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The Cottage on the Rocks

Perched atop the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic, Bunnyconnellan is a long-established, family-run restaurant with a history as rich as its surroundings. Affectionately known as “Bunny’s” among the locals, this venue boasts stunning views of Cork Harbour and offers a birds-eye view of Roche’s Point. Bunnyconnellan has become a very popular destination for small weddings and family gatherings, with a wide-range of menus to select from and a private function room available during the off-peak season, October-March. The recent addition of a conservatory-style room at the back of the venue is ideal for BBQs and private parties in the warmer months. Weather-protected and fully heated, the glass doors encasing this area allow for an unparalleled panorama of the harbour.

  • Open all year-round
  • Lunch 12.30-3pm
  • Dinner 4.30-9pm
  • Early Evening 4.30-7pm (Mon-Fri only)

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Events

What We Do…

Menus, decor, music, drinks- there’s a lot to do when planning a party!

From enquiry to booking, Bunnyconnellan have an in-house event coordinator to help you bring it all together for the big day

We also run many in-house events throughout the year- check out our calendar to keep up-to-date, or subscribe to our mailing list below




For reservations and enquiries, email us at reservations@bunnyconnellan.ie

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History

Our History

Built in 1824 by Sir Nicolas Trant, Bunnyconnellan was affectionately known by the locals as ‘The Cottage on the Rocks’. Neill (known to all as Jock) and Mary Porteous ran the hotel together for over 30 years, until Paddy and Sheila O’ Brien took the reins in 1976. Bunnyconnellan has remained in the O’ Brien stronghold ever since- today the newly refurbished venue is proudly run by their son Paul and his family.

Rumour had it that the old house was named after four children- Bunny, Conn, Nell and Ann, although the name is really borne of a town in Co. Mayo.

The great and tragic vessel, RMS Titanic was anchored inside Cork Harbour and could be seen directly from Bunnyconnellan. The majestic ship used tenders to ferry goods and passengers from ship to shore.

 

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BUNNYCONNELLAN BAR & RESTAURANT,
Myrtleville, Co. Cork.
Tel: +353 (0)21 483 1213
E: info@bunnyconnellan.ie

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