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One of the oldest pubs in Dublin, the Abbey Tavern oozes character and warmth. Dating back to the 16th century the pub has welcomed thousands of vistors from near and far, many of whom return time after time. A genuine tavern located in the lovely fishing village of Howth, with blazing turf fires, original stone walls flagged floors and gas lights, the Abbey Tavern is a haven from the hustle & bustle of modern life.
Apart from the charming old-world bar, the Abbey Tavern is home to the superb Abbot Restaurant, offering a tempting selection of tasty dishes, paticulalry seafood which is brought from the harbour just 200 yeards away.
The tavern also houses The Barn, where for the past 45 years the famous Abbey Tavern singers and dancers have entertained visitors while they enjoy a fine 3-course dinner followed by an Irish Coffee. A truly memorable night out!
We had a blast! Thanks for checking in. Over all - we had some wonderful places
I have to admit - that after all our travels - I still can't drive a stick shift! I managed to kill the van at some very interesting places! I managed to stop traffic in one town not only on the two streets, but on the sidewalks as well! My new nicknames are 'clutch and lerch'!
I have to admit - everyone was more than welcoming. We ended up the last night at Bunratty - and after closing two bars, we ended up 'crashing' a wedding! Actually, we heard the music and when we got in the hotel, the mother of the bride invited us to come in and join the party. Had a wonderful time - ended up leaving the hotel at 4:00 in the morning!!! Did also answer the age old question - what do men wear under their kilts! I learned more than I wanted to!!
Have a great day. Talk to you soon.
Danielle, Mckinney TX