Pubs/Bars in Tinahely

Tinahely has four busy pubs where you can find plenty of entertainment, good food and cheerful company. There are regular music nights and details are on their individual pages.

MURPHYS HOTEL, Tinahely: +353(0)40238109 or +353(0)872425785 – Murphy’s Bar on Facebook

Murphy's Hotel pub

O’CONNORS, Tinahely: +353(0)40238115 or 353(0)872868557 

O’Connors of Tinahely is a superior award-winning pub-restaurant, offering outside catering, and a sports and party venue. We have been delivering exceptional quality, value, and service along with fine food and beverages to the people of Tinahely and surrounding areas for the last six years. It’s the place to be for live music and all major sporting events on TV. We have a giant HD screen and multiple large LCD TVs strategically positioned throughout the premises and our pool table in the bar is second-to-none! For live entertainment, we have regular bands and DJs to suit all musical tastes. Food is served Monday to Friday 11.30am-9pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10am-9pm (including Bank Holiday Mondays).

O'Connors Pub

BLACK TOMS TAVERN, Bridge Street, Tinahely:+353(0)831048599

Black Tom’s owes its name to Thomas Wentworth who was given the title of Lord Deputy of Ireland by King Charles in 1633. He apparently was often seen riding in the area on a black horse and black suit of armour.  His methods left a lot to be desired.  There was a lot of local resentment on how he acquired lands in the name of the Crown and how he manipulated the Irish Parliament. Traditional old world pub/bar establishment combined with music/party venue come nightclub. All functions from christenings to funerals catered for.

Main Street,Tinahely, Co. Wicklow

MAGGIES BAR, Dwyer square, Tinahely:+353(0)860877377

THE DYING COW, Stratnakelly, Tinahely:+353(0)40238224

The world famous pub sits on the Wicklow way founded in 1798.  The Dying Cow, a farmhouse pub in the townland of Kilquiggan, just outside Tinahely, is a hidden gem and hosts trad nights every second Thursday. All of our pubs make a wonderful destination on a sunny weekend afternoon, especially for the weary hiker, and the principles of Walkers Welcome are widely adhered to.