parking along most of its length.
Cobh is situated on Great Island so there are lots of quiet country roads to explore on foot or by bicycle.
Cobh is also an ideal place to base yourself to enjoy East Cork and Cork city.