Gleneagles is a small village in County Clare, near Gleneagle, in Northern Ireland.
It is situated on a cliff, and has been called “the most scenic spot in the country”.
Gleneags mineral water is not cheap.
For around £3.95 a pint, it costs around 20p per litre, or a little over half the price of a drink at a local pub.
But if you live near the Gleneaghs, it is worth a visit.
The local pub is open for drinks on Mondays and Wednesdays.
The price is reasonable for a small, unspoilt area of the county.
It also offers free Wi-Fi and free bottled water.
For more information, visit gleneagles.ie, or call the Glenaagans pub on 0161 856 3115.