4 based on 99 reviews
Glencloy Inn - Where Friends Meet!We operate a culture of excellence which is the foundation of our establishment. With three bars,an off-license and a fully operational restaurant, we can cater to your functions and partys at competitive rates. With grea
I've been going to this bar & Restaurant ( The Loft) regularly for at least the last 10 years, many times each year when visiting our local caravan. Great craic and very reasonable prices, it's great to have this facility and never disappoints. Try a 'Paddy's Diamond' cocktail if you want something different .
4 based on 168 reviews
Mattieâs Meeting House is a local hang out just a short stroll up the road from Ballycairn House. We were lucky to get a reservation, as it was almost fully booked. We spent an unforgettable evening at the warm, traditional country pub. My husband and I quenched our thirst after a long day of adventuring with pints of Guinness and Magners, enjoyed Mattieâs mouthwatering Guinness Pie, and sang along with the talented local musicians who played the guitar, banjo, fiddle, recorder, and piccolo and accepted requests all evening. They were extremely friendly to our children who stayed up far after their bedtime enjoying the live music. It was so amazing that we returned the following night, and by that time we were old friends!
4 based on 133 reviews
We had dinner and breakfast here. Dinner was in a busy, fully booked dining room with a sea view; breakfast was served in a lonely, dark back room whereas sea view tables were empty - we were the only overnight guests.
4 based on 257 reviews
When visiting this beautiful seaside village - do NOT miss a visit to one of Ireland's smallest pubs - Mary McBride's.....say hello to owners Cormac and his sister Fiona while enjoying a pint of Guinness and chatting with one or two of the locals. This pu
One of the places where you can get food and drink, its a very small pub near the bridge, very quaint and with a newer feature which is one of the Game Of Thrones doors. You can get a 'Passport' for the doors and you get a stamp at each of them when you visit each one spread over Northern Ireland. This one is about Arias journey. The doors were carved from trees from the 'Dark Hedges' which blew over in a storm.
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