The pub, over 100 years old and still within the same family is a truly special place to visit. A large feature open fire with a mantle of bog wood dug from a nearby beach and carved and installed by the proprietor Adrienne is just one example. The stained glass, drawings and sculptures are others. Set in a rural setting on the Dingle Peninsula - North West of Dingle Town. On the Wild Atlantic Way and the Slea Head Drive which is the loop drive around the Peninsula it is the perfect stop or indeed a place to stay for a few days and soak up what is on offer.
The accommodation has two offerings that include WiFi throughout and free parking
Option 1 - the Brewers Lodge is a self-contained unit of three bedrooms with an open plan kitchen and dining room with an open fire and access to the large garden.
Option 2 - four en suite rooms with access to a shared kitchen and living room with open fire.