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Tigh an tSaorsaigh

Ballyferriter Village, Ballyferriter 0000 Ireland
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#5 of 8 B&Bs / Inns in Ballyferriter
We are a very old fashioned family pub in the heart of Ballyferriter village. We do our very best to provide our customers with the best customer care we can give, and make there experience in Ballyferriter a good one. We also serve food in the pub also. We also have a B&B attached to the pub so you can eat, sleep, and drink all under the one roof.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Non-smoking hotel
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Shane G wrote a review Aug. 2020
Dublin, Ireland38 contributions19 helpful votes
My wife and I stayed at Tigh an tSaorsaigh at the height of the tourist season on the Dingle peninsula. The guesthouse was booked up and the pub was busy but all Covid measures were observed. Lulu, Mairead and the rest of the team are exactly what you might want in an Irish BnB - welcoming, fantastic atmosphere and everything at a high standard. Look forward to visiting again.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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the purple p wrote a review Aug. 2019
Athens, Greece29 contributions12 helpful votes
My family and I stop here for lunch every year when we visit Ballyferriter. The food is delicious, my husband was really impressed with the bacon and cabbage, I had fish of the day and my sons had burgers. The staff are friendly, Gearoid especially, quick service. Lunch for 5 cost €59. I highly recommend it.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
2 Helpful votes
JLT1960 wrote a review Oct. 2018
47 contributions13 helpful votes
A friend and I detoured a bit from our hike on the Dingle Way because Ballyferriter is the village of his ancestors and we were so glad we stayed here. This is a classic family run Irish pub and B and B and my favorite over all experience and memory from the Dingle Way. I was warmly greeted and accommodated even though they were scrambling to get ready for an arriving tour bus. My en suite room above the pub was clean and comfortable. I loved loved loved the quaint pub. The stew and Guinness was a perfect delicious combination. Breakfast the next day was outstanding. When we asked about hiring a ride back to the trail, they graciously offered a ride themselves. Ballyferriter is a wonderful tiny Irish village and this is where you should stay when you visit there.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
2 Helpful votes
John B wrote a review Aug. 2018
Cork, Ireland68 contributions28 helpful votes
We were 5 for lunch - 3 of us had the Irish stew which I considered adequate, good flavour but nothing exceptional, one had the fish of the day which was good and the fifth had chicken gougons which were good. I remember the bar from 50 years ago and it has been enlarged but still retains the qualities that made it a popular Gaeltacht pub.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Food reasonable, service ok, cleanliness ok.
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quinnunit66 wrote a review Jul. 2018
Oshkosh, Wisconsin1,274 contributions69 helpful votes
Hiked into town from Slea Head, coming up from a very windy White Mouth Beach, and this is the first pub we encountered as we walked into town. We sat at the small bar and enjoyed a pint while taking in everything hanging on the walls. The young bartender was friendly, but one of the locals who came in and sat next to us was a great chatter. They do serve food and there's plenty of seating other than the bar, and they have rooms to let, as well. We just enjoyed the hospitality and their welcome for a couple of sandy hikers.
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Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
IrelandProvince of MunsterCounty KerryDingle PeninsulaBallyferriter
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tigh an tSaorsaigh
Which popular attractions are close to Tigh an tSaorsaigh?
Nearby attractions include Slea Head Drive (7.0 km), Dingle Peninsula (7.1 km), and Coumeenoole Beach (7.0 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Tigh an tSaorsaigh?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Tigh an tSaorsaigh?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Tigh an tSaorsaigh?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Tigh an tSaorsaigh?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Stonehouse Cafe & Restaurant, The Skipper Bar & Restaurant, and Louis Mulcahy Pottery Cafe.
Is Tigh an tSaorsaigh located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Ballyferriter.
Are there any historical sites close to Tigh an tSaorsaigh?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Kilmalkedar Church (0.00 km), Irish Famine Cottages (6.6 km), and Riasc (3.1 km).