The pubs and bars of Ballydehob offer the visitor a rich variety of evening entertainment
The Irish whip
Irish Whip Bar, Ballydehob. Good quality old style Irish pub, good pints Irish music and sing song most nights.
If your passing this way , and you've time to delay, call into this Pub for the craic. Theirs music in here for most of the year, it's a pub that is never to slack.
This Pub is a stone built house, dating from 1903, and was built by the present proprietors grandfather.
Family run Pub. A call is a must
Open: 10.30 a.m. - closing
The Sand boat
Main St. Ballydehob tel. 028 37471
Prop. Celia and Donal Levis
Don't miss the boat in Ballydehob
When Ballydehob people say they're going "boating" it does not necessarily mean they are taking to
the sea. In actual fact, more often than not, the course they follow is a well charted one-
to The Sandboat bar, a peaceful haven in many a storm, for sailor and landlubber alike.
Named after a traditional West Cork work boat, The Sandboat, is owned by Donal and Celia Levis,
whose family were amongst the last to own and work one of these old sailing sand dredgers on
Beautiful Roaring Water Bay.
Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of this traditional pub, where time and tide stand still as you wait for
your pint to settle. Well worth the wait it is, for the quality of the pint here is second to none, and who knows, you may be lucky enough to meet one of the old Sandboat men, who still frequent this long
established hostelry and hear, at first hand the fascinating story of a centuries old way of life that is
now past and gone forever.
Rest on your oars in Ballydehob , and remember, "don't miss the boat"!
Vincent Coughlans Pub tel. .028 37353
Main St. Ballydehob
Welcome to West Cork and particularly to the charming village of Ballydehob, the gateway to the Mizen Peninsula. With the mountains as your backdrop and the beauty of Roaring water bay and its many islands at your feet you cannot but be relaxed and experience the warmth and friendship of its
people and the breathtaking scenery.
This pub run by Joe and Marie Standen of Cobh, offers the traveller and residents alike the very best in Hospitality, good Pub grub, drinks and entertainment.
Music is available at weekends (more frequently in the summer) so whether you're just stopping off on the way or staying in the area, be it for a pint, soup, sandwiches, tea or coffee, you are assured of a welcome.
Winner of the James Joyce Pub of the year Award
Main St. Ballydehob tel. 028 37139
The Woodcock Bar and Restaurant, established 1978, previously known as
Ballydehob Inn is still owned by the same family and was refurbished in
The name Woodcock comes from the woodcock bird that arrives in Ireland
to spend the Winter months here, having flown from Russia and Scandinavia.
The Woodcock Bar offers a full range of Irish beers, lagers and spirits. The restaurant provides carvery lunch and evening menu, including local seafood, beef and game and a wide choice of wines from around the world.
The Woodcock has been designed with two separate bars allowing each to be used as a function room.
They also provides Bed & Breakfast all year round at reasonable rates.
Be welcomed at The Woodcock for a drink or meal and ask for a woodcock on the menu!
The Mines tel. 028 37687
Main St. Ballydehob
Dedicated live music venue from trad to rock
Wines and beers of the world, with all satellite channels.
Dart board, games for the kids, cosy fire and friendly staff.
The warmth of the welcome is matched by the quality
of the beer.
We look forward to seeing you enjoying the
" craic agus ceol" in our pub
Frances and staff
(Organised parties by prior arrangement)
O'Sullivans (Roses) tel. 028 37024
Main St. Ballydehob
Props. Alexandra and Angelika
Roses is a traditional Irish Pub, with a wide variety of
German and international beers available in bottles and on
Traditional sessions, music nights, and fancy dress nights
make Roses an interesting and fun place to be.
tel: 028 37191