Angus O'Tool's Irish Pub, Restaurant & Guesthouse

Address: 516/20 Patak Road, Karon, Phuket, 83100, Thailand | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 516/20 Patak Road, Karon, is near Simon Cabaret, Surin beach, Paradise beach, and Sunrise Diving.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Beach
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking

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          • Room service
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Angus O'Tool's Irish Pub, Restaurant & Guesthouse Karon

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          Travel Blogs from Karon

          Phuket

          A travel blog entry by dubeds on Aug 19, 2015

          Woke up to a lovely, but very hot morning. Beautiful buffet breakfast, Steve happy to have omelettes made for him again! Caught the shuttle into Karon beach (approx. 10 min walk). Lovely beach, goes for miles. Walked around the shops and restaurants to get a feel for the area. Decided to hire a motorbike for the next 10 days so we can get around. Picked up bike from hotel and headed south past Kata beach ...

          A DOG TO FRIEND

          A travel blog entry by vinkor on Oct 30, 2014

          10 photos

          ... him. I have tried to make me friend, but only has attention for Alain recalled and chased after three years of absence.The incredible bond that can be created between a person and a dog! I saw the Spaniards who reported that the show at Simon Cabaret, was not worth much, so I better have it saved and I saved about 20 Euros. Jerry, the Ireland's from Belfast advised me to book at his hotel priced 500 baht per day, but near the beach.I am very undecided whether to stay or leave ...

          Bangkok to Phuket to Phi Phi to Ao Nang

          A travel blog entry by adayintheworld on Nov 03, 2013

          8 photos

          ... morning heat for a tuktuk to arrive and take us what turned out to be 15 meters around the corner. The snorkelling boat trip did take us to some beautiful islands, but it was a struggle to appreciate it whilst asleep. After dinner Katherine forced Jess to go and say bye to obsessive Thai boy to relieve some of the tension. Jess was met with an angry gaze and all in all it was quite an awkward situation, but Katherine was insistent that this had relieved some, if not all, of his ...

          Phuket

          A travel blog entry by hannahandtom on Oct 25, 2013

          37 photos

          ... for ourselves!), eating at the great local pub and occasionally going for walks. One night we even got treated to a spectacular thunderstorm, the lightning was right over the top of our hotel complex at one point and provided some great entertainment. The best storm we've ever seen! A great week of relaxation was had by all. It was now time to say goodbye to Hannah's Mum and Dad though (thank you for an amazing time!) and say hello to two weeks with some of my family ...

          First Days in Thailand

          A travel blog entry by derekjhandley on Jun 16, 2013

          6 photos

          ... Eventually, we did make it to Big Buddha and it was a sight to see. He stood, or rather sat, about 150 feet tall and was made entirely of white marble square plates and was still under construction. You could actually buy a plate and sign your name on it to help build him. Pretty neat idea. And the view from the top of that mountain was amazing. We could see Karon beach wayyyyyyyy below and had a 360 degree view of Phuket and the Andaman Sea. Well worth the effort of making ...