Crown & Shamrock

5 Comments | Last Updated 1st August 2016 | Added 10th August 2007 | Edit Details | Edit Photos

Crown & Shamrock

Crown & Shamrock is like walking back in time as it doesnt seem to have changed for the last umteen years.
Found quite close to Sandyknowes roundabout.

Information and Contact Details

Category
Traditional Bar
Address
584 Antrim Road
Newtownabbey
County Antrim
Post Code
BT36 4RF

Tags for Crown & Shamrock

Find similar bars using these tags

Map Showing the Location of Crown & Shamrock

Have you got Google Earth on your computer? If so, then download the Google Earth view of Crown & Shamrock.

Is this the wrong position for Crown & Shamrock? If you think so, then suggest to modify its position.

Rating

Vote yourself, it only takes a second!

50
19 Votes

Customer Comments and Reviews of Crown & Shamrock

There now follows 5 comments about Crown & Shamrock. You can also (no signup required).

In reply the two ladies who used to own the bar were not OLD

Submitted on 26th July 2018

Two old ladies great bar that's the reviews we read and the reason why we started drinking there, every weekend too actually be told after weeks to leave cause of foul language. Now first to admit language isn't the best but in a bar like this I would be careful so language was fine other than odd **** or so. But told be told to watch your language or leave apparently 10mins after the foul language occurred even though the other 2 customers were in shock too after the apparent foul mouth which no one can remember we left. Truthfully prior to this loved it homely next door proper wooden bar. Truth is if you don't drink and don't speak this is definitely the bar for you

Submitted by Martina on 29th July 2016

Cool authentic wee traditional bar that looks like it hasn't changed since the 40's! Great for a quite drink or somewhere to show a visitor what a real traditional Northern Irish pub looks like!

Not sure what the opening hours are but everytime i go on a sunday it's shut!

Submitted by napalm on 16th May 2009

Really nice people. A pub that still feels like a pub with lots of things of interst including the story of its founder.

Don't pass it by or you will really miss a treat.

Thankyou to the landlady and the family for a great time.

Submitted by Rooney on 5th June 2008

As a Premiership manager I had A1 treatment, however I got the impression that this was the same for anyone provided they were reasonably smartly dressed and not drunk or aggressive. I would vertainly return when in Belfast again.

Submitted by NW on 1st May 2007

You can add your own comments or suggets edits to this page.