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I was in there twice with my wife last weekend.real old school pub.lots of old stuff hanging out of ceiling.fire was lighting very cosy. The Guinness is top of the range.I would definitely recommend people to go there and have a few Guinness
Hi we visited the cottage bar last sunday night. We had two drinks each and the publican never spoke to us. No please, thank you, where are ye from, its cold out. NOTHING. We are dog lovers and he has even thought his cocker spaniel...More
I was in this pub last night with a group of my friends who were all predominantly male - the bar lady (blonde curly hair and older) aggressively grabbed my friends pint out of his hand and excused him of robbing drinks. We were shocked...More
Blazing fire welcomes the cold traveller.
Very friendly staff and good Guinness.
This is a fine example of an old Fashioned Irish bar,you just cannot fake this level of authenticity because it's the real thing.
I can remember being brought here as a kid with...More
The cottage bar looked lovely, warm and cosy untill we walked in and the woman behind the counter shouted at us "GET OUT" are ye a stag "NO STAGS, GET OUT" we had 6 in our group and we just wanted a quiet drink. I...More