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Pam was an amazing host! So warm and inviting. Her breakfast spread was delicious and beautifully set. She always greeted us when we came back from an outing with interesting stories and a warm cup of coffee. The home was so cute, the rooms were...More
I have been to Ireland 3 times - this trip I was traveling with my daughter and 3 grandchildren (Ages 1, 2 and 8) and we wanted visit the FOTA Wildlife Park so we decided to stay in Cobh and take the train to FOTA....More
Our family of 4 thoroughly enjoyed our stay at The Knockeven House. Pam was the perfect Irish hostess. We were blown away by her home. We felt like we were in an episode of Downton Abbey. The decor was breathtaking. The amenities were impressive. Pam...More
Not even sure where to begin with this review. Knockeven House was incredible and Pam just might be one of the most amazing people we met on our travels throughout Ireland. Our room was exceptionally clean and curated, and her breakfast (particularly her scones!) was...More
We went to the town of Cobh looking for Heritage and Titanic museums with pubs nearby. All was at the docks and shoreline.
Check. But we needed a place to stay and had not arranged ahead of time. So we went to the tourist office...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.