Nestled in the heart of Ennistymon, Cooley's House or Cooley's as its more commonly known is a warm, welcoming family run pub. It's the ideal place to come and enjoy some traditional Irish music (every Wednesday and Friday nights), a nice fire and a drink or two.
Pat and Joan have many years experience in the business. Their welcoming and friendly nature can be seen in the many groups and individuals that return to Cooley's every year and of course from its excellent local custom. A tourist favourite, traditional Irish Coffee's are Cooley's speciality, the perfect complement to a local trad session!
Come visit the picturesque Cascades on a river walk, following the Inagh river to Lahinch
Ennistymon is a mere 3km walk to the seaside town of Lahinch for those who enjoy a leisurely stroll
7km from the town are the famous Cliffs of Moher. Buses leave from the town daily
On the way to view the most scenic part of Clare call in to The Burren Centre in Kilfenora to learn about the facinating landscape that is the Burren
Visit website: www.facebook.com/pages/Cooleys-House
Whats on Offer:
- Live Music
- Parties Catered For
- Baby-changing Facilities
- Car Parking
- Coach Tours
- Family Friendly
- Family Run
- Listed Building
- Open Fire
- Wheelchair Access
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"The Pure Drop..."
...and well conducted, at that. This local is proof positive a good public house is a good publican: the personalities of the man and woman of the house have shaped and make possible every good thing about this place...and it is VERY good indeed. Small and welcoming, it pulls off a well-nigh impossible trick, being equally patronized as a home-away-from-home for local regulars and an ever-changing assortment of blow-ins from wherever (one of whom is the writer of this review, who — though a Yank — was made to feel right at home the first time he showed his face; was made to feel a regular the very next night; and — on returning the next year — might have been mistaken (by one of the new blow-ins) for a returning emigrant if the welcome given was the only evidence. The sessions of music on offer here are just that: not gigs pretending to be sessions, and all are truly welcome to join in, if they have the music in them. Youll find the older, shteady gait here, particularly if Frank Custy and his mates are the Boys in the Gap. Dont miss it!
Review published 24 March 2015
Posted by: Kevin McDermott
"traditional irish pub"
This is a genuine Irish pub, well worth a visit if you are in that area, the landlady Joan is a treasure and looked after us very well.
Review published 10 January 2015
Posted by: irene
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