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Thatched Pub in Fisherstown, County Laois, Ireland

Visit 2 Thatched Pubs in County Laois – Ireland

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County Laois - The beautiful Irish County that is full of history, and a visual feast. You will also find beautiful thatched pubs in County Laois. Here are two of them you may want to visit.
Thatched Pub in Fisherstown, County Laois, Ireland

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Visit 2 Thatched Pubs in County Laois - Ireland

County Laois is famous for many things, one being that it does not touch any county that touches the coast of Ireland. So it is very unique, as are these two beautiful thatched pubs. Read on to discover more. 

Pub #1: Treacy's Bar & Restaurant

Thatched Pub in Ireland. Thatched Pub in Laois.
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It is a rare sight to see the car park bare at this beautiful thatched pub on the Heath, County Laois. The golden thatched roof is a magnet for locals and tourists alike and the cars, trucks and vans veer off the Old Dublin Road and onto the expansive car parking area then the occupants scurry inside for the main attraction. 

As much of a draw the thatched roof is it certainly is not the only reason punters arrive to this beautiful destination. The main reason (in my opinion) is the food. Ah yes the food.  I’ll say no more. It is up to you now. Call in on your way from Dublin, Cork, Limerick, or Portarlington too. 

Treacy’s Bar & Restaurant. Check out the map below.

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Pub #2: The Fisherman's Thatched Inn

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This most glorious thatched building is a proper Hidden-Gem. The Fisherman’s Thatched Inn can be found not too far from Treacy’s Bar & Restaurant, just a wee little bit off the Old Dublin Road, in Fisherstown County Laois. An Aladin’s cave awaits you at this most beautiful pub. 

There are all sorts of trinkets, decorations, knick-knacks and a multitude of other wondrous objects which are all a feast for your eyes and all placed lovingly, and carefully, here, there, and everywhere. The hospitality is top-notch and if you are lucky enough to nab a table beside the fire you will be in for a blissful experience. This is a must-see thatched pub. 

The Fisherman’s Thatched Inn. Check out the map below.

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