An Sugan Restaurant & Guest House
The O’Crowley family’s An Sugan is one of the longest-established destinations on the entire Wild Atlantic Way route.
For more than thirty years, the O’Crowley family’s restaurant has been one of the beacons of West Cork hospitality. When they first opened their doors, back in the 1970’s, the West Cork that is known to food lovers throughout the world today for food artisanship, and great cooking, was only beginning its march to celebrity status.But it is thanks to enduring destinations suchb as An Sugan that the West Cork story has become so famous. And now, with a new adventure begun with the Wild Atlantic Way, the family are poised once again to take care of people travelling through West Cork, and to cook for them signature dishes such as the seafood pie, chicken liver pate with red onion marmalade, salmon and potato cakes with lemon butter sauce, or the Atlantic Seafood Basket. The room is handsome and traditional, the atmosphere is always festive, and the fact that there are rooms available in their adjacent guesthouse means you can really get the most out of Clon.
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