Tig Bhric has come down through my late husband's family, Padraig Brick. In the year 2000 we undertook extensive refurbishment in bringing the bar up to modern expectations.
The premises comprises a bar, grocery shop and a four bedroom B&B. As an artist, I undertook all the interior work myself to create a warm eclectic atmosphere throughout. Work by local artists, including myself, is dotted around, most impressing is the stained glass depicting local scenes.
Our beer garden, an enclosed courtyard, enjoys a fine view of green fields and Cruach Mhartain. It also boasts a selection of hidden sculptures.
We serve food throughout the year with an emphasis on home cooking.
Musically, we like to cater to all with occasional jazz, blues and traditional sessions.
WHAT'S ON OFFER / FACILITIES
Our beer garden has a sheltered smoking area with a south westerly aspect.
The B&B comprises 4 ensuite bedrooms which includes 1 family room.
Downstairs in the bar our large open fire is quite a feature with a bogwood mantle dug from our local beach.
In the shop you will find a selection of world beers and fine wines.
We also house Kerry's only micro-brewery where we brew beer using our own well water.
All our food is cooked and prepared on the premises.
We specialise in soups, chowder, casseroles, quiches and salads. For example: Beef and Ale Stew with Mash; Venison Casserole with Leeks and Mash; Butternut Squash and Smoked Chilli Soup.
Local attractions include spectacular scenery. To the front we have Mount Brandon. To the rear, Chruach Mhairtain. We are five minutes walk from beaches and ancient monuments including Gallarus Oratory and An Riasc monument - an early Christian settlement.
A golf course, the Ceann Sibeal, is 5 miles west of us.
Visit website: www.tigbhric.com
Whats on Offer:
- Live Music
- Parties Catered For
- Beer Garden
- Car Parking
- Family Friendly
- Family Run
- Off Licence
- Open Fire
- Smoking Area
- Wheelchair Access
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