Children also play a part in Irish folklore. The haunting story of The Children of Lir has its origins in Lough Derg in North Tipp. The story tells how King Lir’s children were turned into swans by their jealous stepmother, destined to live life on the lough for 300 years. Just one of the magical tales that have enchanted Irish children for centuries.
Paddy’s Bar is the true home of a traditional Irish welcome with great food and drink served for nearly 200 years. Part of our charm is the unique mix of local characters whose families have been customers of the pub for centuries along with our visitors. Savour our home cooked food. If your idea of a good night out is velvet pints, open fires and fiddlers raising the roof then Paddy’s Bar in Terryglass is the pub for you.
Paddy’s has three bars, the small bar which has a cosy open fire and also includes the Corner which the locals call their own. The Saloon bar is the middle bar and the top bar and is where food is served. Our food is all homemade, using ingredients from local producers where possible.