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The Shamrock Lodge, Falcarragh, Co. Donegal


Main Street
Falcarragh
Co. Donegal

Email: theshamrocklodge@eircom.net
Tel: +353 (0) 74 9135057
Fax: +353 (0) 74 9135192
Proprietor: Margaret Doohan

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About Us

Situated in the heart of Falcarragh The Shamrock is a Family run Pub for more than 50 years. A popular pub with  a warm welcome & a friendly atmosphere.

An old style Pub with a Cosy Bar & Lounge, Meeting Room & Music Area.  The Beer Garden is a treat hidden at the back, Well worth a visit.  Find us on Facebook.

The Shamrock offers Live Music, supporting Local Bands as well as Trad Nights through the Year.  Poetry Nights, Quiz Nights as well as meeting Points for walkers. Local football covered & supported, also  Sky, Setanta, Pooltable & Jukebox.  

The walls & ceilings of the Shamrock are covered in History, Local interest & collected curiosities over the Years.  And just last Year the Beer garden was given an update.  The Pub is unusual, interesting, traditional, friendly, cosy & welcoming and definately worth a visit.

Local Attractions

Local to the Town of Falcarragh are the Stunning Beaches.  Muckish & Errigal Mountains are close by. 

A short trip away are Ards Friary, Glenveagh National Park, Horn Head & Dunlwey to name a few.

 

Whats on Offer:

  • Live Music
  • Parties Catered For
  • Pub Quiz
  • Sport

Facilities:

  • Beer Garden
  • Family Run
  • Smoking Area
  • WiFi

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"A chance visit"

On a coach holiday from England to Co. Donegal this week, we stopped in Falcarragh for a short break and my wife and I popped in for a quick drink. We were welcomed by the landlady and customers like family members. Some others on our coach also came in and ordered tea, which appeared in no time flat, together with biscuits and slices of fruit cake. By the time we left we felt like locals. A terrific pub with a good pint and many interesting pictures and artefacts. A real pub. Unfortunately, it is unlikely that we will ever visit again but a great, happy memory.

 
Review published 2 July 2016
Posted by: Les

 
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