Tig Bhric is a rural pub on the Dingle Peninsula, over 100 years old, still with in the same family
The purpose built self catering accommodation was added in 2001.
Designed in a rustic chic style the aim is to offer comfort and privacy in a country seaside location. The Guest House of 4 en-suite bedrooms is not suitable for children, however the Brewers Lodge a 3 bedroomed self contained unit is. Here you have full access to our mature garden
A traditional pub like no other, Tig Bhric is full of artistic features such as original sculptures and drawings many by the owner Adrienne, the huge open fire place and bog wood mantle, carved and installed by Adrienne taken from a nearby beach of Cúl Dorcha, known for its good surf.
Naturally it has seen many changes and has adapted over the years providing a myriad of services from pub, corner shop, petrol station, animal feed, home fuel. Situated near many ancient archaeological sites including :- An Riasc Monastic Site a few minutes walk away and Galarus Oratory 1 mile away. And the many beaches of Smerwick Harbour including Wine Strand, Cúl Dorcha, Béal Bán to name just a few and all with in a 10 minute walk from us.
Dingle Peninsula has many activities from the sea through to land with walking, golfing and horse riding to name a few.
Check the local web site Dingle Peninsula Tourism Alliance
for comprehensive information.
And as for the beers they are all brewed and packaged on site with our own water sourced from 150ft below the brewery, Irish malted barley, hops and fresh yeast. We are more than happy to discuss all things beer!
Your host is Adrienne trained as a sculptor and resident at Tig Bhric since 1993.
We trust you will enjoy your stay and if you have any queries please let us know.
Wishing you a very pleasant stay.