If Percy French had ever written about this pub, there’s only one title which would fit:

The Star of the County Down

What’s Happening

  • Roadworks are no gas!

    19 March 2018
    We’re all in favour of progress, and bringing gas supplies to rural communities is an important step forward. But laying gas pipelines means road closures and the recent spate of diversions in and around The Maghera Inn since November has been commercially trying, to say the least.  Phoenix Gas has done its best to signpost alternative routes, but for visitors new to Maghera’s highways and byways, it may seem a daunting challenge
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  • A simple recipe for success

    12 March 2018
    It can’t be easy taking over a highly respected kitchen, but Rory Trainor, The Maghera Inn’s new chef, reckons he’s more than ready. And all the signs are that he’s right. Chef Rory brings a wealth of culinary knowledge and experience to the Inn. He’s been at this game since he was 16 and now has over 20 years’ experience under his belt. And while Rory’s well versed in exotic food preparation, he’s
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  • A flavour of our labour

    23 March 2018
    We are very excited to announce that with the arrival of The Maghera Inn’s new chef, Rory Trainor, we have been working hard to create a fresh, new menu full of fantastic new dishes, as well as subtle adaptations on our classics. As always, our emphasis will be on using local produce and being able to adapt our dishes for those with dietary requirements. We look forward to revealing our new menu after Easter and hearing your feedback.
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