The Old Thatch is one of the oldest licenced premises in the South of Ireland. It has been owned and run by the same family for over 300 years. The pub was renovated in 1962, and was restored in keeping with the thatched roof. The inside ceiling is made of Irish willow twig, which gives a warm overall effect.
The Old Thatch is one of the oldest licenced premises in the South of Ireland.
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