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The Commodore Hotel is located in the historic and beautiful town of Cobh. This 2 star Georgian residence overlooks Cobh harbour and is one of the most renowned hotels in town. The hotel offers guests a wide range of facilities with it’s 42 elegantly designed bedrooms, many with superb views over Cobh harbour, a choice of restaurants and hotel bar. The Commodore really does cater for everyone’s needs.
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The hotel is located just 25 minutes drive from Cork city centre about 19 km, N25 Rosslare, Waterford and Cobh route, take the 3rd exit off the dual carriage way onto the R624 which will bring you to Cobh. The hotel is located in the centre of Cobh town opposite the harbour.
You can also take the train from Cork city train station, these trains depart Cork approximately every hour and also take only 25 minutes.
Outside of the hotel, Cobh and its surrounding areas has a lot to see and do. The hotel is located only a few minutes from the Heritage Centre and Museum which goes through the history of Queenstown Emigration and also the Irish famine. You can take part in the Titanic Train – a guided walking tour revealing the locations and incidents connected to the Titanic.
For the people who are interested in the outdoors, Fota Wildlife Park is situated in Little Island, very close to Cobh. The park features over 90 varieties of animals ranging from Giraffes to Cheetahs. The park also has a café and gift shop.
The Commodore Hotel is situated only a few minutes walk from many tourist attractions which played a big part in the towns past such as St. Colemans Cathedral, Cobh Heritage Museum and Cobh Museum.
The Commodore Hotel is renowned for its high level of service, with many return guests benefiting from three generations of exceptional service. The hotel offers a mixture of old world elegance and charm with all the modern amenities and services to meet the needs of the modern traveller.
In the past Cobh formerly known as Queenstown was the main port of Irish emigration, this was where the Titanic last docked and where many survivors of the Lusitania ship were brought to.
The hotel offers 42 bedrooms each one spacious and very well decorated all with ensuite facilities combining both comfort with modern convenience.
Each bedroom offers many facilities as standard such as Direct Dial phone, Multi channel TV, tea/coffee making facilities and laundry service.
Baby-sitting service available, fully licensed, pitch and putt, golf nearby, fishing nearby, evening entertainment, a la Carte menus.
Marianne Broendum from Middelfart
Anonymous from Swords
as this was revisiting where my sister and I lived as children it was a trip down memory lane and we loved the view and 'faded glory' feel of the hotel, but it is stuck in a time warp and we would only use it again for similar reasons
Agnieszka from Birr
Stayed 05-2009A few friends
States Restaurant is the main hotel restaurant with beautiful views out over the harbour. The restaurant has an excellent reputation for fabulous gourmet food inspired by traditional Irish recipes and also Mediterranean flair. The varied menu uses only the finest of Irish ingredients and caters for everyone’s needs. The restaurant also offers a great list of fine wines served to you by professional and friendly staff.
O' Sheas Bar is an excellent place to unwind with a drink after a heavy day of sightseeing listening to the hotels resident musicians. Here you can mingle with tourists and locals alike, the bar has a very friendly atmosphere.
You can also choose to dine informally here in the Captains Table Restaurant surrounded by a great collection of maritime memorabilia.
If the bar isn’t for you, you can choose to kick back and relax in the hotels lounge area next to the roaring fire.
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