Mark's Alehouse
Recommended Pubs and Restaurants in County Londonderry

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There are a total of 8 premises in this area.


The Ponderosa
The Ponderosa 974 Glenshane Road
Dungiven
BT47 4SD
(028) 7774 1987 (T)
www.theponderosabar.com/ (W)
info@theponderosabar.com (E)

Dine at 1,000 feet on the Glenshane pass, look over six counties, Lough Neagh & Lough Foyle. Enjoy the fresh air while you watch walkers and hikers exert themselves. This is one of the "Famous Pubs Trail" and was established in 1858. Live bands every Saturday and Sunday.


The Old Thatch Inn
The Old Thatch Inn 116 Hillhead Rd
Castledawson
BT45 8ET
(028) 7946 8322 (T)
www.oldthatchinn.com (W)
info@oldthatchinn.com (E)

A thatched pub, on the road to Knockloughrim, that can be easily missed thanks to the bypass from Toomebridge to Magherafelt. This would be a pity as the food is excellent and the owners are friendly. Good food. And, yes, real thatch on the roof. Great in winter when the fire is roaring. The building has recently undergone renovations, with a new dining/conference area yet still leaving the old bar and lounge untouched.

ALEHOUSE WINNER


Owen's Bar
Owen's Bar 50 Main St.
Limavady
BT49 0EU
(028) 7772 2328 (T)

Old and interesting town centre bar with good parking outside. The bar inside is small but cosy. Several rooms lead off it and each has a character of its own. Staff and locals are friendly
A CAMRA Heritage Pub


The Angler's Rest
The Angler's Rest The Seacoast Road
Limavady
BT49 0LG
(028) 7775 0265 (T)

This single storey country pub has a sculpted black and white exterior, hard to miss on the roadside. Inside it has a tiled floor, wood panelled walls and ceiling and a real fire in a brick fireplace. It is full of memorabilia that looks used, from hand made toy cars to fly fishing rods to farming implements and a personal collection of unusual beer mats. A good value Sunday lunch can be had.


The Mallard
The Mallard 401 The Seacoast Road
Limavady
BT49 0LW
(028) 7775 0288 (T)

A country pub, single storied but housing a flat upstairs for the security. It has a curved, open plan bar with brick walled booths raised on plain wood platforms and a real fire. The black plastered ceiling is supported by substantial plain wood beams and uprights. There is a separate lounge with comfortable seats and open fire . There is a large function room to the rear. Bar snack & pool table.


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