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Commodore Hotel
Cobh, Co. Cork
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The Commodore Hotel is situated overlooking Cork Harbour in the charming town of Cobh, County Cork. Ideally located for visiting the Titanic Experience, the Queenstown Heritage Centre, Fota Wildlife Park or Spike Island, amongst other attractions.

Guests will experience harbour, heritage and homegrown hospitality from the moment they arrive at the Commodore Hotel. An elegant Georgian residence, the Commodore Hotel is located directly on the main street of Cobh overlooking Cork Harbour, second largest natural harbour in the world. Each of the 40 guest rooms is unique, and many are decorated to highlight their Georgian features with high ceilings and large windows. Live entertainment is available and our friendly bar staff will update you with our schedule.

The Commodore Hotel is the perfect location to experience everything East Cork has to offer, such as St Coleman’s Cathedral, Queenstown Heritage Centre, Titanic Experience, Spike Island, Cobh Museum, Fota House and Gardens, and the Jameson Whiskey Heritage Centre. The Titanic Trail Walking Tour leaves the hotel at 1100 daily. Fota Wildlife Park - which is a must-see for families - is only ten minutes by train ride away. For the golf enthusiast, there are many golf courses to choose from, Fota Island Golf Resort being the most renowned. Cobh Golf Club is a parkland-style course which has an island green. For the angler, Cobh is an ideal location given its proximity to Cork Harbour and its famed quality of angling.

Located only thirty minutes drive from Cork Airport, or Ringaskiddy Ferry Port, and with its close proximity to major roads and rail routes, the Commodore Hotel is easily accessible for all visitors.

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Westbourne Place,Cobh,Co Cork,Republic of Ireland
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