Supposedly, this pub is the oldest in Ireland, or something like this. The place is nice, and there is a nice court for smokers. The pub itself is not so big, and very busy with tourists taking pictures of a "normal" pub, as quite obviously the decor changed a bit in the last 900 years.
Overall, if you pass by, why not to stop for a pint, but you won't find the same atmosphere you can feel in some other very old pubs elsewhere in Europe (Papeneiland in A'dam and U Fleku in Prague, for instance).
Food is rather average to be kind, so I won't recommend that.
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