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The Railway Tavern, Camp, Co. Kerry


Camp
Co. Kerry

Email: railwaytavern88@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 66 713 0188
Proprietor: Mike & Ann ONeill

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About Us

This is a traditional style pub built in  the late 1880's for the arrival (in 1891) of the Tralee & Dingle Light Railway.We are on the N86 Tralee/Dingle road, 10 miles west of Tralee,on The Wild Atlantic Way, just before the turn off for The Conor Pass. There is a large carpark at the rear of the premises where you can relax and enjoy the view of The Atlantic Ocean, Mount Brandon, Kerry Head and The Sliabh Mish Mountains.

This is a family run pub with an old world atmosphere about it. There is a traditional music session on every Sunday evening at six o'clock and everyone is welcome to join in. It does not matter whether you are a novice or an expert. Ideal for parties.weddings (etc) and is located close to B & B's,  restaurants, if an overnight stay is required.

Local Attractions

Camp is the ideal place for a holiday. It is perfect for walking, miles of safe beaches, The Dingle Way (www.dingleway.net)  passes through it and the Sliabh Mish Mountains are just waiting to be conquered. Mount Brandon is only a short drive away. Golf, fishing, pony trecking, are all close at hand. There are several Caravan and Parking Parks in the area.

Whats on Offer:

  • Comedy
  • Live Music
  • Parties Catered For
  • Pub Quiz
  • Themed Nights

Facilities:

  • Accommodation
  • Baby-changing Facilities
  • Beer Garden
  • Car Parking
  • Coach Tours
  • Family Friendly
  • Family Run
  • Function Room
  • Open Fire
  • Smoking Area
  • Wheelchair Access
  • WiFi

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"Real Irish night out."

Fabulous traditional music session on Sunday nights. In a fabulous olde worlde type pub, chock full of interesting and highly amusing old fashioned railway memorabilia. Fantastic views from the seating outside front and rear. Perfect for a fine afternoon. With the charming sounds of sheep and cattle all around.

 
Review published 7 April 2015
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