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if you're in strokestown to visit the famine museum and the big house, try and pop in here. it's a superb little pub, very friendly, eclectic mix of people. remember, in the country, some irish pubs and customers can understandably be cliquey, they see each...More
Have been here a few times and have always found a nice friendly crowd. All the times I've been here it's been warm, clean and comfortable. I've met three different bar persons all equally friendly and informative of all the local and craft beers on...More
Nice clean pub, with good selection of craft beers. But publican Jason more interested in his own friends than his customers. certain treatment for his own friends that drink in the pub and different for everybody else. All the other pubs in Strokestown far more...More
Visited Hanly's on wed Aug 20th '14 9-10pm as we were staying in hotel across road. From outside it was non-descript but once inside I thought it was the lovliest Irish Pub have ever had pleasure to visit. Small, the decor is traditional style with...More
We were in Strokestown to visit my wife’s family and actually went to Hanley’s Bar all three nights. They have a nice selection of c raft beers to go along with the usual pub offerings. The first night was the slowest, but Mr. Hanley the...More