Waters Edge Hotel

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Waters Edge Hotel

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The WatersEdge Hotel is a special venue in every sense of the word. Nestled in the harbour town of Cobh near Cork , and situated on the waterfront, we really have got “rooms with a view”. Whilst keeping its boutique feel and style, the accommodation at the WatersEdge Hotel is anything but small. Our large balcony rooms are spacious and comfortable with a waterside terrace that is hard to leave.

Our rooms are comfortable and spacious with large windows, most of which overlook the wonder that is the harbour outside. All rooms are equiped with direct dial telephones, satelite tv's, hair dryer, WIFI, and tea/coffee making facilities.

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Contact Us

(Next to Cobh Heritage Centre) , ,
Yacht Club Quay,, Cobh, Co Cork

++353 (0)21 4815566





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