Description'This is a good place,' he said.
'There's a lot of liquor,' I agreed.
--Ernest Hemingway, The Sun Also Rises--
An Teac Beag is that too: a good place. For a drink, a chat, a bit of craic.
This is a real Irish pub with history and stories soaked into its long mahongy counter. Reputed to have the shortest pull of a pint of Guiness around, and rumoured to have the best pint of stout in town, An Teach Beag is the genuine article.
Come for drink, a look--and make this traditional Irish pub your own.
This pub is in turn key condition and has a full 7 publican's licence. The bar is fitted out and has a cold room and cooling system. The first floor has more than enough space as a meeting area and/or storage, and with imagination could be converted to another use.
Both the mens and womens toilets have been finished to a quality standard, and this premises is wired with fully functional CCTV and security alarm.
Outside is a sizeable storage shed of about 440 sq feet, and behind that is a smaller green area which has potential for other uses.
Ground floor bar: approx. 11.2 x 3m
First floor: approx. 11m x 3m
Outside storage shed:
Upper floor: 7.7m x 3.15m
Storage room 1 (Ground level) - approx. 3.85m x 3.3m
Storage room 2 (Ground level - approx. 2.55m x 2.85m