The Olde Forge at Logue’s of Cranford was built in 1920 by Paddy Logue, grandfather of the current owner. The equipment was brought from Glasgow where he worked as a young man. The old bellows are one of only a handful in Ireland and the fireplace is believed to be unique. Most of the original tools are still in place as well as a horse and donkey harness. Visitors can browse at leisure or have a guided tour if required.
There are traditional music and seafood events every Sunday during July and August.