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Just the job for Ireland – four new pubs and a hotel

Wetherspoon is continuing to enjoy huge success in the Republic of Ireland, with our pubs and hotel in Swords already being experienced by locals and visitors alike.

We are also investing an additional 30 million euros in a further four pubs and a hotel, to create 300 new jobs, with sites in Galway, Waterford and two more in Dublin.

Keavan’s Port (artist's impression)

We currently have seven pubs across Ireland. During 2019, in July and December, respectively, The Three Tun Tavern (Blackrock) and The Forty Foot (Dún Laoghaire) both celebrated five years of trading.

This year, The Great Wood (Blanchardstown) in June, The Old Borough (Swords) in July and The Linen Weaver (Cork) in September will also each mark their five-year milestones.

Last year, The Tullow Gate (Carlow) launched in May, while The Silver Penny, our first pub in Dublin, opened its doors during June.


Our second pub in Dublin, The South Strand, will open in the former HQ Bar and Restaurant, in Hanover Quay, Grand Central Square.

This pub will be set over two floors (ground and lower ground) with outside seating also.

Wetherspoon will also be opening Keavan’s Port, in Camden Street Upper/Lower, in Dublin’s city centre.


Restoration and building work are well under way on the pub and 89-bedroom hotel, being created on the site of disused buildings.

Until the 1940s, the property was the convent of the Little Sisters of the Assumption, established in the 1890s. Its former chapel forms part of the site.

The pub’s name refers to the fact that Camden Street Upper and Lower are part of an ancient highway into the city of Dublin.

Keavan’s Port (artist's impression)

The two streets were previously known as St Kevin’s Port and, in a series of old maps and records, the name is shown as Keavan’s Port.

Our Waterford pub is opening in Broad Street and Arundel Square.

It will be built on the site of two former shops and a bank, which had lain empty for several years.

The new pub will be set over two floors (ground and first) and will also feature a roof terrace.


We have also purchased a former nightclub in Eglinton Street, Galway, and are aiming to build a new pub, with a first-floor garden.

Wetherspoon’s founder and chairman, Tim Martin, said: “Our seven pubs in the Republic of Ireland continue to go from strength to strength.

“We are delighted that we will be opening an additional four pubs, as well as our biggest hotel yet, and are confident that the new pubs and hotel will prove popular with a wide variety of people.

“We are looking at further sites across the Republic of Ireland.

“Hopefully, our investment will act as a catalyst for other businesses to invest in the respective areas where we are opening.”

All opening dates are subject to planning and licensing conditions.