Glenbeigh or Glanbehy (Irish: Gleann Beithe) is a location in County Kerry, southwestern Ireland. The area is on the Iveragh peninsula, which is the largest peninsula in southwestern Ireland. The parish and is home to Rossbeigh Beach, Glenbeigh Towers, Coomasahran Lake, Rock Art, the Natterjack Toad and Kerry Bog Pony. Owing to its natural heritage, history and its location on the Ring of Kerry, Glenbeigh is a popular tourist destination.
Things to do in Glenbeigh
4.5 based on 359 reviews
Tapas Bar and Restaurant. Based in an atmospheric old church Sol y Sombra celebrates local food served tapas style. Perch at the bar and nibble a few bites or graze through the menu of an evening at your leisure. Outside Terrace for summer dining. Extensive Wine List. Taste Kerry Food Ambassador 2017, The Michelin Guide 2017, McKenna Guides (Best in Ireland) & Georgina Campbell Guides. Winners of Best Wine Experience Kerry 2015, 2016, 2017. We also cater for intimate weddings, special family celebrations and wine tastings.
Having dined a few times, I can say that the consistency of the quality, presentation and taste is why I love returning again and again. After winning some free cocktails on their Facebook competition I jumped at the excuse to go for dinner (I was...MoreThanks for the review Phillippa, Congrats on winning the prize. We love to see people return again and again so thank you! I have to agree about the Espresso Martinis!! They are FAB:-) Looking forward to seeing you over Christmas Cliodhna
4.5 based on 342 reviews
Jacks Coastguard Restaurant is a landmark building overlooking Rossbeigh and Inch Peninsula in the seaside village of Cromane between Kilorglin & Glenbeigh on the Ring of Kerry route. Nestled against the Atlantic Ocean, enjoy panoramic sea and mountain views in one of Kerrys Top Restaurants recently named Best Seafood Restaurant in Ireland by well respected foodie Georgina Campbell as well as listings with Bridgestone & Michelin Guides. The Station Bar and Coastguard Restaurant successfully combine old world charm with modern elegance.Guests can linger over a drink in the bustling Station Bar or enjoy the soft tones of the piano through the restaurant by our resident pianist JP Murphy. Only the finest and freshest of seafood is used to create dishes that would rival the most discerning of palate. Signature dishes such a Cromane Mussels, Tiger Prawns or perfectly seared Scallops should not be missed. For the unwilling seafood diner, our succulent Fillet of Beef should suffice nicely.
We had a big even organized in Jacks and was simply fabulous! Brian , the owner, was such a nice and friendly guy! Very easy to do business with and also his attention to detail, to delivering a great service was superb! I am still amazed how they managed to take out so many steaks so quickly and each perfectly cooked to order! One of my favorite restaurants without doubt! Thank you again guys!
4.5 based on 435 reviews
Visited twice with business colleagues. Nice friendly staff, my colleagues very much enjoyed the seafood Mornay. Being a vegetarian I asked if I could have something other than the veg curry offered, which did not appeal to me, and they accommodated my request. We passed a very enjoyable evening.
It's a popular spot. The piano is on the whole pleasant and probably popular with visitors to Ireland.
4.5 based on 396 reviews
Historic public house, named by the Antarctic explorer Tom CreanTom sail to the Antarctic three times under the command of Captain Robert Scott and Sir Ernest Shackleton and received the Albert medal for bravery on Captain Scotts ill fated Terra Nova expedition.Tom retired from the Royal Navy and ran the pub until his death in 1938.
The South Pole Inn is a must for Antarctic fans- the original owner Tom Crean made 3 expeditions to the South Pole- great history on the walls and the toasted sandwiches were plentiful and delicious- fresh hot soup also very good- and a lovely pint of Guinness - a great stop on the way to or from Dingle
4.5 based on 142 reviews
We arrived just on opening without a booking but were made most welcome. The meal was very good, all the more as the sous chef was ill and not in, the service was superb.
4.5 based on 214 reviews
Never fails to deliver, places come and go, but the Banconi is refreshingly good, year in , year out. Book ahead so you won't be disappointed. Sea food dishes are all excellent. The ocal Kerry Seafood & Shellfish Plate is to die for , but the chowder is excellent too.But , oh my, the Shank of Kerry Lamb
4 based on 294 reviews
A group of us went here for dinner last night and it was lovely. Nearly all of us (8 of 13) got the chicken hibernian - a breaded chicken breast served with a mushroom, pepper and onion sauce. It was delicious. I got it with chips and salad. Unlike most places that give you a few lettuce leaves topped with a slice of tomato and onion, the salad was lovely - some pasta, a bit of potato salad and some green salad. There was loads of food and it only cost €11.50. I thought that was great value. I had the baileys and chocolate chip cheesecake for dessert which was very nice too. Others had the apple crumble (tasty) and the lemon meringue pie (not so good). The coffee wasn't great but of everything across the meal to be poor its ok if its the coffee. Overall it was good food with good value.
4 based on 102 reviews
We first stopped here for lunch about 20 years ago while touring Ireland (and the Ring of Kerry) with our young daughters and my mother. This time was in August 2017 with my wife and I only. The place seems to have changed little if any. Still a fine place to stop for a pub lunch, a beer or Irish coffee and in this case a bit of shopping for family back at home. Food and service were good. Parking plentiful. Gift shop well stocked. Indeed a good place for a break as approaching the Ring of Kerry from Killarney. View of the Mountains and peat bogs are equally good.
4.5 based on 251 reviews
Delicious Food and wonderful ambience at great value prices Rumours Bistro is situated in the Beautiful Coastal village of Glenbeigh, considered by many as The Jewel in The Ring of Kerry. Rumours Bistro is the perfect venue for a romantic dinner or a friendly get together. We go to great lengths to produce great food at an affordable price. Our passion for delicious, simple flavours places an emphasis on the quality of locally-sourced ingredients. We are committed to providing an enjoyable and pleasant dining experience every time. Rumours has a trendy yet friendly vibe, it is a must with visitors and locals alike.
Nice location, good interior, best music
Service/ owner ? Real friendly, beginning a bit formal
Food are not expensive, but far away from better quality , it's simply standard
ND THE MSIN REASON TO GO IN A RESTAURANT IS ?
5 based on 155 reviews
The baked goods here are delicious (we got a summer fruit and custard pie). They have a wide variety of drinks, deli and bakery foods, as well as some other provisions (we even got a Wonka Bar!). Very friendly and a great find!
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