From the moment you arrive you will appreciate our hospitality, welcome our friendliness and marvel in the history that surrounds you. An elegant Georgian building, the Commodore Hotel is located directly on the main street of Cobh, overlooking Cork Harbour, one of the largest natural harbours in the world. The harbour is home to the Port of Cork Cruise Liner Terminal, which welcomes more than 60 cruise liners and their passengers to the town each year.
Many of our staff are local, from the town of Cobh itself, and have worked at the hotel for many years. We will do the utmost to make your stay a truly memorable one. Whether you would like to enjoy the company of locals in our bar, or watch the liners dock from the privacy of your own room, we will be on hand to cater for your requirements. We will be only too delighted and proud to discuss the hotel, town history and other interesting visitor attractions nearby. Our aim is for you to enjoy your stay; we want you to come back time and time again
Cobh, formerly known as Queenstown, is steeped in maritime history. It was formerly a Royal Naval port, the main point of embarkation for those who emigrated from Ireland following the great famine, and a port of call for transatlantic liners. In fact, it was the final port of call for the Titanic and the nearest port to the stricken Lusitania.
Located just 30 minutes from Cork Airport, Ringaskiddy Ferry Port and with its close proximity to major roads and rail routes, the Commodore Hotel is easily accessible for all visitors. If driving, please note that the town of Cobh is located on the Great Island in Cork Harbour, so from Cork follow the N25 Rosslare route; take the turn off marked R624 for Cobh. Our Loc8code for sat navigation is W8N-64-5TK. The Commodore Hotel is a 5 minute walk to Cobh Train Station which has direct connections to Cork, Dublin, and other Iarnrod Eireann routes.
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