Man transforms old caravan into traditional Irish pub
A Dublin man has transformed an old festival caravan into a traditional Irish pub.
‘The Hidden Naggin’ is the creation of 35-year-old Jonny McGeough, with a lot of help from his family.
Jonny is an enthusiastic festival goer and decided to build an Irish pub to take with him.
He told the Irish Mirror: “The Hidden Naggin” is a traditional Irish Cottage Pub on wheels. A beaten up caravan that had seen too many festivals and we committed to over nine months of a unique transformation to what it is today.
“It has been a family affair with everyone chipping in, from myself the brains, my dad the brawn, and my mum with the interior touch.
“I wanted to keep a traditional Irish cottage feel with a John Deere green half door, sash windows, open hearth fire, turf by the bar and good old nosy enablers
– the net curtains.
“All pictures are vanishing Ireland that remind everyone of the good old bygone days! The turf scented candle adds to aroma when you first enter through the door.
“The Hidden Naggin can hold 18-20 people and she’s sturdy enough to withhold a good Irish jig. Its a little show stopper.
“You supply and pour your own [alcohol], best of all no last orders!”
Jonny has made the Hidden Naggin available for hire, and he has travelled the country delivering his unique caravan to party hosts looking for something extra-special to wow their guests.
If you would like to find out more visit the Hidden Naggin Facebook page.