Lynch's Bar/The Sheermore

Drink

Pub

Well away from the bustle of nearby Carrick-on-Shannon, Padraig and Christina Lynch's friendly traditional bar, grocery and hardware shop on the Shannon-Erne Waterway is known from the road as "The Sheermore" - but presents its much more attractive side to the water
  • Equestrian (nearby)
  • Fishing (coarse on site)
  • Fishing (Fly Fishing)
  • Forest / Woodland with trails nearby
  • Golf nearby
  • Pool Table
  • Walking (established walks)
  • Family Friendly
  • Location - By a river
  • Location - Waterside

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