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Stayed one night at this property last week. The bar and rooms are recently renovated and it all looks great with each room number being the year Kerry won the all Ireland(sporting event)..the bathroom looked very modern. Downstairs the very contemporary bar served tasty uncomplicated...More
A fantastic little Irish pub, very traditional in its setting. There is some interesting GAA memorabilia on the walls, wonderful live music most nights and quality pints. The staff were always very professional and friendly. I would definitely recommend a visit.
Small from the outside but plenty of seating at the back. Quick service and really tasty food, vegetable soup which was steaming hot and a full Irish breakfast went down very well. Al good value for money.
The staff are so friendly.
The menu choice for lunch is excellent.
The new interior is lovely, really comfortable.
Plenty of seating area.
The food was top-notch. Can't complain and the prices were even better.
All-round superb. Really enjoyable experience for lunch.
Popped into O'Dwyers "The Villa Marie" pub, for a cup of tea and a scone on a chilly day. Waitress was so lovely - very warm and charming, despite the fact that our tab was small. Made us feel welcome. Bar was beautiful, fresh flowers...More