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B&B 19th Century Lodge Overlooking Cork Harbour

Ireland Bed and Breakfast and Spa Centre on Fota Island County Cork.

With lovely views overlooking Cork Harbour, our Bijoux rustic lodge offers a cozy and comfortable stay within the grounds of a unique healing and wellbeing centre.
The property comprises of the kitchenette, shower room, double bedroom and living/dining area, giving way to a secluded porch with seating. There is a beautiful shared garden where guests can enjoy a game of croquet or a relaxing glass of wine while overlooking the beautiful Cobh harbour.
Enjoy stunning walks along the harbour promenade or surrounding countryside, with small beaches all within easy reach. This property is most suitable for a couple and child or single traveller wishing to escape from the stress of life.
Shops, Pubs, Restaurants and small beaches are within easy reach. The Cobh Heritage Centre and Titanic Trail are also nearby.

To make your stay more relaxing we provide the following in your rental charge: Welcome pack, linen and daily fresh towels, flame effect fire, travel cot, TV, video, DVD player, CD, microwave and off road parking. Heating by oil filled radiators, and electricity. One small pet welcome is also welcome.
Easily accessible are the popular attractions of Fota Wildlife Park, Trabolgan Holiday Centre, Blarney Castle and the Midleton Distillery.

The lodge is adjacent to Holistic Clinic, which houses a wide range of complementary therapies and health practitioners. Guests at the Lodge will enjoy first preference on treatments and also a 10% discount. There are luxurious beauty therapies as well as acupuncture, cranial osteopathy, homeopathy, reflexology, colonic hydrotherapy, kinesiology, massage, counseling, life coaching and chiropody.
Cobh itself is steeped in history with strong ties to the Famine, the Titanic and the Lusitania.
The town is friendly and bustling, with the magnificent St Colman's Cathedral standing sentinel over the town. The promenade is the ideal place to sit, eat an ice cream and watch the world go by.

Amenities

1 BR, 1 bed(s) 2 pers, 1 BA,
  • Kitchen
  • Kitchenette
  • Refrigerator
  • Oven
  • Coffee Maker
  • Iron
  • Linens provided
  • Television
  • Internet access
  • Wi-fi
  • Parking

Activities

  • Restaurants
  • Shopping
  • Golf
  • Sea : about 10 mn on foot

Points of Interest

  • The Cobh Heritage Centre is a museum located in Cobh, County Cork, Ireland. It is attached to Cobh railway station.
  • Fota Wildlife Park is a 100-acre wildlife park located on Fota Island, near Carrigtwohill, County Cork, Ireland.
  • Spike Island is an island of 103 Acres in Cork Harbour, Ireland. Originally the site of a monastic settlement, the island is dominated by an 18th-century-star fort named Fort Mitchel
  • Great Island is the name of an island in Cork Harbour, just outside Cork city, at the mouth of the River Lee.
  • Barryscourt Castle is a castle located in eastern County Cork in southern Ireland, close to the town of Carrigtwohil.

Rates

per night, from € 95

Additional information

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Location :

Bed and Breakfast > Ireland > Cork County > Fota Island

  • Nearby city/cities : Fota Island
  • Nearest airport : Main Airport Cork - by car or taxi 30 mins
  • Nearest train station : Bus link to Cork train station from Cork Airport.Cork to Cobh trains run daily.

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Deirdre

Deirdre

Spoken languages : English

Cobh Cork
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