The Beaufort Bar

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The Beaufort Bar in the early 1900's   The Beaufort Bar in the 1930's
The Beaufort Bar in the early 1900’s (left), in the 1930’s (right) and as it is today (inset).

ocated within a stone’s throw of the Gap of Dunloe and the River Laune fishery, the Beaufort Bar is in perfect harmony with its natural surroundings, and is the ideal retreat after a day of touring or outdoor activity.

The natural stone and timber interior of the BarThe Bar is licensed since 1841 and has been in the hands of the O’Sullivan family since the beginning, the current owners being the fourth generation of O’Sullivan’s.

From the natural stone front of the building, shaded by a mature sycamore to the exquisite interior workmanship in wood and stone, the building is marked by a sense of individuality and character that makes it a pleasure to visit. The O’Sullivan familiy’s interest in the environment is reflected in the exceptional and ingenious use of naturalA selection of the many fine Malt Whiskeys available at the Beaufort Bartimber throughout the Bar and Restaurant. About 12 types of wood are used in all, including oak, elm, yew, arbutus and cedar of lebanon.

If your taste includes fine Malt Whiskey, the Bar serves a varied and interesting selection of quality labels.

Of particular interest within the Bar are the collection of still images from the Kalem movies which adorn the walls of both the Bar and the Restaurant, evoking an exciting chapter of Beaufort’s history, and uniquely illustrating what the village and surrounding area looked like in times gone by.

Over 12 types of timber are used in the construction of the Bar

Beaufort Bar and Restaurant,
Beaufort, Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Tel. +353 64 44149 (Bar) or +353 64 44032 (Restaurant)