Cruises Bar

Cruises Pub is famous for its fireside sessions and is open Wednesday - Friday 5pm Till Close and Saturday and Sunday from 1pm until close. 

You can relax in this warm and cosy pub and sample a taste of Irish Culture at its best there will be music sessions on during open evenings from 9pm.

They will be serving food most evenings until 9pm. Check with reception for more details. 

The staff are very welcoming and world famous for their banter and outstanding service one of whom will regale you with tales of the last 30 years of The Queens Hotel. So come along for the evening and enjoy “ceoil, caint agus craic”


Cruises History

Cruce House (Cruises Pub) was built in 1658 by John Cruce. He was an English Settler and merchant who had settled in Ennis prior to the rebellion of 1641. He was one of the defenders of Ballyalla Castle and his disposition on the events leading to the siege is recorded in the court of Limerick. Unlike many of the other English settlers he returned to Ennis in 1658 & continued his business as a merchant & leased lands around Ennis. The house was converted to a Public House in 1993. Since then Cruises has been famous for its links to Irish Traditional Music & has hosted sessions with most of the great Irish musicians of the last twenty years.


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