Great Irish Bars: Pint of view

As we look at our coastal regions with fresh eyes, our hospitality requirements, too, continue to change and evolve. And some of the very best pubs now earn much of their imprimatur by dint of their proximity to an especially attractive maritime view

18th August, 2019
Great Irish Bars: Pint of view

With our superb coastline and its often jaw-dropping scenery, you’d wonder why the island isn’t ring-fenced by seaside pubs. But then again, drinking in Ireland for many generations was a strictly indoor sport.

As we look at our coastal regions with fresh eyes, our hospitality requirements, too, continue to change and evolve. And some of the very best pubs now earn much of their imprimatur by dint of their proximity to...

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