After two months of lockdown, by now many of you will be missing the social setting of the local pub.
Whether it be to meet up with friends or to listen to music, take part in a quiz or enjoy a tasty meal, we’ve all had a pleasant experience at one point or another visiting our local.
While they remain closed at the moment, some homeowners never have to venture far for a pint having set up their own home bars.
We decided to look at seven of the best on the market right now.
Check them out below…
Woodlawn House, 5 Racecourse Commons, Lusk, Co Dublin
This home bar in Lusk in north County Dublin not only has five taps, high stools and sofas but it also boasts a wealth of pub memorabilia.
Mountleader Cottage, Ballysallagh, Leamlara, Co Cork
This home bar in Co Cork has it all, from a fuss ball and pool table to a dartboard and a wide range of flags.
Halverstown Gate, Halverstown, Naas, Kildare
This corner bar has all you need for a good night’s craic with friends. With three taps, four optics and plenty of storage room for wine, soft drinks and much more, there’s everything you need for a good social gathering, including a newspaper and magazine holder.
Killeagh, Caherline, Caherconlish, Co Limerick
This home bar in Co Limerick not only has a comfortable seating area but there is the added attraction of a pool table to keep you entertained for hours on end.
10A Wicklow Heights, Wicklow Town, Co Wicklow
This home bar in Wicklow not only has a well equipped bar but there’s also a TV to watch and a pool table.
Portrunny, Ballymurray, Co Roscommon
This home bar in Co Roscommon has two taps, a range of optics, a pool table and a TV to enjoy all the latest sporting action.
26 Carrickbrack Road, Baily, Howth, Co Dublin
This split level bar is like something you would expect to find in a hotel. Situated off a large living area, this property also boasts a tennis court, swimming pool and gym.
Source: REsidential - blog.myhome.ie