Pubs

Bennett's Bar is situated in the tiny hilltop village of Ardcath in east Meath. Much of the pubs rustic wooden interior dates to 1917. Featured on TV3 and in the Sunday World newspaper, Bennett's roaring fire and cracking pint of Guinness makes it well worth the trip. Live Traditional Music every Thursday.

Donegan's - a traditional Irish whiskey pub since 1871. Donegan's of Collon is situated on the main Slane - Derry route, having opened its doors as a resting place for weary travellers back in 1871, with yard and stables for the horses. Donegan's is still looking after both the local community and passers-by, whether you're looking for a seat by the two open fires on a chilly winter's day or sit in the summer sun in our comfortable yard. 

Clarkes Bar suitated in the town centre of Drogheda is a unique pub dating back to 1900.  Today the unique fetures of the interior are still in place along with some wonderful characters who frequent on a daily basis.  The pint of Guinness is the main tipple and it is said to be have the best pint in town.  Well worth a visit!

Tara Na Rí, meaning Tara of the Kings, is located on the foothills of the world famous Hill of Tara with a comfortable lounge with a solid fuel stove and a lively bar.  The old stone building has been meticulously maintained and is ideal for any occassion.  Regular live music events including the annual music festival 'Tara Rocks'

The Market Bar Magdalene Street Drogheda , beside the 13th Century Magdalene Tower .  A Family Owned & Ran traditional olde world Style Bar with lots of Antiques & memorabilia.

We caters for All Sports Fans , with All major sporting events shown live , and our Bookmakers next door if you fancy a Bet.

Live Music most nights from Traditional to Rock To Country .

Welcome to Coburn's Bar, a restored original Irish bar with music, drinks and gastro food. Public house hours apply. Call to check for food bookings

A lovely pub with old rustic charm.  Food is served all day in the bar and the restaurant open from early evening providing varied dishes from a choice of menus.  Coach tours are catered for but prior notice is appreciated.  There is also music provided in this premises.

Great casual gastropub food in a relaxed atmosphere with outdoor courtyard spaces during summer and open fires in wintertime for a real Irish welcome. Showcasing Irish craft beers, gins and barista coffees, it is the perfect resting spot after a day exploring the Boyne Valley. Live entertainment on many nights of the week.

One of the oldest pubs in Meath, since 1904. This pub was voted Traditional Pub of the year and Runner-Up ‘Powers’ Snug of the Year in 2012. There are many nooks and corners to this wonderful pub, where you can enjoy our craft beers, special whiskeys or your favourite cocktail beside the cosy log fires and watch the world go by.

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