Over the years, An Súgán Seafood Bar & Restaurant has become synonymous with West Cork and Clonakilty. The O’Crowley family has proudly owned and run An Súgán for over thirty years, serving meals from the freshest locally sourced ingredients.
Food is served all day in the bar, with extensive menus that offer something delicious for every taste and budget, from An Súgán seafood pie to a Ballyburden steak sandwich or our wide selection of homemade desserts.
In addition to our colourful character bar, the restaurant has two private dining rooms that are suitable for all occasions, from birthdays to anniversaries.
Our guesthouse is located adjacent to the restaurant in a beautiful Georgian house, which is ideally located on a quiet side street near the centre of town.
We have seven comfortable and elegantly furnished en-suite rooms, with full amenities. Our famous full Irish breakfast (and lighter fare) is served every morning.
There is much history attached to the guesthouse, which at one time would have overlooked Clonakilty Harbour. The guesthouse was home to Jane Irwin, wife of the Fenian O’Donovan Rossa, and it is said that Charles Stewart Parnell once addressed a crowd from the window.
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Their unique table d’hote dinner begins with the renowned buffet starter display, which is followed by a wide choice of meat and fish dishes simply cooked on the wood-fired grill. Local cheeses are offered, and a meal here always ends on a high note, with the famous dessert selection.
Please note that gift cards and gift vouchers purchased for Blairscove House & Restaurant are valid for 1 year from date of purchase.
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