Seumus' first opened its doors on
13 February 2004.
Based on Limavady bar 'Frank Owens' in Northern Ireland, Seumus’ is your more traditional, authentic Irish local. Wood is everywhere – in the custom-made booths, tables, chairs and stools – and the decor relies more on old photographs that have special meaning than on bright flags and green memorabilia.
The only Irish Bar in town and pouring the best pint of Guinness in the South, Seumus' was designed to have the same atmosphere as a traditional pub in Ireland. Although the interior, with its cosy low ceiling, has been artificially aged, it doesn't take away from the charm or comfort of the place.
Seumus' is an intimate venue and splits into three rooms, the main bar, and rooms to both the left and right. The left typically the restaurant and right hand room is where musicians can be found on most nights of the week in Summer and frequently over the winter months. A private beer garden is located at the rear of the pub.
Seumus' was shortlisted in three categories in the 2018 Irish Pubs Global awards, and came away with the title of Best Bar Person in the Asia, Africa, Middle East and Pacific Region.
Backing up 2018's efforts, Seumus' was shortlisted in a hefty six categories in the 2019 Irish Hospitality Global awards and took out the title of 'Irish Pub of the Year', and 'Best Irish Community Pub' for the Asia, Africa, Middle East and Pacific region. Seumus' then went on to take the overall title for 'Best Global Irish Community Pub', a phenomenal achievement, at the Irish Hospitality Global awards ceremony, held in Dublin in October 2019.