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19 of Ireland’s most spectacular pubs to drink pints with a view Sit back with a cold one and LOOK. Sun 8:15 PM 18,772 Views 16 Comments Share1021 Tweet138 Email24 THERE ARE PINTS. And then there are pints that come with some of the most spectacular scenery in western Europe. These are the second kind.
The Strand Inn Communion Menu 2015 Homemade Soup Of The Day. Dunmore East Sea Food Chowder, a selection of White, Smoked Fish & Shellfish served with Our Homemade Brown Bread. Duncannon Mussels with our “famous” Blackbean Sauce. Smokie Bake, Smoked Mackerel topped with cheddar and finished with a little cream & baked till golden. Home
The Strand Inn, Waterford Of all the Inns in Ireland, this is my favourite… there, I said it. It’s neither the most design-focussed, nor luxurious, but what it lacks in high-octane glamour it absolutely makes up for in charm, hospitality and cuisine. The Strand Inn overlooks a small harbour, that can, on any given day,
The Saltees are a haven for sea birds, nurturing an impressive array of birds, from Gannets and Gulls to Puffins and Manx Shearwaters. They also lie on an important migratory route and a popular stopping-off place for spring and autumn migrants. The Great Saltee also has a breeding population of Grey Seals, one of
Hook Head is said to have found its way into common English usage in the saying “By Hook or by Crook.” It is claimed that the phrase is derived from a vow to take Waterford by Hook (on the Wexford side of Waterford Estuary) or by Crook (a village on the Waterford side) made by
Dunmore East is a postcard perfect village with a sprinkling of thatched cottages and breath taking views. The village has been a popular holiday resort for many years. Iron Age people established a promontory fort overlooking the sea s. Henceforth the place was referred to as Dun Mor, the Great Fort. Fish was an important
No visit to Waterford is complete without a visit to the home of Waterford’s largest and oldest antiques dealership, and R.J. Keighery Antiques. From a needle to an anchor you will be amazed at what you might find!
Reginald’s Tower is a circular defence tower, set in Waterford City’s historic Viking Triangle. It was built at the beginning of the 13th century. At various stages in its rich history, Reginald’s Tower has been used as a mint, prison and military store.
The three Museums tell the story of Waterford Ireland’s oldest city founded by the Vikings in 914. The story of the city starts at Reginald’s Tower a 12th century mural tower where the Viking museum is located. the exhibits include a set of Viking warrior armour dating to the 9th century.