Murtagh’s Bar offers good craic, traditional music, bar meals and B&B.
The modern Cross Square Hotel serves bar meals all day and an à la carte menu at lunch and dinner. There’s live music on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.
This hotel dates from the 19th century and has been renovated in charming period decor – oak-panelled dining room, Victorian fireplaces and flagstone-floored cellar restaurant. The bedrooms, in contrast, are modern and stylish.
A converted Georgian town house with five spacious rooms and a self-catering apartment, the De Averell is run by a friendly landlord who can't do enough to help. Rooms at the front can be noisy; the twin at the back is the quietest.
This modern, purpose-built hostel near the Church of Ireland cathedral is more like a small hotel – there are six comfortable twin rooms with private bathrooms, TV and tea-and-coffee facilities, as well as 12 small dorms, a well-equipped kitchen,.
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