The Glyde Inn sits here at the heart of natural beauty. A place of sandy beach, deep blue sea and distant granite mountains; all culminating in a quiet, friendly atmosphere that surpasses expectations. Situated in Annagassan, a place famous for Linn Duachaill, a Viking Longphort overlooking the Cooley and Mourne Mountains.
If you were looking for a bite to eat, why not try the newly renovated Linn Duachaill restaurant which has garnered praise from press and public alike since its opening, for the fresh seasonal dishes prepared by award winning chefs and offered up alongside stunning views of Dundalk Bay and the Mountains of Mourne. The friendly efficient staff are sure to make your visit a treat to remember.
The Inn hosts a family run traditional Irish pub, which though first established during the 1770's, is as the owners proudly acknowledge "Authentic, untouched and unhurried". No wonder then that Paul and Ann manage to keep their promise of creating a place of respite from the modern world in a venue for old and young with music and craic.
A Modern restaurant with the charm of the authentic traditional establishment. It is a destination restaurant with stern and starboard areas offering legendry views of Dundalk Bay, while our award-winning chefs provide only top quality food.
“Delicious food, great service”
We've been here a few times, the food is always fresh and the taste is great. We've enjoyed the food, sometimes there is music, which makes for a nice time. There is a nice selection of food, not too much, but just enough. I highly recommend, if you can plan this, to visit when the tide is in, it makes...”
“A fun find”
I visited here as part of a group with CIE tours. I had a delightful time with live music and good service. Even the owner was involved in the serving and played music for us. He was very nice and I had the fish pie. It was rich and delicious. Beautiful setting by the sea.”
“Nice restaurant with wonderful hospitality”
This is a small restaurant that overlooks Dundalk Bay. The food was OK. We had caesar salad and Irish stew and 3 small desserts. After dinner we were entertained with Irish song and dance, some of our group being pulled on to the floor...”
Live Music, Irish Dancing and Local Bands
This is a free business event but we do ask you to register. Samantha Kelly will speak about Twitter for Business & BREXIT. There will also be light entertainment, nibbles, refreshments, networking & a chance to view The Glyde Inn. Starts 18:00-20:00
Sean, Jamsie & Liam from Legendary Band The Full Shilling play this St Patrick's Day in The Glyde.
We are located on the east coast of Ireland rougly an hour from Dublin and an hour from Belfast. So as you make your trip up from Dublin to Belfast or the other way around, we are the perfect place to stop, rest and fill up with nourishing food sourced from local produce. We are only 8 minutes from Exit 15 on the M1 Motorway.