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Peadar O'Donnels, the home of Live traditional & contemporary music in Derry. On our premises we have 3 different bars – Peadar O’Donnells, the Gweedore Bar and Gweedore Upstairs. Peadars is known throughout the world and is a must visit location...more
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I have to start by saying I don't drink, so I can't speak at all to the quality of the alcohol. However, this place has fantastic atmosphere! A very friendly pub, popular with locals and visitors alike, they have traditional music every night. Going here...More
Called in a few times during a recent trip to Derry. Always buzzing, a great bar with pleasant and helpful staff. Time your visit to catch the regular traditional sessions to get the full Irish bar experience.
Peadar O'Donnell's is the sister bar to The Gweedore and is known for it's celtic charm. It is a traditional Irish bar that is a great favorite with locals as well as any tourists who love traditional Irish music. It has live music every night...More
Went for a few pints and some live music last evening... Great pub! Started with Irish music... Then it seems like they have a few bands/groups during the course of the evening... Irish music restarted at 2330h till close... Lots of locals... Small busy place......More
We stayed in Derry for two nights and ended up in Peadars on both nights. There's a great buzz about the place and a mix of all ages and nationalities. The traditional music was great and we really enjoyed both nights.
Had a fun night listening to Irish music and drinking Guinness - what's not to like! We thought they were playing the music but it turned out the live band at the front of the Bar! No wonder it was such good music!