Paddy’s as a pub can be traced back to 1826, when it traded as Paddys as a pub can be traced back to 1826, when it traded as a pub and grocery shop with a Forge attached , a cow byre in the yard and a garden across the road where the produce was sourced. Since then it has been offering hospitality to locals and visitors. Today, the old part of the building remains practically untouched furnished with antiques, cushions and pieces of furniture collected over the years lending itself to a cosy relaxed atmosphere transporting you back in time. The only change now is that the Forge is now part of the bar. We still have the garden across the road where our herbs and vegetables come from and today our garden includes a lovely row of Old World Cottages and Riverrun House where our guests can stay and enjoy the countryside and what this charming village has to offer. While there have been many owners down through the years, today’s owners, the Tierney family have a long connection with the pub going back to the early 1900s so they are as passionate as the locals to ensure that the only changes to be made to Paddy’s is on the Menu !
Terryglass – Where Ireland’s Ancient East meets the Wild Atlantic Way.
Terryglass, off the beaten track is the ideal base for visitors. Since the 4th century, visitors from all over Europe have been coming to this Monastic site along the River Shannon. Steeped in history, with very little visible remains today, you still experience the feeling of peace, quite and a stillness that is found in very few places.