Mary Lynch's Pub is located just off the N4 motorway, 44 miles west of Dublin and is beautifully situated on the banks of the Royal Canal. This remarkable building dates back to the early 1900's and boasts an old warm charm much sought after in today's modern bustle.
All rooms are en-suite in this charming accommodation and should you feel hungry we specialise in delicious homecooked food.
If it's tranquility you're after, or if fishing is your game, you're in luck for right outside our door runs the Royal Canal.
When evening falls you will find friendliness and craic indoors, at the weekends there is a lively traditional session or a live solo act.
We are only six miles from the thriving business town of Mullingar with all its modern shops and restaurants.
Do you like golf, tennis, football, swimming, horse riding?
Whatever your choice, you are only a 10 minute drive away at Mary Lynch's.
Whats on Offer:
- Live Music
- Parties Catered For
- Car Parking
- Family Friendly
- Family Run
- High Chairs
- Listed Building
- Open Fire
- Wheelchair Access
Had a great night in this pub? Loved the food? Write a review and let us know what you thought of this pub.
Many thanks to John for the hospitality and great food from a winter cyclist in need of warmth and made to feel most welcome. Well worth a stop on the Royal Canal Cycle, Andrew
Review published 30 January 2015
Posted by: Andrew
"Food and Accommodation"
Excellent food and very reasonably priced B&B. Very friendly
Review published 3 September 2012
Posted by: Tony Davis
"Royal Canal Boat Rally"
I was in this lovely pub last summer when the boat rally passed through and the atmosphere was excellent. John the barman was very friendly and accomodating. I had my 3 yr old daughter with me and when it was time to go, she wanted to stay!!!!!!!! I would reccommend this pub to anyone, be it a regular drinker, passer-by or even a family. The food and drink were both a joy and I cant wait to call in again.
Review published 24 February 2010
Posted by: Boatman
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