Great little Irish pub Paddy Coynes is. Very welcoming staff and cozy atmosphere. The steaks we ordered went down a treat.
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All that you would expect from an Irish pub But quieter and not too busy. Staff friendly and very helpful. Food was great. Owner took real care of you.
Hadn't TripAdvisor'd this place beforehand but what a find! Worth the drive for fabulous food. Had mussels as a starter, so many that I over did it for my main! Pollock was gorgeous. Would definitely go back. Truly Irish and packed, on a school night-...More
The place was simply perfect! Food was excellent, service couldn't have been better, and the atmosphere was so good, that I didn't want to leave! If you're looking for an authentic experience, go to this place.
Love this place! If you want to go Irish this is the place to go! Yes it’s miles from civilisation and off the beaten track but that’s Ireland and and if you want a great pub with fantastic Irish food then it’s worth making the...More
What a food, we were simply impressed by quality and flavors we were experiencing there. Compliments to chef. We tried mussels in white wine, scallops on black pudding, west coast salmon and traditional irish lamb stew. Everything was fresh, delicious and beautifully served. Great desserts...More
We stopped by quickly for a full breakfast with sausages, black and white pudding, fried eggs, bacon and hash brown, tomatoe. Children had scrambled egg, and toast with butter and jam. Hot drinks were included. Only locals, everyone was friendly.
One of my favorite pubs ever. The light, the fire, The Guinness. It’s bliss. We chatted to American visitors In the snug while waiting on a table for dinner and swopped travellers tales. At our table we were served delicious miniature warm loaves of Guinness...More
My fiance and I had just checked in to a local B&B down the street and our host suggested Paddy Coyne's for dinner, BOY WERE WE IMPRESSED. All of their food was fresh and the chicken dinner we had was something from Top Chef, even...More
This friendly pub is an excellent place to stop for a refreshing drink and a delicious meal. The bar has an aged ambiance that made me feel comfortable and relaxed. A pint of Smithwick's in front of the fire was just what I needed after...More