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Top of Coom Ireland's Highest Pub
Open today: 13:00 - 22:30
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Family run restaurant with lovely food and a friendly welcome. Staff were attentive and friendly... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2022
235jamesp
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Bulford, United Kingdom
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Fabulous food drink staff and views

This is such a beautiful spot. Beautiful views, friendly staff, family run and excellent bar menu... read more

Reviewed 26 October 2021
CurlySusie
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Cork, Ireland
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Reviewed 15 March 2019 via mobile

A pleasant experience as we were headed South in Ireland to find this hilltop pub. The owner in his wife were very gracious inside and outside of the pub. Excellent bathroom facilities exclamation boring

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank chaplains
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Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

This was such a cool experience. The drive up to the pub was slow as we drop the back way through the mountains but along the way we got to see the sunset against the hills full of sheep. The pub is very cute and clean inside. One of the nicest bathrooms I’ve been in since arriving in Dublin. Enjoyed a pint of cider while here and the bar staff was lovely.

Date of experience: May 2018
5  Thank alexandrab235
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Reviewed 18 November 2017 via mobile

While away in Co Cork for a weekend we made our way to Top Of Coom Ireland's Highest Pub Creedons, with the hope it would be open and lucky for us it was.
We were greeted and served by a lady named Eileen, who was pottering away cleaning, and a wonderful job she does too, the place is spotless clean and
there was fresh Lilly's in the ladies bathroom which is a lovely touch.
A lovely turf fire was burning and it was so cosy to sit beside, it was a bitterly cold day outside so the fire was very welcome.
I'd definitely recommend a visit to Ireland's Highest Pub if you're in the area, it's not hard to find, but take note it opens in the late afternoon and doesn't serve food.

I'll definitely be back again in the future.

Date of experience: November 2017
Thank Andi W
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Reviewed 2 November 2017

A Beautiful part of county Kerry. We visited Ireland's Highest pub while on our holidays recently. Great pint of Guinness and local stout Lon Dubh. Beautiful flowers in the toilets. Very clean. Would highly recommend!!!

Date of experience: September 2017
Thank Mandy S
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Reviewed 23 August 2017

This is a pub I've always seen signs for and just never got around to visiting. But I finally took the plunge yesterday and took a 10min detour from my usual Cork - Kerry route.

The pub is very easy to find, and plenty of parking.

At 5:30pm on a Tuesday it was still fairly quiet (only one local, and one passing tourist). The pub is split into two, a lounge and a bar, both are very well done and are nice and modern looking. The lounge is very spacious even with a section with a pool table and dart board.

I had a pint of Guinness which was lovely, and had a good chat in the bar with the others there.

I'd love to see it a bit busier and next time will probably call in on a weekend for that reason.

Date of experience: August 2017
Thank irishmysteryshopper
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