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Hotels near Crosshaven
The Carrigaline Court Hotel is located only 7.3 kilometres and is the closest hotel to the scenic fishing village of Crosshaven. Crosshaven can also be reached by Bus, please find a link to the Bus Eireann timetables
The village is located in a scenic area with spectacular views of Currabinny Wood as well as Cork Harbour. When searching for hotels in Cork near Crosshaven, the Carrigaline Court Hotel is ideally located for touring the village and its surrounding areas (sometimes the hotel is often referred to as the Crosshaven Hotel!) There are a range of outdoor activities which can be enjoyed in Crosshaven and it’s surrounding areas, the most popular being sailing.
Established in 1966. the Royal Cork Yacht Club in Crosshaven, is the world’s oldest yacht club. The club was established at the Cove of Cork, which is now known as Cobh. In 1966 the Royal Cork Yacht Club merged with the Royal Munster Yacht Club, which made the Royal Munster’s club house its headquarters.
The yacht club is home to a range of sailing events each year, one such event being “Cork Week” (formerly known as Ford week) which is Ireland’s largest international sailing regatta. The event is held in July every two years where entrants travel from all over the world travel to Crosshaven to enjoy one of the world’s premier sailing events. When it comes to Cork Week hotels or Crosshaven hotels, the Carrigaline Court Hotel is the closest hotel to the event and for years the hotel has welcomed guests from all over the world including Australia, Belgium, Canada, England amongst many other countries.
Other than sailing, Crosshaven is also home to Camden fort which is a popular tourist attraction given its breathtaking views of Cork Harbour and Cobh, the last port of call for the ill-fated Titanic. There are many beaches nearby Crosshaven, for more information, visit our beaches in Cork page!
Crosshaven also has many popular walks to enjoy, one being the beautiful walk from Kilnagleary, near Carrigaline, into Crosshaven. Walk by the scenic Owenabue River all the way to the harbour where you will be able to view many species of birds and wildlife along the way. There is also great history behind this walk as the old Cork to Crosshaven railway line used to run along the walkway from 1904 to 1932.
Relax and unwind after sightseeing in the sailing village of Crosshaven in the most renowned and welcoming Cork Restaurants, the Bistro Restaurant with its relaxed ambience and professional staff.
How far is Crosshaven to Carrigaline?
Crosshaven to Carrigaline is 7km away, which is only a 11 min drive by car.
For inspiration on things to do in Cork, visit our Breaks Page