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Peadar O' Donnell's is famous for its live traditional music nightly and friendly atmosphere.
Silver Street is part of The River Inn - Derry's oldest sited bar dating back to 1684.
Located within the City Walls. Masons provides the perfect tourist destination.
Traditional Irish bar where the craic is. The staff and service at the Iona is second to none.
Owned by Wetherspoons but differs in various ways. Own Menu, Plasma Screens, Live Music and DJs.
Popular with visiting students, artists, musicians and chess players.
Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin is an award-winning Irish language, arts and cultural centre in Derry City.
Northern Ireland’s leading creative media arts centre: event venue, cinema, recording studio an more
Delivering comfort, style, taste and quality as standard.
Offering a fresh, alternative take on a traditional bar. Food served daily 12:00 - 18:00.
Experience rural Ireland at its very best in Ireland’s Highest Bar & Restaurant.
This award winning pub retains all the charm and character of a traditional pub.
Peadar O' Donnell's is famous for its live traditional music nightly, friendly atmosphere, grocer pub decor and flag collection. The Gweedore is a live bands venue.
The River Inn is Derry's oldest sited bar, established in 1684, with its history stretching back to before the siege.
Located within the City Walls. Masons provides the perfect tourist destination. Lunches served 12.00noon - 3.00pm, live weekend entertainment, Sky Sports, Pull your own pint of Guinness or relax with the perfect coffee.
Situated on Spencer Road in the waterside area of the city the Iona House offers a warm welcome to all who enter.
It features plasma screens showing music videos, a dance floor, its own menu, and is also open late Monday to Saturday. Has one of the largest range of Cask Ales, Craft Ales and speciality beers the City has to offer at great value pricing.
A major live music venue in the city ranging from traditional through jazz to world music and the best D.J’s in town.
Popular with visiting students, artists, musicians and chess players
Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin is a purpose-built Irish language, cultural and arts centre based in the Walled City's historic Great James Street area. Facilities include a theatre, arts centre, conference centre and café.
The Nerve Centre is Northern Ireland’s leading creative media arts centre, boasting a wide-ranging programme of arts events, cutting edge projects, creative learning centres, training opportunities and state-of-the-art production facilities.
Delivering comfort, style, taste and quality as standard. Expect stunning, locally sourced, seasonal dishes presented in their own contemporary style, delivered with impeccable service.
The Guildhall Taphouse is steeped in history, yet offers a fresh, alternative take on the traditional bar. Serving craft beer, cocktails and the finest food seven days a week. Food served daily 12:00 - 18:00.
Nestled atop of the Sperrin Mountains, The Ponderosa and it’s surrounding area has a little Irish magic about it and is an idyllic spot to stop off and enjoy some fantastic traditional Irish food, drink, music & craic!
Established in 1852, this award winning Limavady pub retains all the charm and character of the way a traditional pub should be.
Get your laughing gear on and check out Northern Ireland’s top venues for mirth and merriment. If you love a good chuckle, here’s where to go.
The Walled City of Derry’s unparalleled setting, fine architecture, wealth of history and thriving arts, music and foodie scenes make it a fantastic place to spend a few days. Here are 10 of the top things to do.
There’s a real cocktail revolution taking place in Northern Ireland. With a new generation of mixologists and a massive movement in locally produced spirits, this is the best time to check out our charismatic cocktail bars.
After becoming the first UK City of Culture, Derry~Londonderry was thrown into the spotlight as a place for diverse cultural experience. Now regarded as the Halloween party capital of the world, this vibrant destination offers a matchless setting
With open fires, thatched roofs, home brews and award winning food all to be found en route to warm you up, the scenery won’t be the only thing inspiring you to get out walking!
We’ve put together some of our top walks conveniently located next to bars
The allure of the Oak Grove County is wrapped up in its beautiful scenery and tranquillity, mixed with vibrant cultural and historical attractions, action, adventure and a strong literary heritage.
Due to the COVID-19 virus, many Saint Patrick’s day events and celebrations are cancelled for 2020. Please ensure you check with event organisers before travelling. However there are still plenty of ways to enjoy the Saint Patrick’s Day bank
Northern Ireland’s nightclubs are legendary. Whether it's dancing to a guest DJ, sitting back in a VIP booth, or getting to know the locals outdoors, there is no way you can skip this unmissable aspect of nightlife culture.
Michael Palin described the train journey between Derry~Londonderry and Coleraine as “one of the most beautiful rail journeys in the world”. So hop onboard, relax and enjoy the views...
“I really was in awe of what Northern Ireland has to offer on my road trip, every corner you turn there is an amazing view or something new to experience, with excellent food and accommodation too. I often head North for gigs and work, but it was
Making your first fishing trip to Northern Ireland will not just be about fishing. It’s about a bagful of opportunities to lap up the great outdoors, the beauty of the stunning countryside and the craic of the locals. Here is a quick and easy