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Seven of us stayed for two nights at this wonderful B&B. The rooms were wonderful, comfortable and the breakfast was delicious. I can say that about plenty of places but Pam is the reason my review gets five stars. She went out of her way...More
We were greeted with fresh scones and tea and visited with the host by the fire while warming up from the rainy day. The house was impressive, the rooms were clean and spacious, and breakfast was delicious. Pam was very friendly and welcoming. Also, Cobh...More
We stayed in this fabulous b&b on a very rainy bank holiday. It's the little extra thoughtful touches that make this places special. We were greeted with fresh scones and tea at an open fire. The rooms are immaculately clean and the bathroom was spotless....More
Going to Cobh can be a bit sad when you know your ancestors left on ships to find a place to live after the famine. It was very heartwarming to return to such a beautiful place to think on it. Pam is so sweet and...More
We booked on to the Knockeven very late on 10th April after an very traumatic experience at the photo island resort. We arrived after having a wonderful meal in the Trade Winds in Cobh and were looked after by Pam is if we were her...More
It is definitely a hike into town centre - maybe 20 to 25 minutes and some of it not the best walk in the world (car traffic). We had a car a drove into town, although parking is difficult. We did get lucky parking around... More
It is definitely a hike into town centre - maybe 20 to 25 minutes and some of it not the best walk in the world (car traffic). We had a car a drove into town, although parking is difficult. We did get lucky parking around the cathedral however.