- Equestrian (nearby)
- Fishing (coarse nearby)
- Fishing (Fly Fishing nearby)
- Fishing (Sea Angling nearby)
- Garden Visits (nearby)
- Hunting/Shooting (nearby)
- Walking (established walks)
- Walking - Hillwalking (recommended routes or guides available)
- Location - Town Centre
- Open New Year
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Contemporary Irish
- Cool Venue
- Early Bird / Value Menu Available
- Extensive Wine List
- Organic Produce used (mainly)
- Sunday Dining
- Vegetarian Friendly (always at least 1 starter & 1 main course)
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