The Fisherman’s Pub and Ranji Room at Ballynahinch Castle represent all that is great about Connemara. Celebrating authentic local produce and producers the menu showcases the larder of Connemara in a relaxed and friendly environment. Seasonally informed dishes are the norm. Wild Atlantic salmon and Killary prawns, delicate fresh fish landed at Rossaveal or slow cooked pork from our own pigs and organic venison and woodcock; whatever the season dictates Executive Chef Alan McArdle and his team capture and present it in this most atmospheric of pubs.
A favourite with both locals and visitors; guests enjoy the unique atmosphere surrounded by records and images of past fishing exploits and join in the celebration of anglers returning in triumph with their salmon to weigh and record. Following a hike in the Connemara landscape walkers warm themselves by the fire, cyclists park up their bicycles while others just enjoy a pint with the paper. Whether dining by the fire or enjoying a drink with the locals, an evening in The Fisherman’s Pub & Ranji Room is always a must do when visiting Ballynahinch.
COVID-19 Non-Resident Bookings
We appreciate that so much has changed in recent months due to COVID-19 and we are following all the necessary guidelines to ensure the safety of our guests and team. At this time, The Fisherman’s Pub will be assessing non-resident dining bookings on a case by case basis. Please contact the team directly on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (095 31006) if you would like to dine with us.
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