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Johnny's Bar, Blarney, Co. Cork

The Square
Co. Cork

Tel: +353 (0) 21 4385116
Fax: +353 (0) 21 4385542
Proprietor: Ian Forrest

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About Us

Blarney Castle Hotel is situated in the heart of Blarney village.  The main bar known locally as "Johnnys" is a popular bar with the locals in Blarney.  It offers good daily menu for lunch and evening and has traditional music on offer each Tuesday and Sunday night.

The Blarney Castle Hotel is now in it's 4th generation and is still run by the Forrest Family.  We offer guests a traditional Irish welcome to everyone.  We have an excellent bar food menu for lunch and evening with specials on offer daily.  We also have local crafted beers on offer as well as Ireland's excellent beers and ales and also sell wines. There is traditional Irish music each Tuesday in the main bar and we have music at weekends.  We can cater for functions and parties as we also have a function room known as "The Killowen Room" to cater to a maximum of 120 people.  We also have excellent guest accommodation on offer and have 13 guest rooms in total.  There is WiFi throughout the hotel.

Local Attractions

Blarney Castle and Gardens are within walking distance of the hotel. Blarney Woollen Mills fabulous shopping area is also within walking distance of the hotel.  We are located 9 km from Cork City.  Blarney is ideally located for people to travel around the South West of Ireland and explore Killarney, Kenmare, Cobh, West Cork and Kinsale.

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Whats on Offer:

  • Food
  • Live Music
  • Parties Catered For
  • Restaurant


  • Accommodation
  • Car Parking
  • Family Friendly
  • Family Run
  • Function Room
  • High Chairs
  • Open Fire
  • Smoking Area
  • WiFi


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"our local"

Best food. Best staff, always well looked after. Good music at weekends too. Its our weekend away at home.rn

Review published 14 January 2015
Posted by: Rosie O Riordan.

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