Knockeven House B&B, Cobh
There is a unique warmth and sense of serenity at Knockeven House. It recaptures the charm of the past quietude in a relaxing friendly atmosphere. The personal attention is evident from the moment you step inside where traditional hospitality and courteous service are a way of life.
Tailor made for peace and quiet, this 1840 period house offers respite from the hectic pace of everyday life, in the finest traditions of Country House hospitality.
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At Knockeven house Bed & Breakfast, splendid oversized guestrooms are individually decorated with impeccable taste and style. Gracious living is evident throughout with authentic fabrics and exquisitely detailed furniture.
Guests are spoilt with stunning displays of magnolias, azaleas and camellias. Fluffy white towels, terry cloth robes and molten brown toiletries, all combine to provide that luxury feel.
Overlooking one of the largest natural harbours of the world, Cobh used to be known as Queenstown and has many an historic tale to tell. Steeped in history and heritage that you will find it easy to step back in time and savour the experiences of bygone eras.
Queenstown, was the centre of Irish emigration and the last port of call of the Titanic.