Bellavista Hotel & Self-Catering Suites

Spy Hill, Bishops Road, Cobh, County Cork, Ireland

3 Star
The Bellavista Hotel is situated above the picturesque tourist town of Cobh, Co. Cork in the south of Ireland. The Bellavista Hotel prides itself on offering a wide range of quality and luxurious accommodation to suit all needs.

Choose from their range of Hotel Rooms, each decorated individually to make you feel all the comforts of home and relax in style or else choose one of their Self-Catering suites so you and your family can come and go as you please. They even have larger Self-Catering Suites which can sleep up to 8 people to suit larger group bookings.

Their traditional Irish bar with open fire and live music every Friday and Saturday opens out into the hotel lounge which contains uninterrupted sea views. Each year during the summer months anywhere between 50 and 60 large cruise liners sail up the harbour to berth at Cobhs deep water quay. These liners can be seen from our balcony at the front of the hotel off the bar which is the ideal place to relax with friends and family when the sun is shining with a view like no other.

The Bellavista Hotel has a 24 hour reception service to cater for your needs through the day and night. They also have a beautiful Oriental Restaurant serving food daily from 5:00 until 11:00. Many of their rooms have fantastic views of Spike Island, which was at one point Ireland's Alcatraz.
If you are looking for accommodation in Cork, The Bellavista Hotel is the place for you. Situated above the town of Cobh, The Bellavista offers uninterrupted, panoramic views of Cork Harbour, the second largest natural harbour in the world and Cobh Cathedral. They have 16 hotel bedrooms and 11 self-catering suites on site and more self-catering suites in the town centre giving their dedicated team the ability to put you at the centre of their attention during the course of your visit so you get a first class experience from booking to check out.

Spike Island no long acts as a working prison but instead is one of Ireland's leading and fastest growing tourist attractions, you can now get a boat from Cobh across and get a tour of the Island to get a taste of what life was like in the prison as well as the islands history. The Bellavista Hotel is only a 3 minute walk from Cobh town centre where there is a good night life with a wide selection of pubs and restaurants.

Cobh also is a hive of activity during the day for tourists of all ages, with walking tours of the town, the Titanic Experience, the Heritage Centre, Titanic Gardens, Cobh Cathedral, Escapade Cobh and much more. With so much to do and some of the best views around, the Bellavista Hotel is your ideal location for an upcoming break.
Accommodation Amenities
  • 3 Star
  • Accessible
  • Balcony
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Children Welcome
  • Dog Friendly
  • Double Room
  • DVD Player
  • Failte Ireland Safety Charter
  • Family Room
  • Off Road Parking
  • Open Fire
  • Restaurant
  • Sleeps up to 2
  • Sleeps up to 3
  • Sleeps up to 4
  • Sleeps up to 5
  • Sleeps up to 7
  • Sleeps up to 8
  • TV
  • Twin Room
  • WiFi


Things To Do Nearby


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Town: Fota
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Town: Carrigtwohill
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Town: Blarney
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