Requested table for my Wife and Kids. Owner informed us no food on Monday, we had no problem with this. Then became abusive when i asked where i could get food nearby. Made comment about where i was from in the country, very rude Man. Plenty of good food places nearby, so keep going.
Popped into Mary Lynch’s after a long and tiring day of walking the canal and was met with a warm welcome. The food was great and the staff went well out of their way to make me feel comfortable. Thanks a lot! I’ll definitely be dropping by again.
Stayed here for one night 4/10/19,very friendly and helpful host,warm and clean comfortable room en suite,easy to find and the breakfast was more than enough to set you up for the day,also a lovely bar and good crac with the locals,will most certainly stay here again when next in the area and would highly recommend
Stopped by to watch second half of Dublin vs Mayo game yesterday evening. After telling staff this was the reason for our visit, and after ordering food and drink, we were told that we could not watch the television as there was a private party in that room and we we must stay in the bar area. Had to pay for our drink which we didn’t even have before leaving to find somewhere else. Really poor.
We stayed here as a family (3 couples and a baby) and it was ideal - we had the whole floor to ourselves, and there were no issues at all. Friendly hosts, lovely breakfast and a decent bar above. Couldn’t fault the place for a one night stay. Thank you
Stayed here while cycling the canal found the owners friendly and had a good conversation with locals in the bar. The food wasn’t too bad but the accommodation leaves a lot to be desired very dated, damp and mouldy and shabby
Booked Mary Lynch's on Air b and b for 18 nights accomodation as I was working in nearby Edenderry. The pub is situated on the banks of the Royal canal, just off the M4 near Kinnegad. John.Mary and Shirley have made me feel welcome from day one. Nothing was too much trouble as they helped me whenever I asked ( and sometimes before so). The food in this house is excellent. I've eaten like a king during my stay. I'd paid for bed and breakfast but had to leave so early in the morning I'd have to miss breakfast. John said they'd give an evening meal every night instead. They have been the highlight of my day. The bar serves a cracking pint of Guinness plus a wide ramge of drinks. The rooms are lovely and clean, all en suite. They have tea/ coffee making facilities available in the parlour nearby. If you're visiting County Westmeath,or just passing through, Mary Lynch's is well worth a vist (be it short or long).…
We stopped unexpectedly at this pub last Saturday. We were greeted by an exceptionally friendly woman and son who were working there. They could not have been more welcoming and the food was great. Cosy fire was lit and we could have stayed on longer but had to leave. Definitely staff make a place and would go back again.
Recently had the dubious pleasure of visiting Mary Lynches where we payed 22euro for 2 mediocre toasted sandwiches and pot of tea for two. As an Irish person I hope that tourists don't think this is typical of pricing in our country pubs
7 of my family arrived to pub for dinner. Staff were hard to find and eventually we ordered our food. Food was average but hit the spot. Our problems were with the man in charge of the pub who threw the plates at us when serving. My 3 year old nephew turned the salt cellar upside down (without us seeing) and the man roughly snapped the cellar out of his hand and pushed the cellar back at him. We had enough of his rudeness but worse was yet to come. On our way out, there were a group of cyclists having a drink outside. The man had come out ahead of us and started to roar and shout abuse at the group because apparently they had parked their bikes in a bad place. He was roaring at them and we quickly made our exit. We would never go into that pub again and we are very surprised at other people's good experience with the staff of this pub.…