At the Commodore Hotel, visitors to Cobh, County Cork will find a friendly atmosphere and comfortable accommodation. Each of the 40 guest rooms is decorated to a high standard and fitted with direct dial telephone, TV, and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Laundry service is also available.
When not out exploring Cobh, guests can enjoy a candlelit dinner overlooking the harbour at the hotel’s States Restaurant. For a casual dining experience or relaxing drink, there’s O'Shea's Bar and Bistro.
Cobh is a port town formerly known as Queenstown. In the 19th and 20th centuries, it was a major point of embarkment for Irish emigrants and was also the final port of call of the Titanic. Its history comes to life at The Queenstown Story, local heritage centre and Cobh Museum.
In the East Cork region, visitors will also find the Fota Wildlife Park, Jameson Heritage Centre and Blarney Castle. Cork City is just a 30-minute drive away.
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- Discount Rate - % Senior Citizens : 10
- Discount Rate - % Adult Groups in Excess or 20 : 10
- Discount Rate - % reduction for Children under 12 : 50