The Southwest

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Southwest - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Courtney's Bar

    With its selection of more than 60 Irish and 30 Scottish whiskeys and a vast range of Irish craft beers, this family-run traditional bar in...Read More

  • 2. Dick Mack's

    Part cobbler's shop, part bar, this tiny pub has been quenching thirsts since 1899. Offering a quintessential Dingle experience, with music nightly and a big...Read More

  • 3. JM Reidy's

    Informally known as "the sweetshop Pub" this much-loved Killarney landmark, bang in the center of town, dates from 1870 and was recently given an inspired...Read More

  • 4. The South Pole Inn

    This fascinating landmark pub was built by local hero Tom Crean (1877–1938). Crean enlisted in the English navy at the age of 15, and served...Read More

  • 5. An Droichead Beag (The Small Bridge)

    For a lively nighttime spot, try this large, busy pub in the town center, known for live Irish music and late hours....Read More

  • 6. Dolan's Pub

    A lively waterfront spot, Dolan's has traditional Irish music every night, and dancing classes from September to May. Dolan's Warehouse, under the same management and...Read More

  • 7. Gleneagles

    This is the place for big-name Irish acts—from comedian Dara O'Briain to Hozier to Riverdance—at the Irish National Events Centre (INEC) within the hotel. Gleneagles...Read More

  • 8. JJ Bowles Pub

    Supposedly the oldest inn in town---it has served ale to locals from its low-ceiling quarters in a narrow slip lane by the west end of...Read More

  • 9. Nancy Blake's Pub

    There's traditional fireside music at this busy pub year-round on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in the front bar starting at 9 pm. ...Read More

  • 10. O'Flahertys

    An Daingean's pubs are well-known for their music, but among them O'Flaherty's, a simple, stone-floor bar at the entrance to town, is something special and...Read More

  • 11. The Lime Tree and Belltable Theatre

    The Belltable Theater, a former Georgian town house, was remodeled with an Arts and Crafts facade in the early 19th century when it became a...Read More

  • 12. The Locke Bar

    Set on the riverside, this is one of Limerick's oldest bars, dating from 1724, and has live music every night. It's also a great place...Read More

  • 13. Tom Collin's Bar

    Tom Collin's Bar has managed to retain all of its authentic Victorian charm, which you'll see from its bright red-and-white timber facade or its arched...Read More

  • 14. W.J. South's Pub

    An old-fashioned pub, this one is typical of the age of Frank McCourt's Angela's Ashes. There's no music, but you'll find big-game rugby matches playing...Read More

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