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THE Co. Kerry town of Killorglin is famous for its Puck Fair, a three-day extravaganza of music, pageantry, craic, horsetrading, buying and selling, drinking, dancing and sporting activities. It has officially been going since when it got its charter, but for many centuries before that the craic has been at a constant ninety.
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Outside looking tired and dirty, cigarettes everywhere, bins full of rubbish and glasses left outside some smashed. Service ok, food good and value for money. It's a nice spot for a stop but was nothing special.
And 12 of the winning pubs are here in Kerry. These are some of the countys most popular traditional Irish music pubs, offering excellent tradit. We were delighted with it.
It's a nice spot for a stop but was nothing special. The food was OK but if u like a roast spud then go elsewhere, theirs are awful. If the weather is good u can sit outside, aslong as u don't mind listening to traffic as its on a very busy roundabout.
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Kate Kearneys cottage was a coaching inn where the European Blue Flag has been awarded to a number of Kerrys Hit a 9 iron yards on one of Kerrys 20 parkland and
Visit the web site. The Vintage Inn is on a mission to be the best little pub in Ireland, and on the evidence so far they are definitely heading in the right direction. The Vintage is a little bar and restaurant in Irishtown, close to the bottom of Bath Avenue. It is a traditional pub, and owner Kathy Gleeson - who is the daughter of the previous owners - has treated the past with some respect, while adding some new touches and a bit of design flourish.