Meet The Tiny Irish Pub On Wheels
You'll want to see "The Shebeen: A Tiny Irish Pub On Wheels," it's the perfect little piece of Ireland wherever it goes! This tiny Irish pub on wheels brings the party along with it, in a cute little house on wheels.
The Shebeen is a tiny Irish Pub on wheels that was built using a 30 year-old caravan, now the tiny house is a tiny replica of a traditional Irish bar. Inside the tiny Irish pub you will even find hand crafted Irish oak. You'll want to take a look at this cute tiny pub, there is even a video. The exterior is painted white, with a yellow door, and yellow window trim. The roof is black with a tiny chimney that sits on top of the roof, adding to the tiny pub's charm. Inside there is a bench to sit, and places to sit, along with a bar and lots of Irish memorabilia. You'll want to take a look at this tiny Irish pub and share it with your friends.
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