About UsTaking time to visit The Tower Bar is a must as you explore the breathtaking North Mayo Coast. This century old pub is situated in the shadow of the ancient Round Tower in the picturesque village of Killala. With excellent homemade food, good company and lively entertainment, you can always be assured of a warm and friendly welcome by our staff. A popular spot with the locals, the bar caters for parties and special occasions from birthdays to fund-raisers and themed parties, to just joining us for a “quiet pint” which we nurture with pride. Our aim is to please and we will arrange your special occasion to suit your requirements and your pocket! A secluded smoking area is offered for your convenience. Family run bar offering excellent food and drink. We cater for 21st Parties, Christening and Birthday celebrations, Fund-raisers i.e. table quizzes, race nights etc. We have a pool table, juke box and smoking area for your enjoyment.
Killala is a fishing village of immense character and history. There is an impressive well-preserved 12th Century Round Tower, a striking Cathedral and winding streets to explore. Visit the old pier from where boats may be hired for angling and sight-seeing. See the 1798 landing site and the first town garrisoned by the French army under the command of General Humbert. Killala is the gateway to touring the Céide fields (the oldest Neolithic settlement in Europe) and Downpatrick Head. Nearby are the ruins of Moyne Abbey and Rosserk Abbey on the majestic and famous salmon-fishing River Moy. There are miles of unspoiled beaches, including Ross and Lacken, to explore.
Whats on Offer:
- Live Music
- Pub Quiz
- Themed Nights
- Car Parking
- Family Friendly
- Family Run
- High Chairs
- Open Fire
- Smoking Area
- Wheelchair Access
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"Purple Side Dish...?"
In October of 2008, we stayed in Killala, and visited The Tower Bar, on several occasions. Each time we had dinner, we had a very delicious purple side dish. We meant to ask what it was, but between the Guinness, and the various trips to castles ruins, we forgot all about it, but we never did forget the dish. Now, five years later our curiosity is starting to ask again, what was in that dish. Everything about this pub was great, just wished we had made a little more time to ask about the dish. Guess will have to go back soon, to enjoy a few more pints, and few more dinners.
Review published 22 January 2013
Posted by: CubbY!
"Fish & Chips to die for!!"
Had a great meal at the Tower Bar, the fish & chips is exceptional, hard to beat it anywhere in Ireland. Guinness went down easily too - great pint! Very friendly helpful staff.
Review published 12 August 2009
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