Part of the Fitzgerald Group since 1971 this property has many of the features that were part of the original cottage and surrounds. Distillery barrels line ceiling in the lounge leading to an authentic whisky stil inlaid above the open fire place that has many of the working parts intact including the copper kettle & boiler that is still in use today to help heat the premises. Many of the original beams are used in the support structures and in the front public bar where the counter dates back before the 1970’s. There are many unique displays scattered throughout the property including a letter sent from a passenger on board the titanic the day of its first and only sailing. There is General Tom Thumb’s Jacket, The football & tickets used in Croke Park on Bloody Sunday in 1928 along with many other sporting memorabilia and genuinely traditional Irish pieces.
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