Irish Times Magazine – A Walk to the Pub

It was a beautifully written article by Gary Quinn, published on Christmas Eve 2015 in the Irish Times Magazine  – For those of you who are familiar with the location of Smugglers Creek, and have done the walk from Rossnowlagh Beach, know what Gary meant in his article. If you haven’t seen the article, just copy and paste the following link in your browser to view the full article. www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/travel/a-walk-to-the-pub-1.2471372

Aerial View of Smugglers Creek from Rossnowlagh Beach

 

 

3rd Culinary Ability Award Fundraising Event at Smugglers Creek on Fri 16th Oct 15

Smugglers Creek was pleased to play host for the 3rd Culinary Ability Award Fundraising Event on Friday, 16th October 2015. CAA is a project which educate and foster professional culinary ability in individuals with disabilities. It turned out to be a great night out for all of you who attended, supported and donated to this good cause! These photos showed just how much you enjoyed your evening!

CAA Collage 2015 Small

Fancy trying a new Beach Sport?

Fancy trying a new Beach Sport? The Irish Power Kite & Sandyatch Association will be on Rossnowlagh Beach this weekend. Suitable for all ages, everyone welcome! The IPKSA will also be hosting their AGM at Smugglers Creek on Sat 10th October 2015. Power Kite Oct 2015

Danny O’Connor’s Music Wow Customers @ Smugglers Sat 3rd Oct

Danny O’Connor, originally from Ballysannnon, now based in Berlin. He is the lead singer and guitarist of one of Berlin‘s finest Irish Folk bands, Murphy’s Law. With two studio albums under his belt, staff and customers alike were treated to brilliant music played by Danny last Saturday, 3rd October 15. We hope to have Danny back again soon..watch this space! Here is a link to Danny’s Band Murphy’s Law – https://vimeo.com/78938285

Danny O Connor at Smugglers Collage

 

Smugglers delicious Scampi & Crab Claws is “Top 9 Irish Delicacies Worth Travelling For”

Smugglers Signature Scampi and Crab Claws

Smugglers Signature Scampi and Crab Claws

Smugglers delicious Scampi & Crab Claws made it to the journal.ie’s “Top 9 Irish Delicacies Worth Travelling For”. Here is a snippet of what they say, “A pub with one of the best views in the country, Smugglers also offers some of the best local food, with the menu divided into “food from the land” and “food from the sea”. The crab claws are a big favourite here.”

Check out the full story onhttp://www.thejournal.ie/irish-delicacies-3-2259579-Aug2015/

 

Smugglers Creek Received Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 5 Years in a Roll

Tripadvisor 2015 AwardSmugglers Creek Inn is delighted to be awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2015. This prestigious award, which places us in the top-performing 10% of all businesses worldwide on TripAdvisor, it is only given to businesses that consistently earn high ratings from TripAdvisor travellers. We are proud to receive this award 5 years in a roll.

A Big Thank You for all the contributors….looking forward to 2016!

Rory Gallagher Festival & Smugglers Creek

Rory Gallagher FestivalEvery year, we have many guests staying at Smugglers Creek will visit the Rory Gallagher Festival in Ballyshannon, this year (2015) is no exception. With such a great line up of Musicians, you might even spot a few of the Smugglers Team enjoying themselves at the festival over the next few days. For more information about the festival, click on the link here http://www.rorygallagherfestival.com/

We, at Smugglers Creek have our own Live Music playing in the Bar from 10pm every Saturday night. We have different Musician singing your favourite tunes every Saturday. So, come along, lets celebrate the start of Summer 2015….

 

Smugglers Creek on UTV’s Wild Ireland Show

 

Christine Bleakley at Smugglers Creek Inn

Christine Bleakley at Smugglers Creek InnThanks to Fáilte Ireland, we all get to enjoy a wonderful prime time TV series call “Wild Ireland”.

Thanks to Fáilte Ireland, we all get to enjoy a wonderful prime time TV series call “Wild Ireland”.

The 6 part programme started on Mon 13 Apr at 8pm on ITV in Britain and Wed 15th Apr on UTVIreland, which sees presenter Christine Bleakley going home to Ireland to travel the length of its 1500 mile west coast – the longest continuous coastal route – known as the Wild Atlantic Way.

The episode features Rossnowlagh will be aired on Monday April 27th on ITV and Wednesday 29th on UTVIreland. Enjoy!