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Top of Coom, is Irelands Official Highest Pub is set 1045ft above sea level. The pub overlooks the Glanlee valley to the west and the Muscrai valley to the east. The pub is situated in an area of great natural beauty. Music sessions can often break...more
This was such a cool experience. The drive up to the pub was slow as we drop the back way through the mountains but along the way we got to see the sunset against the hills full of sheep. The pub is very cute and...More
While away in Co Cork for a weekend we made our way to Top Of Coom Ireland's Highest Pub Creedons, with the hope it would be open and lucky for us it was.
We were greeted and served by a lady named Eileen, who was...More
A Beautiful part of county Kerry. We visited Ireland's Highest pub while on our holidays recently. Great pint of Guinness and local stout Lon Dubh. Beautiful flowers in the toilets. Very clean. Would highly recommend!!!
This is a pub I've always seen signs for and just never got around to visiting. But I finally took the plunge yesterday and took a 10min detour from my usual Cork - Kerry route.
The pub is very easy to find, and plenty of...More
Having read all the reviews on here i can now see we were not the only ones who were attracted by a road sign advertising Ireland's highest pub claiming it was open.
Well, after a long and nice drive (at least the scenery was really...More
Wonderful pub in a fab location with friendly, welcoming staff that are happy to give local knowledge of the area to tourists such as myself. It seemed to be either a new build or recently renovated as it was a nice clean modern building but...More
When we saw the sign for the "highest pub in Ireland " how could we resist!!!
The only reason I did not give it a 5 is that we were looking to have a bite and at present they have no restaurant
The owner explained...More
When traveling between Cork and Kilarney (or vice versa), the Top of Coom is a fairly lengthy, twisty, but well worth it diversion from the main road. The Publican is a very charming fellow (as is his young son) who was more than happy to...More
Come upon the Top of Coom on a day out with friends. It was a Sunday and there was a session on, we have instruments and they allowed us to join in. The locals were amazing and the pint was excellent
Definitely will be back!!!!