Cosy pub with great seafood a friendly ambiance, maritime history and great music (often outdoors)
Great food, lovely family run pub in a seaside village accessible by bus. Often live music outside on a Sunday afternoon.
Not at all biased because it's my families pub... but this really is a GEM of a place. The walls are like a permanent exhibition of local and maritime history, so you will never be bored. There's such a friendly atmosphere, always banter from the bar staff and customers, so it's easy to pop in on…
“Some great sights to visit include the legendary Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle. For many of the visitors to Blarney, their first priority is to kiss the famous Blarney Stone high up on the Castle. ”
“Great deal for the weekdays, a Pint and a full size pizza €10, can`t be missed! And this is also where they brew their beer and ales.”
“Nice bistro, good food, good value. The bar is pleasant, with occasional entertainment.”
“Take a small boat out to the lighthouse. Summer only, see www.ballycottonislandlighthousetours.ie for more details.”