John Kavanagh's Pub And The Cromane Peninsula Lauded By Lonely Planet
Published on Jun 5 2014 11:13 AM in General Industry
Two Irish spots have made it onto Lonely Planet’s Best Hidden Places in Europe list. The Cromane Peninsula in County Kerry, and John Kavanagh’s the "Gravediggers" Pub in Dublin, have both reached the required standard. Lonely Planet has put together a list of 50 "secret experiences" in Europe, listing some of the "clandestine nightclubs, secret hotels, killer views and o?-the-radar villages." The famous publication encourages tourists to take a detour in County Kerry, and instead of following the main route, to visit the Cromane Peninsula, which is just a ?ve-minute drive from both Killorglin and Glenbeigh. Hidden off the N70, the Cromane peninsula has some spectacular water vistas and multihued sunsets, Lonely Planet stated. However, there is another hidden facet: Jack’s Coastguard Restaurant, which is another reason to justify a visit, in the eyes of the magazine. Entering the former coastguard station feels like "arriving at a low-key village pub."