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Behind a traditional flower-decked pub frontage proudly proclaiming its establishment in 1838 lies a very modern hybrid, combining the qualities of the classic Irish bar with something altogether different - and it's all to do with good food. When brothers-in-law Paul L ...
Just a few minutes drive from the busy town of Naas, the Flanagan family's attractive traditional pub enjoys a serenely scenic location overlooking the Grand Canal and the boats moored in Sallins harbour. But, although Lock 13 is a pleasingly old-fashioned pub in many ...
It’s the fantastic food that draws people to the O’Sullivan family’s pub and it’s wise to book well ahead to get a taste of the wonderful things this fine country kitchen has to offer. The neatly painted cream and navy exterior, the clipped trees ...
Down a slip road off the M4 and insulated from traffic noise by thick hedges, this charming and immaculately maintained bar and informal restaurant has something of the best kind of Victorian country railway station about it, with its neat brickwork, jaunty flowers and w ...
What a delight it is for the visitor to happen on this cosy and well-run harbourside pub. With its handsome traditional ‘drinking bar’ on the right and much larger lounge bar (where food is served) on the left as you enter, both cheered by open fires and wit ...
Enjoying a picturesque location beside the Royal Canal, this boutique hotel near Blanchardstown offers contemporary accommodation, a pleasant bar and restaurant, and a large heated deck with outdoor seating overlooking the lock. Under new ownership since 2016, following ...