Down a lane a hundred yards or so from the main square, The Mews restaurant is a distinctive low-beamed stone building, reminiscent of Brittany, with a sun room attached that floods the small restaurant with light.
It is one of the area's most attractive restaurants and makes a lovely setting in which to enjoy the best of West Cork's seasonal foods.
Enthusiastic new owners Luke Matthews, Robert Collender and James Ellis took over this magic spot in 2015 and they introduced an original brand of creativity that won them many followers in their first season.
Offering a simple, no-choice menu is a brave decision in a small seasonal restaurant, but their well-named 'Convivial Menu' has charmed everryone to bits.
There's a real sense of place, the cooking is great and service engaged - everything they do here is done with heart, and anyone who has eaten at The Mews will surely want to go back.