Each of the 42 guest rooms are decorated to a high standard, each features
direct dial telephone, multi channel TV, and Tea and Coffee making facilities. It is an ideal place to relax and unwind, whilst experiencing the chefs delights of mouth watering dishes in Traditional and Mediterranean style cuisine, while enjoying a view of the harbour. A bright modern 4 storey building. A medium size welcoming reception with plenty of seating areas overlooking the harbour. Built in 1854, this Hotel is reported to be one of the first purpose built hotels in Ireland. ** PLEASE NOTE THE SWIMMING POOL WILL BE CLOSED 01/01/08 - 11/05/08 AND 01/09/08 - 31/12/08 **(RT08/07)
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Set in the town of Cobh, County Cork, overlooking one of the world natural harbours, it is formally known as Queenstown. Queenstown was the centre of the Irish emigration of the last port of call of The Titanic.