Places To Drink by Tourist Area: Wild Atlantic Way

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Launched in spring 2014, the Wild Atlantic Way is a 2,500 km coastal route that invites the visitor to explore Ireland’s dramatic western seaboard. Flagged as ‘the world’s longest coastal drive’, thanks to the many headlands and inlets that beg to be investigated along the way, it aims to highlight the most dramatic landmarks and attractions while also making it easier to find the interesting little out of the way places that might otherwise be by-passed. It can be joined at any point and is divided into five sections, the first being Donegal in the north, with the other four (Donegal-Mayo; Mayo-Clare; Clare-Kerry; Kerry-Cork) leading you right down the Atlantic seaboard to the southern counties of Cork and Kerry. A simple route map is available on discoverireland.ie where full information on each section is given, including activities and key ‘discovery points’. The very distinctive bright blue ‘wave’ road signs make it virtually impossible to get lost - and we have plenty of suggestions for the best places to eat, drink and stay along the way, many of which are run by people who know the west coast back to front and will help visitors to find a genuine sense of discovery along this beautiful and fascinating coastline.

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3 votes

The Locke Bar

Limerick, Co. Limerick
Pub / Restaurant
Outstanding Location, building or atmosphere
This popular bar, with its riverside location in the heart of Limerick City and its convivial offering of food, drink and music, appeals to Limerick people and visitors alike. Conveniently located above the boats that make fast at the pontoon, R ...
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2 votes

Guys Bar and Snug

Clifden, Co. Galway
Pub
Serious About Seafood The "Best of the Best" - Only the very best establishments across various categories have been chosen for this accolade
Right in the heart of Clifden this is one of the town's oldest bars and retains many of its original featured (including welcoming open fires), yet it has a fresh contemporary feeling. It began life In the early 19th century as a traditional pub-groce ...
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3 votes

Campbell's Bar

Westport, Co. Mayo
Pub
At the foot of Croagh Patrick, just cross the road from the Great Famine national monument, this characterful old pub has been in the same family for generations and dates back to the mid eighteenth century. Flagged as a 'museum pub', the photographs ...
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3 votes

Paddy Coynes Pub

Renvyle, Co. Galway
Character Pub
Outstanding Location, building or atmosphere Serious About Seafood The "Best of the Best" - Only the very best establishments across various categories have been chosen for this accolade
A Connemara institution, Gerry Coyne’s lovely big-hearted pub dates back to 1811 and, judging by the memorabilia on display in the bar, there are plenty of artefacts here now that might be familiar to customers from that time. It's a fascinating ...
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2 votes

The Towers Bar & Restaurant

Westport, Co. Mayo
Pub
Outstanding Location, building or atmosphere
Scenically located, with great views of Clew Bay, Clare Island and Croagh Patrick, this long-established pub with restaurant has thrived under the ownership of Tom Bourke since 2016 and - even in the competitive Westport restaurant environment - is now ...
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7 votes

Pot Duggans

Ennistymon, Co. Clare
Character Pub
Denotes genuine Irish food culture, ie special Irish food products/companies/producers, and highlights the best places to shop for regional and artisan foods; the selection excludes obvious 'non-Irish' elements regardless of quality, eg ethnic restaurants and specialists in coffee, wine and other drinks, unless relevant to local production or history. Eat & Stay establishments are chosen for their commitment to showcasing local produce and Irish hospitality. Previous Georgina Campbell Guides Award Winner The "Best of the Best" - Only the very best establishments across various categories have been chosen for this accolade
They do quirky traditional very well in County Clare - and nowhere better than at this grey-painted two-storey house in Ennistymon, which has charmed visitors and locals alike since it reopened in May 2018. Pot Duggan is a venture by publican Trev O&r ...
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17 votes

Foyle Hotel by Chef Brian Mc Dermott

Moville, Co. Donegal
Hotel / Restaurant
Denotes genuine Irish food culture, ie special Irish food products/companies/producers, and highlights the best places to shop for regional and artisan foods; the selection excludes obvious 'non-Irish' elements regardless of quality, eg ethnic restaurants and specialists in coffee, wine and other drinks, unless relevant to local production or history. Eat & Stay establishments are chosen for their commitment to showcasing local produce and Irish hospitality.
Temporarily Closed A wide main street lined with impressive Victorian buildings hints at the significant history of this handsome town on the shores of Lough Foyle. Once a port used by transatlantic travellers, it now plays a more relaxed role as a no ...
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6 votes

Courtmacsherry Hotel

Courtmacsherry, Co. Cork
Hotel
Outstanding Location, building or atmosphere
Situated a stone’s throw from the waters of the beautiful bay, the Adams family's small traditional hotel is the heart of the local community - and one of the friendliest places to stay on the Cork coast. It's one of those nice old fashioned ho ...
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3 votes

Waterfront Hotel

Dungloe, Co. Donegal
Hotel / Restaurant
Denotes genuine Irish food culture, ie special Irish food products/companies/producers, and highlights the best places to shop for regional and artisan foods; the selection excludes obvious 'non-Irish' elements regardless of quality, eg ethnic restaurants and specialists in coffee, wine and other drinks, unless relevant to local production or history. Eat & Stay establishments are chosen for their commitment to showcasing local produce and Irish hospitality. Outstanding Location, building or atmosphere
Well situated in the scenic Rosses Gaeltacht, overlooking Dungloe Bay, the former Ostan na Rossan was acquired by the Boyle family in 2015, after lying empty for years, and redeveloped as a fine four star hotel. Having been virtually re-built and the ...
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6 votes

Westward Ho Bar and Restaurant

Co. Limerick, Shannon West
Pub
Situated in the picturesque village of Mungret – just five kilometres south-west of Limerick city, on the Foynes road - Westward Ho was formerly a traditional country pub, beloved of locals and weary commuters alike. Following a closure - a ...
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