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The Nook in Youghal has been in the same family since 1901, when it was bought by Michael Treacy, a local farmer. Previously, the pub had been in the ownership of the O’Mahony family, but it is not known how long it had been in operation. The pub is in the oldest part of Youghal, with Walter Raleigh’s house, which dates from the Elizabethan plantations of the 1560’s, to the rear of it, and thus this pub may have been in operation for several centuries. You can read more here.

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About Jean Reinhardt

Author of 'A Pocket Full of Shells' an Amazon International best seller, Jean writes young adult and historical fiction. She has been known to shed a tear over Little House on the Prairie.
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20 Responses to Time

  1. prior2001 says:

    Great entry for the wpc and love the diverse feel of the doors at two different times

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  2. Awesome Door within a Door! 🙂 This would also be great for Norm’s Thursday Doors. I love the red door, and the stained glass door. Both so different and beautiful.

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  4. Sabiscuit says:

    Red doors are so charming. They just say, “Classic, classy, serious, unpretentious.” Have a great day.

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  5. Kash Pals says:

    That is a lovely red door and also the stained glass door. Both are awesome.

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  6. pommepal says:

    From your reply above it sounds as inviting inside as out.

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  7. litadoolan says:

    Fascinating story. It’s amazing how the same hostelry can be central to a community for centuries. I would be tempted to check out the bar just to soak up the history!

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  8. Ingenious idea for the theme.

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