post-title All the Dublin pubs with a roaring fire for the Winter months.

All the Dublin pubs with a roaring fire for the Winter months.

All the Dublin pubs with a roaring fire for the Winter months.

All the Dublin pubs with a roaring fire for the Winter months.

On these cold, harsh Irish Winter nights the traditional pub is a great hideaway from the weather. An added plus in some of these pubs is the existence of a magnificent open roaring fire to keep you warm.

We’ve focused on several fire places in the first part of this article and listed all those others that we’ve found below those.

The Swan

The Swan is a beautiful old Victorian pub with the perfect setting to sit next to the fire with an Irish coffee.

The Lord Edward

There’s few places cosier than upstairs in The Lord Edward. The red carpet and upholstery combined with the open fire make this look as well as feel warm.

O’Shea’s, Talbot Street

O’Shea’s on Talbot Street are making a drink beisde a fireplace extra enticing with complimentary mulled wine and mince pies on Fridays from 5-6pm.

The Bridge, Ballsbridge

There’s some stylish chairs beside the fire in The Bridge 1859.

The Kings Inn

The Kings Inn is a mashing pub on Bolton Street that you should really check out. It’s dog friendly so you and the pooch can sit beside the fire in full comfort.

Idlewild

You can get 4-6 friends in these uber-comfy seats in front of the fire in Idlewild on Fade Street.

More pubs with fires.

The Four Provinces, Kimmage

Dame Tavern, Dame lane

Slatterys Beggars Bush

McNeill’s, Capel Street

Kehoe’s (Upstairs)

McGrattans, Baggot St.

Hacienda, Arran St

McCann’s, James St

Whelans, Wexford St

Walsh’s, Stoneybatter

The Barge, Portobello

Rody Bolands, Rathmines

Arthurs, Thomas st

Rag Trader, Drury Street

The Gin Palace, Abbey st

Delaneys, Smithfield

Smyths, Haddington road

Blackbird, Rathmines

The Bath, Bath avenue

TP Smiths, Jervis st

Mulligans, Poolbeg street

No Name bar, Fade street

Library bar, Exchequer st

The Bank, College Green

O’Neills, Suffolk st

The Workmans, Wellington Quay.

Madigans, Abbey st

Mother Reillys, Rathmines

The Royal Oak, Kilmainham

The Glimmerman, Stoneybatter

Harry Byrnes, Clontarf

Ryans Beggars Bush,

Slatterys, Capel Street