The Blue House was built in 1860. It is only 2 minutes walk from the harbour, shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. Guests have their own independent front door and patio area. There is crockery & cutlery available if guests want to eat-in, however no microwave/hob. The neighbourhood is delightful with lots to do and see including The Titanic experience, The Heritage Centre & Spike Island. Getting to Cork city is a 20 min drive or 25 min by train or direct bus - both very near to the house.
Welcome to the Mews, Benmore House. The Mews is a converted Coachhouse with two bedrooms (both ensuite), a fully fitted kitchen, utility room, dining/living room with open gas fire. ** Suitable for CHILDREN 7 and over ** It is set in a gated courtyard of an 1850 Victorian house in mature gardens, overlooking Cork Harbour, 10 minutes walk from the historic and beautiful seaside town of Cobh. We have minimum stay of 2 nights and offer a 1O% Discount for a seven night stay.
The ambience of this home warm and cosy, with the central focus on the beautiful double sided stove in an open plan living space. Two bedrooms library and bathroom are located at the rear of the house. This house has been recently refurbished. From the patio at the rear garden, a glorious panoramic view of the famous Cork harbour, looking directly out towards Roches Point (from which the Titanic had its final departure).