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Youghal is a very historic walled port town with numerous interesting sites to see. It is also a modern vibrant town with blue flag beaches. In the heart of it all is Moby Dick’s Pub with its unique water front setting. Little wonder then that John Huston and Gregory Peck based themselves in Moby Dick’s Pub for the duration of the film.
Market Square, Youghal-Lands, Youghal, Co. Cork
Open turf fires and the warmest of welcomes await you in this family run hotel in the Historic walled port of Youghal. Our rooms exude comfort and luxury, stylishly furnished with Antiques and paintings. Our Famous Seafood Bar and Restaurant specialise in the freshest of the local landed SEAFOOD (Lobster, Oysters, Crab Prawns, Mussels, Salmon, Squid, Sole etc today’s catch). Our Bar is renowned for its friendliness; you will enjoy a chat with the locals along with your Guinness & Seafood. The Historic Port of Youghal (the Old Town Walls built in the 12th Century are still intact) is one of Irelands Heritage Towns and is steeped in history.
Traditional family owned bar established in 1953 by Bertie & Una Dempsey. At Berties a member of the Dempsey family is always on hand meet, greet and treat you. Longstanding in its support for all local organisations and events, all sporting occasions, be it the All Ireland Final or the local Donkey Derby – all events may be viewed on Dempseys large screen HD screen. Hidden to the rear is the spacious, heated beer garden for your ultimate relaxation. Berties cater for all parties and occasions, striving to ensure an enjoyable experience for everybody. The charm and the craic at Berties is attractive to all age groups and walks of life. All in all, a wonderful place to enjoy a perfect pint.
157 North main St, Youghal
Farrells Bar SummerfieldSit back, relax and enjoy a drink at Farrells Summerfiled Bar….you’lll be glad you called!
In the idylic setting of Summerfield Cross, a stonesthrow from Claycastle Beach, Farrells Summerfield Bar, a bar synonymous with Youghal, offers you all the comforts of a traditional pub, while at the same time all the comforts and style of to-day. Farrells is the go to place for a quiet drink in great company, a big party- what ever the occasion), or simply to watch your favourite sport on large screen T.V. (all sports shown). The magnificent outdoor heated beer garden is ideal for Summer relaxation. Large parties are catered for in the purpose built function rooms to cater for your event -no room charge- however, advance booking is essential to avoid disappointment.
Farrells Bar Summerfield, Youghal
This pub in Youghal has been in the same family since 1901, when it was bought by Michael Treacy, a local farmer. Previously, the pub had been in the ownership of the O’Mahony family, but it is not known how long it had been in operation. The pub is in the oldest part of Youghal, with Walter Raleigh’s house, which dates from the Elizabethan plantations of the 1560’s, to the rear of it, and thus this pub may have been in operation for several centuries. When it was bought in 1901, it was a one-roomed bar-cum-grocery, but the Treacy’s extended it by buying four adjoining cottages and converting the former homes into drinking quarters. In the 1940’s, Michael’s son Joe Treacy became licensee. As the business expanded, the farm was sold. Joe and his wife Maureen continued with the grocery and expanded the bar to include a singing lounge and dance floor. The singing and dancing continues today. The grocery is gone, and is now an off-licence with an eclectic range of beers and spirits and wines. It also has its own deli counter supplying homemade food to go, or to eat in the bar. Joe’s son Michael Treacy is […]
20 North Main Street Youghal Co Cork
The Quays BarDine at The Quays Bar & Restaurant on Youghal’s quayside – delicious and varied menus and stunning views of the harbour
The Quays Bar and restaurant is situated on Youghal’s quayside offering panoramic views across Youghal Bay. At the Quays you will experience some of the best food that the sunny south east has to offer – from morning coffees and fresh scones, carvery lunch, seafood chowder, smoked salmon and a selection of fresh cut sandwiches. We offer a wide selection of seafood—perhaps you may prefer one of our prime succulent steaks- sirloin, fillet or rib-eye. To quench your thirst we stock a wide selection of wines, local craf beers and of course our amazing Irish Coffee. Youghal Tourist Office is just next door to The Quays, making us an ideal place to plan your day’s activities in comfort – be it a taking on Youghal’s Heritage Walking Trail, a Boat Trip up the Blackwater. Whatever your activity you will find a warm welcome, good food, good company and service at The Quays Bar. FREE parking available for coaches and private vehicles.
The Quays Bar, Youghal
The Red StoreSet in a renovated Grain Store building, the Red Store in Youghal, Co Cork, is a modern bar/restaurant.
Set in a renovated Grain Store building, the Red Store in Youghal, Co Cork, is a modern bar/restaurant. Situated adjacent to the Raleigh Quarter of Youghal, the Red Store bar is a great place to come and relax. Enjoy coffee, scones and sumptuous homemade jam from 12.30pm daily. A carvery lunch and extensive bar food menu is available from 12 noon to 9pm daily. For private functions, the first floor restaurant can accommodate up to fifty people – ideal for family events and functions. . The combination of Irish Oak finishes, old Youghal brickwork and low vaulted ceiling provides a distinctive atmosphere for all groups large or small.
50 North Main Street Youghal
The beauty of Youghal speaks for itself-where Cork meets Waterford, where the Blackwater meets the Celtic Sea, and where strong traditions meet the present day. There’s no better way to take in that beauty than with a walk along the Strand. And while you’re down here, call into Clancy’s for a bit of refreshment-be it at the bar, in the dining room or in our beer garden. Clancy’s Bar & Restaurant is pleased to serve Youghal once again, after what was seen by many as a disheartening hiatus. While the Great Southern and Western Railway station is no more, the Railway Bar, as Clancy’s was long known, is back and better than ever—blending time-honoured Irish hospitality with contemporary cuisine… while compromising on neither. With an impressive selection of beers, wines, whiskeys and cocktails, Clancy’s is among the premier locations for a good night out in East Cork—whether it’s to meet up with friends, celebrate a special occasion, enjoy the live music or catch any and all international sporting events on the bar’s flat-screen TVs. On the heels of several hospitality ventures in the New York City area, proprietor and Youghal native Padraig Hennessy is eager to return to his hometown […]
Clancys Bar, Front Strand, Youghal