Based in the town of Oughterard, Co. Galway, Breathnachs bar is not too far from the beautiful sights of Aughamure Castle, Owenriff River and Lough Corrib. The quaint and cosy pub is, therefore, a nice spot after a day of sightseeing.
Located in deepest Connemara, Lowry’s bar in Clifden is a gem of a place with traditional music seven days a week, endless Guinness and a vast array of gin and whiskey blends. Not far from the beach, Lowry’s is a hard place to beat along the west coast.
Mannion’s pub is a great place to refuel after adventures in Connemara. The family-run pub is a wonderful pit stop for weary travellers looking for good food and drink in a traditional setting.
Another Connemara favourite, Paddy Coyne’s Pub in Tullycross provides a welcoming atmosphere with its endless memorabilia and open fire. On a sunny day, the pub’s beer garden is the perfect place to soak up some rays over a pint or two.
Situated midway along the Wild Atlantic Way and within Connemara, Tigh Giblin pub is a special and unique find, serving up local brews, excellent food and playing great traditional Irish music on a regular basis. Only opening its doors in 2014, the pub is already a favourite with many locals and passersby and has even caught the attention of national media in recent years.
The historic Front Door pub in Galway City is deceptively large, with five different bar areas and plenty of nooks and crannies to hide away in. The pub livens up in the evening with DJs and an eclectic mix of music that is played throughout the night. During the day, visitors can also enjoy a quiet pint in the cosy pub.
A cosy and nostalgic pub at the heart of Galway City, Tig Neactain has hosted many great Irish traditional musicians and famous characters since opening its door in 1894. A favourite among locals, the pub is a special drinking spot in Galway and on a busy evening often sees customers spilling out onto the street.