The Stonehouse Cafe & Restaurant
The Dun Beag (500 bc) fort is directly across the road from the Stonehouse Café and Restaurant. The Dun Beag Fort Visitor Centre is adjacent to the Stonehouse. Many visitors who visited the fort also experienced the wonderful Irish cuisine at the Stonehouse Café and Restaurant.
Amazing food at an amazing location!
The cuisine at the Stonehouse could be best described as Bistro mixed with Irish Traditional. Here you will find exciting, mouth-watering dishes made from the finest local produce.
The menu features fresh, locally caught fish; delicious West Kerry meats, and a host of other exciting options. Home-made soups, Seasonal Salad, Goat’s Cheese Salad, Fresh Crab Salad, and Local Smoked Salmon offer the perfect meal.
The Stonehouse offers desserts such as Warm Apple Pie, Homemade Rhubarb and Custard Crumble, Chocolate Malteaser Cake with a hint of Baileys, Irish Ice-Creams, and Baileys Cheesecake with fresh cream. Specialty and Irish Coffees, Guinness (on draught straight from the barrel), and a wonderful selection of crisp whites and decadent red wines provide the perfect accompaniment to an amazing meal – overlooking some of the world’s most spectacular scenery!
The Stonehouse is also the ideal place to drop in for a spot of afternoon tea or coffee as you journey around Slea-Head – their homemade scones, fresh bread, and cakes are worth the visit!
Serving great food all day!
Enjoy daily fish specials or Irish Stew – full lunch menu also available serving fresh fish dishes, fresh salads, homemade soups, and freshly baked bread.
OUTSIDE SEATING – with vast views of the Skellig Islands, Iveragh Peninsula, and the Wild Atlantic Ocean.
The Stonehouse Café and Restaurant is open seven days a week during peak season serving great bistro food from 11 am until 6 pm. Open later during peak summer months. Closed during winter months.
We also can cater for Private Parties and Functions.
Tel: 00 353 (0)66 915 9970 or David on 087 2023004 / Michelle on 087 6249635