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County Meath’s Cocktail Castle, drink like a baron in the stylish Sadlier Bar

The Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa enjoys a rich tradition of renewal and renaissance.  Having changed hands seven times since it’s original construction, the castle was recently restored to reflect the prestige of its finest era.  Today, the castle serves as an impeccable 4-star hotel experience just outside of Dublin in County Meath. 

With such high esteem invested in Dunboyne Castle, it is only fitting that Sadlier Bar be the watering hole of choice.  Located within the hotel, Sadlier Bar presents a warm, rich experienced, accented by a refreshing seasonal menu of cocktails.  Upon entering the bar, guests are promptly greeted by courteous staff, and warmth and richness of fine wood furnishings.

The curved bar rests at the heart of the space, designed to optimize space and give every visitor a chance to sit close to the talented mixologists.  Ideal for sports fans, the bar features plenty of large television screens, displaying golf, football, and rugby matches throughout the year.

Sadlier Bar is open in the evenings during the week and serves lunch on Saturdays and Sundays.  A relaxing environment, the mood transforms as the night progresses, making this the premier choice, even among the locals.

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On the day where everyone can call themselves an Irishman, the Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa becomes a lively epicentre for tourists and travellers.  St. Patrick’s Day is even more refreshing at the Sadlier Bar, where two specialty drinks await.  The Grass Hopper blends crème de menthe and white crème de cacao with light cream, for a sweet and minty delight.  Those craving Irish whiskey enjoy the Irish Eye, a blend of Jameson, crème de menthe, and a dollop of cream.

Alexander Ryll
I have been collecting cocktail recipes and collating a list of my personal favourite hotel bars for the last ten years. If you have a hotel bar you would like to recommend click on 'Add A Hotel Bar' on the menu.
Alexander Ryll

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