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Maddens Bridge Bar
Bundoran, Co. Donegal
Free car parking
Maddens Bridge Bar is a family run pub in the seaside resort of Bundoran. Throughout the day and night, tourists and locals mingle in the ambience of this lively pub. Excellent home cooked food is served daily.

Maddens Bridge Bar is a family run bar and restaurant in the beautiful seaside resort of Bundoran in South Donegal. Boasting a world envied bird's eye view of the north west surfing mecca “The Peak”, acclaimed traditional music performers and a pint that “slides down the gullet like a penguin in a wetsuit”, Maddens Bridge Bar has it all.

In true Irish style, Maddens Bridge Bar is full of character and designed with a mixture of church and country style decor adorned with wood and bric-a-brac. Traditional Irish music is available every Thursday night with extra nights arranged during the summer season. Excellent home cooked food is served daily along with all the traditional trimmings, as well as great grills, vegetarian and Mexican dishes.

Bundoran is also a gateway to the north west, bordering Sligo, Leitrim and Fermanagh, making the Bridge Bar the ideal base for touring the north west of Ireland.

Bundoran runs for a mile along the coast road and has a fantastic beach along with some of the finest scenic coastal walks in Ireland. Surfers from around the world descend on Bundoran throughout the year to catch the epic swells rolling in from the Atlantic. Bundoran is known among the surfing community to have some of the best surf coasts in Europe.

Contact details
Main St, Magheracar, Bundoran, Co. Donegal, Ireland
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