Pubs & Bars in Northern Ireland

Hand down, the region of Northern Ireland is surely the one that offers breath-taking and awe-inspiring views and landscapes, so what better background for you, while you sip on one of the best beers in the world, right? Pubs in Northern Ireland is more than just a place to enjoy a glass of wine or beer on draft and some delicious snacks because locals pubs and bars are usually blessed to be located in some of the most scenic and beautiful landscapes in the world. Add some unforgettable memories to the collection you are going to take with you, when leaving Northern Ireland, by enjoying some quality time in the range of charming pubs you can discover by browsing our page!

Recommended pubs & bars in Northern Ireland. Contact us for free inclusion!

Grace Neills

The bar was established in 1611 as The Kings Arms. It was named after Grace Neill who was given the bar as a wedding present by her father, Hugh Jamison. Grace Neills has been visited by smugglers, pirates, sailors and soldiers over the years. They have all enjoyed a drink or two in the original snugs at the front of the bar. Whether you are looking for a venue for your wedding reception or want to enjoy a meal with your family and friends, Gracies Bistro is perfect for every occasion. Contact us to book a table.



The Hillside

The Hillside is a charming, rustic pub situated in the historic Georgian village of Hillsborough, County Down, only 15 minutes drive from Belfast city centre. The Hillside first opened its doors to patrons in 1752 and has been enjoying a busy trade ever since thanks to our excellent food and drinks selection and our friendly, welcoming service. We are renowned for our roaring open fires in the winter and our pretty cobblestoned beer garden in the summer.




Kelly’s Cellars

Kelly’s Cellars is Belfast’s oldest traditional Irish pub, often described as “a hidden gem that oozes old traditional values”. It’s famous for the best pint of Guinness in Belfast, served with our homemade Irish beef stew. Built in 1720, it is situated in the heart of the city. Kelly’s Cellars has changed very little in 200 years and still has most of its original features. Kelly’s has rich musical heritage and Irish musicians from all over Ireland and beyond often call in for a few tunes in a relaxed atmosphere.