New for 2018
Bedroom One has been renamed “The Studio” and incorporates a small, fully equipped kitchen, and is available for booking all year round.
Anseo B&B, Dunfanaghy.
Tel: +353 (0) 74 91 36 609
Pubs in Dunfanaghy
There are more than enough pubs in Dunfanaghy to shake a short stick at. And better than that, they all offer music of every type of genre imaginable, to satisfy even the most discerning Irish traditional, folk, country, and rock music aficionados.
As a start drop into Cafe Arnou where delicious cocktails are their speciality, in a friendly atmosphere, with outside seating so that you can enjoy the sun sinking over Horn Head and Shepaven Bay.
Next call into the recently renovated Oyster Bar, just a few yards up the street, and enjoy a pleasant pint, and superb music on a Saturday night.
Time now to saunter up the street to a welcome pint in Molly’s Bar, where you’ll be well looked after by Joseph, Geoffrey and Helen, and welcomed by the friendly locals at the bar. Great music over the weekends, and on a rainy day, just sit back and listen to all the philosophical rubbish being mooted around the counter. You may not end up better informed, but you’ll be entertained, and you’ll possibly walk away with a feeling that your life is less complicated than you thought it was. Which is always a good thing.
If you can negotiate crossing the road at this stage, you will be amply rewarded with a pint in the small traditional Patsy Dan’s Bar. Here again you will find live music, a warm welcome, and a convivial atmosphere, where your particular whims will be tended to by the Dan of Patsy Dan’s.
And finally, as your legs, perhaps, request a comfortable repository for your weary, might I suggest a quiet pint in the relaxed confines of The Whiskey Fly, which is part of the family run Arnold’s Hotel.