Thady Inn

Drink & Eat

Pub

Formerly a barracks for British soldiers, this small whitewashed pub is set well back from the road and the present owners, Den and Martha O'Flaherty, have kept it simple, just as the previous generation did for 30 years before them.
  • Children - Not Suitable
  • Location - Peaceful
  • Location - Scenic
  • Steak House
  • Atmospheric
  • Character Pub
  • Informal
  • Pub Grub

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