More in Ireland for Indians than Guinness, Jameson
Johnnie Fox's, the highest pub in Ireland in County Wicklow that was established in 1798 where you can enjoy some excellent stout, lager or ale, with traditional Irish cuisine.
For those who love to be amid nature, a visit to Wicklow County, about a 30-minute ride from here, is truly invigorating. It is also home to the ancient monastic settlement of Glendalough that dates back to the 6th century.
There is much to do at Wicklow, including a host of walking trains along its pine, birch and oak woodlands, meadows dotted with grazing sheep and cows, the rural settlements to pick some artefacts, the coastal setting besides the Irish sea, or its gentle hills.
As one goes along there is a feast of fauna to enjoy -- red squirrels, foxes, badgers, deer, rabbit, feral goats, hedgehogs, geese, swans, ducks, robin, raven, owls, falcons, hawks, warblers, tree creepers and egrets.
If you are lucky, you can also spot dolphins, porpoise, otters and even whales, besides flora such as pine trees, oak, woodrush, spruce, eucalyptus, ivy, ferns, bluebells and bright wild mushrooms.
County Wicklow is also home to the highest pub in Ireland, named Johnnie Fox's, which was established in 1798, where you can enjoy some excellent stout, lager or ale, with some traditional Irish cuisine, including the stew simmering overnight.