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ADDRESS

Ferryman Hotel 35 Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin 2 Ireland

CONTACT

+353 1 671 7053
reservation@ferrymanhotel.com

WEB

http://www.ferrymanhotel.com

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Ferryman Pub & Southbank Restaurant

The Ferryman Pub offers the visitor a warm and traditional pub atmosphere with lively entertainment.

Built in the 1780's by Lord Cardiff, The Ferryman comprises of two Gerogian buildings full of character and restored to their original splendour. In the past, the ferry crossed at this point bringing workers from north to south quays to Dublin's gasometer, banana factory and shop building yard. As recently as the 1980's Guinness barges carrying barrels of the famous brew sailed past The Ferryman.

The bar has a wonderful atmosphere and retains it's old world charm and character, and is also renowned for traditional Irish music.

The Southbank Restaurant located on the first floor which overlooks the River Liffey and can be booked for parties of between 20-35 people table d'ote menus available on



Ferryman Pub & Southbank Restaurant

ADDRESS

Ferryman Hotel 35 Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin 2 Ireland

CONTACT

+353 1 671 7053
reservation@ferrymanhotel.com

WEB

http://www.ferrymanhotel.com

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The Ferryman Pub offers the visitor a warm and traditional pub atmosphere with lively entertainment.

Built in the 1780's by Lord Cardiff, The Ferryman comprises of two Gerogian buildings full of character and restored to their original splendour. In the past, the ferry crossed at this point bringing workers from north to south quays to Dublin's gasometer, banana factory and shop building yard. As recently as the 1980's Guinness barges carrying barrels of the famous brew sailed past The Ferryman.

The bar has a wonderful atmosphere and retains it's old world charm and character, and is also renowned for traditional Irish music.

The Southbank Restaurant located on the first floor which overlooks the River Liffey and can be booked for parties of between 20-35 people table d'ote menus available on



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