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Commodore Hotel

  • children welcome
  • credit card accepted
  • internet access
  • parking available
  • tv in bedroom
  • wine licence

Contact Information

Commodore Hotel
John Gately
4 Westbourne Place, Cobh,

Telephone: +353 (0)21 481-1277

If you really want to get the feel and be part of the legendary harbour town of Cobh in East Cork, you couldn't be better placed than at The Commodore Hotel, which is right o...

Commodore Hotel
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All Year (Except December 25th)
Number of Rooms:
46 - See website for more details.
The Club Cafe & Grill
O'Shea's Bar & Brasserie
Credit Cards: Yes
Parking: Yes
Spa: No
Swimming Pool: No
Wifi: Yes

About The Hotel

If you really want to get the feel and be part of the legendary harbour town of Cobh in East Cork, you couldn't be better placed than at The Commodore Hotel, which is right on the main street coming into the town, overlooking all of the harbour activity and awesome visiting liners moored on your doorstep.

Just 30 minutes from Cork Airport, Cobh is steeped in rich maritime history, not to mention having been the last port of call of the White Star Line RMS Titanic before it departed in 1912 to the US and its ill fated date with an iceberg. It also played a part in the rescue and recovery of victims when the Cunard Line passenger ship RMS Lusitania was torpedoed and sunk during WWI by a German Upboat in 1915. So there is so much to see and investigate in Cobh which is a stunningly pretty town. History apart there's a wealth of great shopping plus bars and restaurants too. The harbour welcomes more than 60 cruise liners and their passengers to the town each year, so there’s always a buzz.

From the moment you set foot in The Commodore, you’ll know you made the right choice. The staff here are friendly and attentive, eager to make sure that you have the best possible stay from the moment you check in to the moment you walk back out again.

As is often the case with classic Georgian buildings, each of the guestrooms is unique with many featuring high ceilings and large windows, so there is great variety when it comes to rooms, from standard singles to family rooms to deluxe double rooms with a seaview.

I recommend you opt for a seaview room as, given the location, it’s definitely worth it to add some of the gorgeous rugged visual ambiance to your stay. Their standard rooms are attractive and well-appointed, featuring en-suite bathrooms with complimentary toiletries, tea/coffee, TV, WiFi and, of course, a hair dryer – Iron and ironing board available on request. They also have a lovely roof garden on top of the hotel which is an ideal spot to view St. Colman’s Cathedral and Cork Harbour below.

When it comes to food and drink, you won’t be disappointed, with O’Sheas Bar offering a great assortment of tasty bar bites as well as more substantial plates to enjoy over a pint and a bit of banter. Or, for a cool and casual restaurant vibe, check out their delightful Club Café & Grill.

When you’re not enjoying the amenities of the hotel, be sure to take advantage of its central location in Cobh, just a stone’s throw from visitor attractions like the Titanic experience, Cobh museum or the Jameson Whiskey Heritage centre. Fota Island Wildlife Park, an absolute must for families, is just a ten minute train ride or drive away.

Whether you want to visit Cobh for the food and drink, its rich history, the gorgeous terrain, or perhaps for the golf or fishing, which are big draws in the summer, be sure to visit The Commodore Hotel.

You won’t be disappointed.

By The Way - there is a very convenient continuous harbour ferry operating from Cobh to Passage West taking you across the River Lee in 5 minutes giving you very quick access to Cork City or on to West Cork for day trips.

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