|The twin towns of Killaloe/Ballina offer a variety of Pubs and Restaurants to cater for every visitors needs. When you're tired after a day's activities or if the rain has put a hold on your golfing or walking plans, why not relax in one of Killaloe/Ballina's many traditional pubs and sample a pint of Guinness and some quality food.|
Gooser's Pub is located on the Ballina (East) side of the river shannon, and is the first pub/restaurant you'd see if you are entering the town from the Limerick/Dublin road (N7).
||Gooser's offers lunchtime and evening 'pub grub', and a fine pint of Guinness to any thirsty travellers! There is a separate restaurant for those seeking a slightly more formal evening meal, and the food is excellent.To book telephone: +353 (0) 61 376 791|
|Also on the East side of the river is Galloping Hogans Pub and Restaurant. Galloping Hogans is situated right on the riverside and also offers food and beverages to visitors throughout the day and evening. |
|If you are looking for a top quality meal with relaxing views over the river Shannon, then why not try the award-winning Cherry Tree restaurant. The quality of the food is excellent and the service is just as good.
|If you are prepared to travel further afield, you could enjoy a Bunratty Castle Banquet. Bunratty Castle was built in the 15th century by the Earl of Thomond, from here he ruled over his Chiefdom and entertained lavishly, in fact he was famous for his hospitality. Following this tradition of hospitality, the world renowned Bunratty Medieval Banquet is held twice nightly throughout the year.|
|The entertainment provided by the superb Bunratty Singers is a fitting compliment to a four course meal, a lively meal reception and of course good wine. We invite you to enjoy an unforgettable evening surrounded by the splendour of the castle itself.
|Twice nightly, (subject to demand) at 17.30 and 20.45 year round.|
Bunratty Castle is only 25 minutes (approx) from Killaloe/Ballina. For further details or bookings contact +353 (0) 61 360 788.