Teach O'Hora
Teach O'Hora
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Halifax7 contributions
Sep 2021 • Friends
Been visiting this pub for many years now and returned in September after being “locked down” as extremely vulnerable in the Covid crisis for nearly two years. My son-in-law and I were duly signed in (with masks in place) and on ordering our drinks we were welcomed back like members of the family. They remembered our order as they couldn’t see our faces! Another pleasant afternoon, with great Guinness as usual. We can highly recommend this pub if you are in the area.
Written October 10, 2021
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cunctatorCanada
Canada20 contributions
Jun 2017 • Friends
We had a great night in O'Hora's. Mayo people are famously hospitable and friendly and this pub is typical in every way. The session on a Monday night is totally open; anyone can join in. It was great to watch locals just walk in, sing a few songs and the musicians playing and singing all night.

This represents that pubs in Ireland have to offer. I would heartily recommend Kiltimagh and O'Hora's
Written July 18, 2017
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Tomtiger
Chippenham, UK147 contributions
Oct 2016 • Couples
My wife was born in Kiltimagh and I have been coming with here regularly over the past 48 years when first I come over to ask her father for her hand in marriage. Happy for me that he consented! For she was the loveliest girl in the county. Still is, for that matter.

On this occasion we came over from England to visit family, together with our elder daughter and her two beautiful girls, our adored grandchildren.

After a great evening at her sister's home we were walking back through the town to the Cill Aodain Court Hotel (see my review) when we passed by the Teach O Hara and heard the sound of fiddles and bodhran wafting through the door. Being musicians ourselves in a sort of a way we couldn't resist it, and in a few moments we were enjoying our drinks right up among the musicians. You know, I really respect these guys - so young yet so masterly. Then a young dancer got up and treated us to an amazing spectacle of Sean Nos dancing (a sort of a cross between Irish step dancing and tap dancing it seemed to me). My wife, the Star of the County Mayo and 74 last month, is determined to get lessons, for she can dance a mean jig even now.
I thoroughly recommend Teach O Hora, and indeed the charming town of Kiltimagh and for that matter the whole of Mayo. Come here and treat yourselves!
Written October 9, 2016
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jimmyjonny54
Greater London, UK2 contributions
Jun 2017 • Friends
went in for bar snacks with my elderly mother.we were waiting along time as the staff who appeared to be english not irish we're too busy talking to serve,when they finally came out to us they said there were no fresh coffee available only tinned coffee,no chips either,so not a great choice. Not only that the language from the staff was quite appauling from behind the bar to each other and to afew elderly men at the bar and my mother and i decided to leave.
we came over from the uk and thought it would be a traditional irish pub and it was ran by english middle aged women with foul mouths and hair nets and faces like thunder and sruffy looking.
Written July 30, 2017
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Nephinlodge
Listowel, Ireland105 contributions
Mar 2019 • Business
Called in here while in Kiltimagh and ordered a roll with tea. Got what I asked for, but usually I would expect a small side salad or coleslaw, but no just a roll, which was absolutely lovely. Just could have been better.
Written March 21, 2019
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MarieroseLondon
London55 contributions
Mar 2017 • Couples
Great little pub with plenty of atmosphere. Lovely pint of Guinness and service with a smile. Big coal fire burning which was perfect on the cold day we were there. Love it.
Written March 21, 2017
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sharonStevenage
Stevenage190 contributions
Jul 2015
Teach O Hora is a very friendly, comfortable and unique pub. The funeral directors are at the back of it!
On the main thoroughfare of Kiltimagh it it is definitely worth a stop so that you can experience and enjoy the history of this very interesting pub.
Written November 15, 2015
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Gill Murphy
Sowerby Bridge, UK598 contributions
Sep 2021 • Family
A lovely pub, very COVID aware, pleasant friendly staff. The Guinness is superb, this is always my first port of call when I come to visit family in Ireland
Written September 15, 2021
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Troonie1
Drouin South, Australia706 contributions
Jul 2018 • Friends
One of Ireland’s traditional pubs. Had Guinness and BLT toasties. Good food and reliable Guinness!! Great memorabilia on the wall and live music on some evenings. Great town
Written July 25, 2018
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Gill Murphy
Sowerby Bridge, UK598 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
A lovely traditional pub. The staff are great, very friendly, and the Guinness is lovely. Well worth a visit.
Written July 5, 2018
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