Nice wee seafood chowder and Guinness after a wee walk up the hill. Nice bar, with Irish charm and a turf fire.
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No staff waited a long while and landlady then served a regular before me. Had been here numerous times but pub could offer a lot more if better run. Lady lady was clearly struggling and mumbled that 2 staff hadn't turned up but could have...More
We came down after climbing croagh patrick and were in need of a pint of shandy and some food. Friendly staff ordered fish and chips not ling to wait and was definatdly worth it fish was massive lovely delicios foid couldnt eat it all but...More
Believe me, if you are going to climbing the Croagh Patrick, are you going to need a very good food and a pint of your favorite drink and this is the best place in the bottom of the Croagh Patrick. The prices are very good...More
We came here as part of a stag party in May. Pints were tasty and expertly served with a smile. We didn't eat the Bar/Restaurant food but it looked great as it was passing us! We had arranged a group BBQ and we were brought...More
I wandered into this establishment by chance after descending Croagh Patrick . I was warmly greeted with a delicious pint of Guinness ,friendly bar staff and a cozy turf fire. My friends soon joined me and we settled into some banter , pints and craic...More
Very impressed with the meal we had in this pub after climbing Croagh Patrick. Lovely atmosphere, views out the bay and friendly, helpful service. The food was delicious and very good value. (Put the menus or food service times on your website.....we nearly missed that...More
At the foot of the Pilgrim's Path up Croagh Patrick, Campbell's is exactly the kind of traditional Irish pub you would hope to find waiting for you after a long climb. Friendly and efficient service, pleasant atmosphere. Good pub.