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Open today: 10:30 - 16:30
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Ms J

Celebration lunch with friends. Weather beautiful, seating provided outside.Staff friendly... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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Pear on paper

Stylish and simplistic printing well worth a visit. From cards to posters no computers are used... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Glasgow, United Kingdom
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“glass studio”(11 reviews)
“coffee shop”(8 reviews)
“glass ware”(3 reviews)
Come and visit us outside the historic town of Donegal in the north west of Ireland. Meet the artists in their workshops and treat yourself to the many items on offer for yourself or as a memorable gift. Donegal Craft Village is a showcase for...more
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| Lurganboy, Donegal Town, Ireland
+353 74 972 2225
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Stylish and simplistic printing well worth a visit. From cards to posters no computers are used. Old style letters and presses. True crafts person at work. Unique prints from wooden or metal letters to lino prints. A must for the unusual print.

Thank mallaneym
Reviewed 6 days ago

I always enjoy meeting artists in their own 'work' environment. This is a great way to do so and have a coffee at the lovely wee coffee shop. It is situated just before Donegal when coming from Sligo. It is worth the stop to find...More

Thank Travel52_11
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We stopped off for coffee at Aroma and feasted on their gorgeous Sicilian orange cake before visiting the galleries. It was great to meet the artists in their studios and we have happy memories home with us with a beautiful painting by Johnny McCabe and...More

Thank ogrady005
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Celebration lunch with friends. Weather beautiful, seating provided outside.Staff friendly & professional. Food could not be faulted & specific requirements & requests acknowledged & catered for. Desserts delicious & great coffee!

Thank congill
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Aroma is a special place, unusual meals and cakes and it sets you up to visit the craft workshops. One can choose a painting, fancy glass-ware or buy straight off the loom as well as other artisans at work. A little outside Donegal town with...More

1  Thank algie77
Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

Some really nice unusual pieces, jewlery, glass, tweed and art well worth a visit and the coffee shop was amazing! We had a chocolate and pecan tart yummy and a really good lemon tart so glad we stopped!

Thank liz s
Reviewed 3 March 2018

Not all units in the village were open but those that were had some interesting craft pieces. Worth a visit if you are passing

Reviewed 11 February 2018

not all craft industries were operating but the few that were open were fantastic. the weaving and felting especially disappointed that the coffee shop was closed

Thank a t
Reviewed 26 October 2017

Went to McGonigles glass and got some lovely things! Not far from town. Some beautiful local crafts in here. Well worth the trip!

1  Thank wenmcgoo
Reviewed 24 October 2017

This craft village is outside of the town of Donegal but on the main highway for Sligo. There are a number of great craft shops and a cafe. This is worth the visit to see local crafts - especially the glass studio.

Thank gbmontreal
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