The Glyde Inn, Anagassan, Louth

Fine views of Dundalk Bay and the Colley and Mourne mountains

 

About the place:

The Glyde Inn was established in 1770, and has been run by the same people for forty years.  There is a bar serving seafood and Clogherhead crab, as well as a restaurant with sea views.  The coast in this area is well-known to birders for its grebes, divers, ducks and geese in the winter.

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Local Wildlife:

  • Brent Goose, Common Scoter, Red-breasted Merganser, Great Northern Diver, Red-throated Diver
  • Sandwich Tern,  Arctic Tern, Hen Harrier, Merlin, Golden Plover, Grey Plover

Views:

  • Estuary, sea, coastline and distant mountains
  • Excellent views from the terrace, and from windows inside the restaurant

Details:

  • Local seafood and traditional Irish cuisine
  • Licensed – local craft beers and ciders available
  • Open: All year round
  • Accommodation: Yes, please call for details

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What Customers say:

  • News: Reviews are good, with some variance
  • Interests: Award winning restaurant with own beer brew  looking out over the Dundalk estuary

Location: County Louth, Ireland

  • The Glyde Inn, Annagassan, Dunleer, County Louth, Ireland

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