The Old Boro (Dublin) Reviews
Description:Address: Main Street / Swords / Co. Dublin / Ireland / Tel: +353 (0)1 895 7445
Newest Review: ... out in. When I was in there two weeks ago on a Sunday night, there was live entertainment at one end of the main bar. I have to say he murdered a few of my favourite tunes! Having said that, he was the first musician I have heard in there that I didn't enjoy. Usually the entertainers are of a decent standard. (He didn't sing for long so perhaps he was auditioning!) There are resident DJs ... more
Customer The Old Boro (Dublin) Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/02/10, updated on 13/02/10 (Very useful, 102 readings)
Swords is a great little town quite close to Dublin Airport so it's a handy place to stay if you are flying out the next day or arriving too late to travel on. The Old Boro is visited by me and my colleagues at least three or four times a year. It is on the main street opposite the Garda station. It is set back from the road with a fair amount of free parking in a newly landscaped carpark. It has been open as a pub/restaurant for ten years having been a school for the previous 190 odd years! The inside has been rebuilt and restored and the first thing that impressed me about it was the feeling of space and comfort it afforded. A lovely ... Read the complete review
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