A Warm Welcome Guaranteed
Top of Coom is Ireland’s Official Highest Pub (OSI verified) at over 1045ft above sea level. Located in Kilgarvan, just a short, scenic drive from Killarney, Kenmare and Macroom, Top of Coom invites adventurers, tourists and locals to enjoy a relaxing drink in our spacious, comfortable bar. This is a family-run establishment which has been with us for five generations and hopefully many more to come! We have a full range of hot and cold drinks available, so whether you’re looking for a creamy pint of Guinness or a comforting cup of tea, you’ll find it here.
As Ireland’s highest pub, a visit to Top of Coom is sure to deliver stunning views which you would not find anywhere else.
The pub is famed for its traditional Irish music sessions and you never know who may be playing when you pop in.
Next time you visit Co. Kerry, make sure you stop by the Top of Coom; where everyone who comes in our door is welcomed as a local!
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Irish Trad Sessions
We host regular traditional Irish music sessions at Top of Coom and invite all singers and musicians to participate.
Annual Sheep shearing
Annual Sheep shearing takes place on the second weekend of July. With Sheep Shearers, from all over the globe attending. It is a must attended event on the Irish Sheep shearing circuit. It is a day for all the family.
We also show live sports at the Top of Coom such as the World Cup and the 6 Nations. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for information on upcoming screenings.
While away in Co Cork for a weekend we made our way to Top Of Coom Ireland's Highest Pub Creedons, with the hope it would be open and lucky for us it was.
We were greeted and served by a lady named Eileen, who was pottering away cleaning, and a wonderful job she does too, the place is spotless clean and there was fresh Lilly's in the ladies bathroom which is a lovely touch.
A lovely turf fire was burning and it was so cosy to sit beside, it was a bitterly cold day outside so the fire was very welcome.
I'd definitely recommend a visit to Ireland's Highest Pub if you're in the area, it's not hard to find, but take note it opens in the late afternoon and doesn't serve food.
I'll definitely be back again in the future.
- Andi W
Sunday 12:00 - 23:00
Monday 14:00 - 23:30
Tuesday 14:00 - 23:30
Wednesday 14:00 - 23:30
Thursday 14:00 - 23:30
Friday 12:00 - 00:30
Saturday 12:00 - 00:30