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Pubs in Donegal

Part of Donegal's enduring charm is the sheer comfort and warmth of our pubs. Our pubs often serve the best food, provide authentic Irish music and dance, and are very family friendly.

Roadhouse Bar and Restaurant

Roadhouse Bar is a landmark pub & restaurant. They are well known for fresh cod and homemade chips and very reasonably priced bar menu. Very clean and warm premises. Free WiFi, Sky Sports and beer garden with seats and umbrellas. Large parking area available. Opening hours 12pm to 8pm seven days a week.

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Logues Bar

A lovely wee traditional pub on the edge of the Rosguill Peninsula, boasting open log fires, they specialise in Irish bottled & draught craft beers.

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The Olde Glen Bar & Restaurant & Tearoom

The Olde Glen bar, restaurant & tearoom is a quaint Pub, restaurant & tearoom that is welcoming to all visitors.

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The Railway Tavern & Firebox Grill

Located close to Fahan Marina, the Railway Tavern & Firebox Grill, which was formally the Station House of the Londonderry & Lough Swilly Railway Company (L&LSR), is a popular venue with locals and visitors. Warm and welcoming with big open fires and railway memorabilia it serves great freshly prepared dishes using local produces such as Donegal crab, mussels and lamb. It is famous for its steaks …

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The Loft Bar & Restaurant Falcarragh

Small Bar located in the Heart of Falcarragh. Live music every Thurs, Fri & Saturday. Restaurant open Friday- Sunday 4.00-9.00pm. Large Beer Garden & Attic Cocktail Bar.

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Donegal Food Tours

We are a food tour company running food tours from Letterkenny to Downings and Donegal Town to Sliabh Liag. Tours usually run 1pm - 6pm. You will get to see some of the beautiful Wild Atlantic Way, meet producers, taste real Donegal food, experience cookery demonstrations and many other things. This tour is an experience for the senses.

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Caisleain Oir Hotel

The Caisleain Oir, or Castles of Gold, hotel is located in the quaint village of Annagry, County Donegal. The 3 star hotel has established itself as a vibrant family run business with an emphasis on providing quality food and a friendly environment for guests. The accommodation comprises of 20 en suite bedrooms, tea- and coffee-making facilities and TV. During a stay, guests can treat themselve…

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Rosato’s Bar & Restaurant

When visiting Moville or north east Inishowen Rosato’s is a must visit. Famous for its food, atmosphere, craic and live music you will not be disappointed. The two log fires and friendly staff will guarantee you the warmest of welcomes.

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Biddys OBarnes

Biddys OBarnes one of Donegals most iconic pub located in the scenic Barnesmore Gap. A true, rural, family-run pub, its a refuge to the weary traveller, retaining a lot of the characteristics of yore with wooden beams and a stone floor. As a break from a tiring journey, Biddys provides tasty pub grub and great toddies. Local legend also tells that its Unlucky to Pass so best not to chance it.

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Simpson’s Bar & Restaurant

Simpson’s Bar & Restaurant is a Family-Run business situated in the heart of the Inishowen Peninsula, in Carndonagh. Established in 1911, The Restaurant is renowned for its Freshly Cooked Meals. The Bar is adorned with antique furniture where a luxurious atmosphere has been created. We specialise in Outside Catering, as well as boasting two function rooms for all those special occasions. …

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Lily McGonagles Bar and Tea Room

Lily’s Bar & Tea Rooms, Malin Town, Inishowen, Donegal! Enjoy chilled creamy Guinness, a glass of rather good wine, a cool gin and tonic or maybe a delicious coffee. Whatever your taste the staff at Lily’s Bar will have a warm Irish welcome for you. Lily’s is a comfortable village Bar, homely and welcoming, open fires on cool evenings, the music and craic can just happen when you’re not looking…

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Lake of Shadows Hotel

Here in the Lake of Shadows Hotel, we are famous for providing delicious, new and 'old favourites' dishes on out brassiere style Bistro menu. Using as many locally sourced ingredients as possible, we serve the finest quality, freshly-prepared food. We offer a choice of dining options to suit any occasion. From a light snack in our Bistro to a sumptuous Sunday Lunch served in our Restaurant, w…

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Quay West Café Bar & Terrace @ The Allingham Arms Hotel

Situated in The Allingham Arms Hotel in Bundoran you have the choice between 2 of our bars to dine and drink in. The Quay West Café Bar is a stylish yet modern Café Bar and was designed with comfort in mind. We have added a new outdoor alfresco dining terrace where the weather is our wallpaper. You can enjoy Lunch, Dinner and Cocktails in this beautiful outdoor space. Bar Food is served fro…

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Woodhill House

Woodhill House is an historic coastal manor house dating back in parts to the 17th century and formerly the family home of the Nesbitts, local landlords and Irelands last commercial whaling family of the 19th century. The house which overlooks the beautiful Donegal Highlands is set in its own grounds with an old walled garden. It is half a mile from the sea and a quarter of a mile from the coast…

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Leo’s Tavern Bar and Restaurant

Leo’s Tavern is renowned for its music being the birth place of world famous musical talents Enya, Clannad and Moya Brennan. The proprietor Bartley Brennan is Leo Brennan’s youngest son and Leo himself continues to entertain the locals and tourists regularly. There’s always something going on at Leo’s Tavern so drop in for a great nights entertainment and food. You never know who might be ther…

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The Purty House

The Purty House is a family run traditional Irish pub & beer garden. It may be Ramelton’s newest pub but the building has a long family history dating back to the 1800s. Originally a family home, in a later lifetime it came to be used for potato storage - aka the purty house. Also known as Coyle’s Bar, the Purty House is run by father-son duo, Thomas & Jesse Coyle. Located in Bridge End Ramel…

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McGrorys Hotel

The Front Bar is renowned as one of Ireland’s most popular pubs, and more importantly, one with a distinct Irish feel. The open fire, the live musicians, the range of Irish craft beers, a collection of authentic vintage signs and fittings – The Front Bar is the mainstay of the Hotel for over 30 years. With vintage timber reclaimed from old Derry dock pilings gracing the room, and an open fireplace…

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Salmon Inn

A Hidden Gem located along The Wild Atlantic Way on the Edge of the Atlantic Ocean serving up the Best Dishes Donegal Offers ..call us on 074 97 34040.

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Smugglers Creek Inn

Nestled on the clifftop overlooking the fantastic Rossnowlagh Beach & Donegal Bay, we offer tasty food, drinks, accommodation & good craic. Come visit, well be glad to see you. Smugglers is taking a break, re-opening on Friday, 20th December at 12 noon. You can still contact us to make reservation for after 20th Dec. Just give us a call on +353 71 9852367 or email us on info@smugglerscreekinn.c…

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The Ceili House Bar

The Ceili House Bar is a Traditional Irish Music pub in the beautiful heritage town of Ardara, Co. Donegal They have Traditional Irish Music sessions 7 nights a week during the summer season (May-September) and at weekends during the winter. All musicians are welcome to join the open session starting at 9.30pm. Free Wifi-Beer Garden-Bar Snacks Accommodation also available.

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