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Blarney Castle Hotel

Blarney Castle Hotel

Blarney Castle Hotel, while visiting Blarney enjoy a trip to Blarney Castle Hotel and be sure and take time out to enjoy a drink in "Johnny's" public bar in Blarney village which has kept its unspoilt character. It is renowned for its excellent pints of Guinness, and local brews such as Beamish & Murphy's. You will be met by courteous and good humoured staff at the Blarney Castle Hotel, enjoy your stay..

Blairs Inn Blarney

Blairs Inn

Blairs Inn occupying a secluded, riverside setting in the heart of the country, is a traditional family run pub, located only five minutes from Blarney. In season, real coal fires flicker on the wooden interior of the lounge bar and the candlelit Snug and Pantry restaurant. Every Monday night from May to September Blairs Inn is the venue for a lively Irish Music Session, which is attended by locals and visitors from all over the world. Quality Kenmare Seafood and Cork farm produce provide the foundations of their menus, enjoyed in the lounge, bar and restaurant. Weather permitting, you may dine outside in the peaceful garden bounded by the Owenageara, the Sheep River, where in summer trout can be seen to rise.

Muskerry Arms

Muskerry Arms situated in the heart of Blarney first established in 1838, this pub holds much character and heritage within its walls. The premises is owned by the O'Connor family since 1984 and is managed by the O'Connor Family. Enjoy a drink in the Muskerry Arms with music ranging from traditional to contemporary to ballad sessions every Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Live music also every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday nights. Set in the beautiful wooded countryside of Blarney just 5 miles from Cork. The Muskerry Arms was named after the Muskerry Tram line, which serviced the village up until 1830.

Muskerry Arms Pub Blarney Cork

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