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The Lavey Inn, Cavan Town, Co. Cavan


Dublin Road
Cavan Town
Co. Cavan

Email: thelaveyinncavan@yahoo.ie
Tel: +353 (0) 49 430577
Proprietor: Seamus Farrelly

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The Lavey Inn has been a popular meeting place for many years. It offers the ultimate in food and drink leaving you spoiled for choice with the extensive bar menu, "Early Bird" and Crannóg Bistro. On sports days, with 4 large screens, the Lavey Inn is the place to be offering plenty of seating and a great atmosphere is guaranteed!

There is always a warm welcome for you at the Lavey Inn, owned by Seamus and Pauline Farrelly. It is a famous landmark country bar and bistro renowned for good food and entertainment. It is definitely Cavan's No.1 top venue for food, drink and craic!

The Lavey Inn is proven the place to be for teenage discos, teenagers travel great distances to attend Twisters Nite Club, the most talked about teenage disco in Cavan.

 

Whats on Offer:

  • Comedy
  • Food
  • Late Bar
  • Live Music
  • Parties Catered For
  • Pub Quiz
  • Restaurant
  • Sport
  • Transport

Facilities:

  • Baby-changing Facilities
  • Beer Garden
  • Car Parking
  • Coach Tours
  • Family Friendly
  • Family Run
  • Function Room
  • High Chairs
  • Open Fire
  • Smoking Area
  • Wheelchair Access
  • WiFi

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"Great food "

My husband and I stopped off at the Lavey Inn, Cavan on our way back to Kilkenny for something to eat on the 7-05-2013. We got a lovely warm welcome From a girl serving us, long brown hair apology for not getting her name, she served us the best food I have eaten in a long time, and her manner and professionalism was Fantastic. All about our experience in this pub was delightful. Will definitely stop off there again.thankyou.

 
Review published 8 May 2013
Posted by: Maureen o Sullivan

 
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