The Village Inn
Following their victory at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690, the soldiers of King William of Orange made camp at Finglas before entering Dublin. A local landmark, popularly known as King William’s Ramparts recalls the event.
In the 16th century Finglas was a popular sporting resort for wealthy Dubliners who often hunted and kept residences in the area. Finglas also had a number of large houses, the most notable of which was Farnham House
What We Offer
With a Giant Screen in The Bar and no less than 12 Large Flat Panel Tvs throughout The Bar & Lounge all in Full HD the place to watch the game is here. We show all major sporting events live.
Be it a lite snack, a romantic meal, a small party or a big wedding we can cater for your every need, we have a brunch menu Monday – Saturday 10am – 4pm Ala carte menu 4pm – 9pm every Sunday we have brunch from 10am – 12 noon and carvery from 12 – 6pm and ala carte from 6 – 9 pm. We cater for parties of all sizes but it is best to book in advance,
You can loose the Karaoke and the flashback fridays.