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Corporate entertainment and craft workshops specializing in craft parties for all ages.
Nicholas Mosse Pottery and Mill Café is set in a former flour mill in the picturesque village of Bennetsbridge, County...
Homemade Italian Ice Cream (Gelato), Organic Coffee, Pizza Slice & other typical Italian Quick Bites.
Historic grade II listed Bloomvale House, home of the award-winning Ballydougan Pottery.
Books@One is an Independent, Non-Profit Community Bookshop in Louisburgh, Co. Mayo selling second-hand and new books...
A distinctive range of embroidered jewellery and framed designs. Studio visits by appointment only.
The Food Store in Claremorris, County Mayo consists of an on-site bakery, delicatessen, meat counter and general shop...
Glenariff Tea House is open daily 11:00 to 17:00 Easter to September.
Adult £17.50, Child £7.25, Discount for Seniors and Students
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