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If you’re interested in impromptu Irish music, the tiny seaside village of Doolin is the place to go.
And Mc Dermott’s Pub -- a magnet for traditional Irish music -- is the place to hear it.
The Stags Head has live traditional music every night in its music venue (called the Stag’s Tail) below the main bar.
The Baronscourt beats offer some of the most attractive fly-water on the river with anglers having access to 24 named fishing pools.
The most famous pool is the 'Snaa' pool, which, like the Junction on the River Tweed, is one of the best holding pools on the river.
No trip to the Emerald Isle is complete without ducking into a pub and ordering a pint.
From bustling bars in Dublin, to quiet hole-in-the-wall taverns in coastal fishing villages, Ireland has hundreds of great places to have a pint.
The estate and its fishing has just played host to Chris Tarrant and John Horsey on the recent Channel 5 television series with the two pursuing Pike & Salmon in amidst a "few rain showers".
The River Mourne is part of the Foyle Fishery System located in the western part of Northern Ireland.
The Stags Head is the backbone of Dublin’s Temple Bar neighborhood.
The 19th-century spacious room has a long mahogany bar ideal for large parties.
Listen to live jazz bands during a mid-week pint stop, or rock out to a DJ on a Saturday night out.