Renting an Entire Pub in Ireland Is a Lot Cheaper Than You'd Think

New on Airbnb, also your bucket list

By Evan Bleier

 
Renting an Entire Pub in Ireland Is a Lot Cheaper Than You'd Think
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10 August 2017

If you go on vacation in Ireland, there’s a very good chance you’re gonna hit up a pub or two.

If we’re being honest, there’s a very good chance you picked Ireland as a destination specifically because you could hit up a pub or two.

Given that: why not just stay in one?

That’s now possible at Conroy's Old Bar in Tipperary near the River Shannon. The local watering hole — which was just listed on Airbnb — sleeps four inside a pub that still has its polished mahogany bar, original bar pumps, beer coolers, a functioning kitchen, open fireplace, dart board, pub games and vintage books.

Pub Rental (3 images)

Also on-site: an outdoor beer garden, central heating and the skittles game (whatever that is). Not on-site: any beer or liquor (unless you bring it as Conroy's is a self-catering establishment).

“Conroy's Old Bar is especially suited to those who have a love of the great outdoors,” the owners say. “Those who would like to experience the true beauty and tranquility of rural/remote Ireland, whilst staying in a converted authentic Irish village bar.”

Best part? The pub costs just $120 per night to rent. We'll cheers to that. 

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