About The Pipers Inn

The Pipers Inn is located just off the main road connecting Killaloe and Scarriff.

First established in the 1920s by Mrs Mary Wallace as a Licenced House and Inn, the Pipers Inn was made famous between 1978 and 1987 by Tony Keegan, the original 'Piper', who established the pub as a centre of traditional music for local and visiting musicians alike.

After several owners, the Pipers Inn closed its doors in 2007 until it was purchased by its current owners in 2011.

After extensive renovation and refurbishment, The Pipers Inn was re-launched in September 2012. It is now a family run business providing a modern, yet cosy restaurant, a bar with a snug area and a Private Function Room catering for all your needs.

For visitors who want to pitch up a tent or park up the campervan, we've recently opened Killaloe's only campsite. It offers a great location to base yourselves while touring the local area.