Bella Vista Hotel & Self Catering Suites
AddressSpy Hill, Bishop's Road CobhSee nearby area
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In the town of Cobh, the family-owned Bella Vista Hotel overlooks Cork Harbour. This luxurious Victorian villa offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, a traditional Irish Bar, restaurant and free parking.
Bedrooms at The Bella Vista Hotel & Self Catering Suites feature a satellite LCD HDTV and tea/coffee-making facilities. Bathrooms have baths and showers and most rooms have views of Cork Harbour, the second largest natural harbour in the world.
The award-winning Continental Restaurant has ocean views and serves European and Chinese food. The cosy Full Rustic Bar offers Guinness, a fine selection of whiskeys and open fires. Each morning, you can enjoy a buffet breakfast of homemade brown bread, scones, and muffins, as well as cereals or a full Irish breakfast.
Cobh town centre is just a 5-minute walk away and fishing is available at the harbour. There are around 30 golf courses within a 30-minute drive.
Bella Vista caters to fishing groups and is able to organise boat hire for fishing trips as well as fishing tackle and equipment.
The hotel is open 365 days a year including Christmas Day. Guests with special wishes are welcome to contact the hotel directly using the contact details on the booking confirmation.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Breakfast in the room
- Bicycle rental
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Designated smoking area
- Facilities for disabled guests
- 24-hour front desk
- Ticket service
- VIP room facilities
- Room service
- Snack bar
- Car hire
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
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