Arundel’s by the Pier, Ahakista

Overlooking Dunmanus Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way

 

 

About the place:

On the Sheep’s Head Peninsula, Arundel’s By The Pier’ was originally established in the 1890s by Henry Arundel and his original ledger – which dates back to 1899 is still on display in the restaurant.  The location is peaceful and sheltered and the waterside garden is lovely.

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Local Wildlife:

  • Great Northern Diver, Gannet, Guillemot, Black Guillemot, Sandwich Tern, Red-breasted Merganser
  • Occasional, Otter, Grey Seal, Common Dolphin, Harbour Porpoise

Views:

  • Harbour, hills and seashore
  • Excellent views from outside tables, good views from upstairs restaurant windows

Details:

  • Local fish, seafood, vegetables, eggs and cheese and 100% Irish meat
  • Specialities include crab gratin and prawn paella
  • Local beers available
  • Open: Restaurant every day in season, weekends in winter; bar open all year
  • Accommodation: No

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Location: Cork, Ireland

  • Arundels By The Pier, Kitchen Cove, Ahakista, Co. Cork

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