O’Neill’s Bar in Allihies is as famous for its warm atmosphere, as it is for its bright red facade.
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The family-run pub and restaurant offers a great welcome to locals and visitors alike, and you won’t be here long before you get to enjoy live music, great conversation, or a sing-song in front of the fire. You’re more than welcome to join in with the singing and playing if the mood takes you!
A Sense of History
Photographs and notices from the famous Allihies copper mines are on the walls and the Allihies Copper Mine Museum is only a short stroll away in this small but lively village. The pub’s stunning mural shows you the mines and the Slieve Miskish mountains that lie behind them, and it hints at the hiking trails and walking routes nearby. In fact, O’Neill’s Bar is the perfect place to take a break while you’re exploring Beara’s wild terrain, and sandy beaches.
Enjoy the excellent bar food during the day, or book your table for dinner in the lovely Pluais Umha restaurant upstairs. A carefully-chosen, expertly cooked seasonal menu is on offer in the elegant dining room. It’s the perfect spot to celebrate a special occasion, or to make the most of a summer’s evening in Ireland’s most westerly village.