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Aran Islands Hotel

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Kilronan, Inis Mor, Aran Islands
Kilronan
Co. Galway
Email: info@aranislandshotel.com
Tel: +353 (0) 99 61104

The hotel has 22 standard en-suite bedrooms, including five magnificent Kingsize bedrooms with balconies and spectacular views of Kileaney Bay and Kilronan Harbour.

All bedrooms are spacious and beautifully appointed and include facilities such as TV, Direct Dial Telephone, ISDN, Trouser Press, Hair-Dryer, Tea / Coffee Making Facilities. The entire hotel is fully accessible for our disabled visitors.

The Mills Inn

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Ballyvourney
Macroom
Co. Cork
Email: info@millsinn.ie
Tel: +353 (0) 26 45237
Proprietor: Don O'Leary

The Mills Inn Hotel, is the perfect place to experience the true traditional Irish village life and values. Sumptuous food, affordable accommodation and great atmosphere and traditional music sessions. A place where you will find a true Irish welcome of hospitality and friendship where you can relax and be yourself.

Ring of Kerry Hotel - John D's Bar

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Valentia Road
Caherciveen
Co. Kerry
Email: ringhotel@eircom.net
Tel: +353 (0) 66 947 2543
Proprietor: Maura McCarthy

John D's Bar is a great local hang out. Here you will find the atmosphere of a true Irish pub. Whether relaxing over a late-night drink in our Residents Lounge or mingling with locals and guests in John D's Bar, you can't mistake the distinctive warmth and welcome of Ring of Kerry Hotel.

O'Sheas Bar

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North Square
Sneem
Co. Kerry
Email: dosheas@eircom.net
Tel: +353 (0) 64 664 5515
Proprietor: Garbhan & Mary Kavanagh

Located in the North Square of Sneem (previous tidy town winner). The building is painted bright pink so its unmissable! The traditional pub front has featured in tourist guide books, postcards, calenders and TV. The pub interior is comfortable and has an open turf fire in the winter and patio area for the summer months overlooking the river.

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The Beach Day's Bar & B&B
Middlequarter
Inishbofin

Tel: +353 (0) 95 45829
Email: info@thebeach.ie

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Live Music

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Crokes Bar
Market Street
Tramore

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Email: crokespub@gmail.com

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Beer Garden

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De Barra's
55 Pearse Street
Clonakilty

Tel: +353 (0)23 8833381
Email: eolas@debarra.ie

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Function Room

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The Travellers Inn
Main Street
Milford

Tel: +353 (0) 74 9163499
Email: info@thetravellersinn.com

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The VFI is a strong National Trade Association for pubs outside the greater Dublin area. We work on our members' behalf to promote and protect their interests and give advice to members on topics such as licensing laws, employment legislation, planning matters and much more.


Many of our members are featured on this website, so if you’re looking for a genuine Irish pub we have a pub that will cater for your needs. Irish pubs have been replicated worldwide – but the best of them are here in Ireland.


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