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Commodore Hotel Cobh Commodore Hotel Cobh Commodore Hotel Cobh

Commodore Hotel Cobh

County Cork

Tel: +353 (0)21 481 1277
Fax: +353 (0)21 481 1672

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From the moment you arrive at one of the most well known hotels in Cobh County Cork you will appreciate our hospitality, welcome our friendliness and marvel in the history that surrounds you. An elegant Georgian residence overlooking one of the largest natural harbours of the world, The Commodore Hotel is located on the streets of Cobh, formally known as Queenstown with many an historic tale to tell.

Wherever you are in the South West of Ireland you are never far from a Golf Course. The scenery is inspiring, the green fees reasonable and the clubhouses welcoming.

Each lends itself to an inspiring game of golf. Golfing visitors should be reminded that green fees vary from course to course and to secure a tee time bookings should be made in advance.

Within twenty minutes drive from the Commodore Hotel golfers have an excellent choice of thrilling courses to choose from: Cobh Golf Club, Fota Island Golf Club, Cork Colf Club, and East Cork Golf Club.

Given the hotel's proximity to Cork airport it makes an ideal location for that weekend break in Cork.

Hotel accommodation in Cork doesn't get much better than The Commodore hotel in Cobh. Each of our forty-two spacious guest rooms is decorated to the highest standards and are matched by elegant bathrooms. Each guestroom features direct dial telephone, multi-channel TV, laundry service and tea and coffee making facilities. Many enjoy magnificent uninterrupted views over Cork Harbour.

The Commodore Hotel Cobh is renowned for its individual personal service. Guests return time and time again for the warm welcome, courtesy and charm. It unites the atmosphere of an old world hotel with the ambience and amenities expected by today's discerning guests.

There are many opportunities to relax, unwind and soak up the friendly atmosphere in the bars and lounge areas of the Commodore Hotel Cobh.

Visitors may choose to dine informally in the Captains Table Restaurant amid the fine collection of maritime memorabilia, relax in the bar with our resident musicians and friendly locals or simply disappear to the lounge and sit by the fire.

Whatever you choose you are assured of discreet professional service with a warm smile at all times.



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