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Sure, there's good traditional food at this two-century-old pub, but the real reason to stop by is the craic (fun). Year-round, traditional sessions rock the place on Monday and Saturday nights, while locals contest the traditional Irish card game '45' on Wednesday evenings (anyone can join in). There's music most nights in summer. A monument to the Daley clan – who followed the Kennedys to America and formed their own political dynasty – is nearby.
The rough-hewn walls of the 'Old Storyteller' could certainly tell a few stories of their own. Parts of this thatched-roof pub date back to the 14th century from its earliest incarnation as a farm. It's an atmospheric spot for a pint, a meal (try the house-speciality fish pie) or regular live music. On the grounds, a dozen self-catering cottages are available for multi-day rentals.