Hurley's Bar & Restaurant is a family run business with very friendly and efficient staff waiting to welcome you. We are situated in the picturesque village of Ballinspittle, offering a full selection of meals and snacks all year round, from a bowl of Soup to a T-Bone Steak. Our blazing fire in the evening and/or cold winter months is a must. Our beer garden is a must with a sun trap suitable for all the family.
We are situated just a 5 minute drive from the Old Head Golf Links and 10 minutes from Kinsale Town.
Visit website: www.hurleysbar.com
Whats on Offer:
- Live Music
- Parties Catered For
- Pub Quiz
- Beer Garden
- Family Friendly
- Family Run
- High Chairs
- Open Fire
- Smoking Area
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"Lovely Food & Atmosphere"
My wife & kids & I recently visited West Cork on a tour of Ireland. While driving through a village called Ballinspittle, we spotted Hurleys and saw there was food on offer. From the moment we walked in the door we were greeted warmly by the bar staff & got a really nice homely feeling straight away. Having noticed we had a 2 year old baby, the barman immediately brought us a high chair without us having to ask for it. The guinness was one of the best pints I had while in ireland and also looked great. As for the food, I ordered a steak while my wife had a huge fillet of fried cod. There was also a great selection for the kids. To be honest, I expected it as normal pub food but was delighted at the amount of food we got on the serving and most importantly, everything was cooked & presented to perfection. The cost of the food was considerably lower than most other places we visited, this being the reason we asked for a business card to tell all our friends back home in Washington. I would have no problem in recommending Hurleys Bar as a place to go for a drink & a place to eat with the family. 10 out of 10!!
Review published 31 August 2009
Posted by: Bill Forney - Washington USA
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