The Smugglers Inn, which is a restored Farm House, spans over 5 generations since approx 1779 when Lucille Fogarty Hunt’s Great Great Grandfather moved to Waterville as a young manand settled in Murreagh. His son then moved to the village to open a butcher Shop called Fogartys. The Fogarty Family who lived in the old farmhouse which is now The Smugglers Inn. Lucille’a great grand parents and grandfather PT Fogarty wiyth grand aunts Mary, Bridget and Ellen.
B&B Waterville The Smugglers Inn
The Fogartys Farmed and Slaughtered their own livestock, they produced their own Black Pudding and Corned Beef. So the love of producing good food started generations ago. The shop is still in the Fogarty Family known today as Centra in Waterville Village.
Lucille Fogarty-Hunt at the start of the renovations to The Smugglers Inn in 1979

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