The award-winning Talbot Seafood Bar is the perfect place to unwind and meet friends, offering a casual style of dining with an extensive all-day menu – from early breakfast to 9pm. A great place for quality seafood lunches! Complimentary Wi-Fi.
The Barony Restaruant has a relaxed ambience and serves fresh local produce that is a little bit stylish, a little out of the ordinary and a little bit special. With an AA Rosette award for culinary excellence, this chefs at this sophisticated restaurant are ‘true to region, true to season’.
At the bar, enjoy an invigorating cocktail, a mellow glass of wine, or a hearty pint of Guinness!
Food is served seasonally in An Trá Búi, also known as Holmes’ of Doohoma, so it is wise to contact them beforehand – this relates to both the bar food and to the restaurant. The food in both is delicious, including mouthwatering steaks and scrumptious seafood! Looking across to Ballycroy National Park and to Achill Island, there is a wonderful view from Holmes’, which has a long history in the village. An Trá Buí is renowned for its traditional music sessions. This is a great place to soak up the many interesting artefacts which hang on the walls, or to sit and relax beside the roaring turf fire.
Whether you choose to enjoy fine dining in the Bayside Restaurant or a relaxed lunch in the Kilmore Bar, you are sure to have an amazing view from your table, overlooking the beautiful Broadhaven Bay. The chefs here serve a fusion of modern and traditional Irish dishes, using the freshest local produce. Enjoy your pint in the large bar area, and take in the views. Or sit with your glass of wine on a sofa beside the grand piano.
Under new management, this restaurant overlooking the magnificent Carne Golf Links is a wonderful place to enjoy a meal and a glass of wine, whether you are a golfer or not. The views across the Atlantic Ocean to the legendary island of Inis Gluaire are not to be missed! The heart-warming seafood chowder and homemade brown bread has already become a firm favourite. With a wide range of options throughout the day – wraps, paninis, pasta, steaks and seafood – the Clubhouse is a great place to eat any day of the week, not just on Sundays!
Located in the Gateway Leisure centre, the Parklanes Bar & Restaurant is a place where families, couples and friends come to enjoy great food and a social drink in comfortable surroundings. Guardians can choose to eat their meals in Kid Island, where the children can go wild on one of Ireland’s largest playframes! Or the kids will be fully supervised if you prefer to eat in the bar & restaurant. There are dishes to please everyone – from the steak lover to the discerning vegetarian. A great place for all age groups!
One of the area’s most traditional pubs, Una’s is uniquely located beside Blacksod Lighthouse, at the southern end of the Mullet Peninsula. Owners Andrew and Mary are delighted to serve you a pint of Guinness or a cup of tea, with a hearty soup & some sandwiches. Food is served seasonally so be sure to call ahead first to enquire.
The Talbot Lodge is a family-owned business, which was previously called Óstán Synge - named after John Millington Synge, who stayed here and was inspired to write his masterpiece ‘The Playboy of the Western World’, which famously includes the horse-racing on the local beach and refers to 15 local placenames.
The Talbot Lodge is located in a stunning setting in Erris and will provide luxury to those exploring the Wild Atlantic Way!