The Dilly Dally Inn is a family run local pub which has adapted to cater for all walks of life and has changed with the challenges the licenced trade has had to endure over the years. The pub has recently being renovated to a very high standard and has held on to the local cosy local atmosphere that enable their customers to enjoy a relaxing pint and have a bit of craic, play darts, pool, cards or just sit in the beer garden reading a book and listen to the birds sing amongst the apple and pear trees, which is a sun trap when the sun shines of course.
There is covered heated smoking area at the rear of the premise's.
An in house 80's DJ is available (booking advised) for party's (min 15 max 40 persons).
The pub is only a short walk to the city centre, Musgrave park rugby stadium, Turners cross football grounds, Bus station and has good access to the main thoroughfare which provides quick and easy access to the Airport, Fota wildlife park, Cobh, Blarney, East & West Cork, The greater Kerry region and a variety of super and well established Golf courses. We can book local hotels, Golf courses and transfers for golf groups if requested.
We deal mainly with the local pub scene and do not maintain a calendar of events however we offer theme nights in conjunction with local events and various charities. We also provide 80's music with our in house disc jockey (dj King) every bank holiday weekend and over the Christmas and New Year festivities and we have live music every Sat night.
If you have a night to organize please don't hesitate to speak to us.
Local attractions include the old Cork City Jail, The English Market, The Blarney Stone, St Finbarrs Cathedral, Cobh Cathedral, Kinsale Town, the Jameson distillery, UCC, The Beamish Brewery and we are also just a stones throw away from the City Centre and all the night life.
Visit website: www.dillydallyinn.ie
Whats on Offer:
- Live Music
- Parties Catered For
- Pub Quiz
- Themed Nights
- Beer Garden
- Coach Tours
- Family Friendly
- Family Run
- Function Room
- Off Licence
- Open Fire
- Smoking Area
- Wheelchair Access
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