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I recently stopped off here with a group of friends and it is definitely worth a visit! The woman behind the counter was so friendly and welcoming. She really took time to chat with us and the other customers who called in while we were...More
From the moment we entered we felt very welcomed! the wonderful aroma of chocolate! The friendly woman behind the counter! What a delightful little shop! If you have any musical talents be warned, as you can sing / play for your chocolate ( that’s the...More
I nearly passed by this shop but I couldn't as I have a weakness for chocolate.
I am so glad I went in. The staff were so welcoming and appreciative of our visit. We bought chocolate, Rocky Road and Chocolate/Caramel squares to go with our...More
This place is a hidden gem! There are so many unique chocolate bars to choose from like Irish Whiskey for example. The lady who runs it is very sweet and gives free samples. Chocolate bars here make great gifts and souvenirs!
If you are travelling on the Wild Atlantic Way this is a must stop. We were treated to a very enthusiastic tour of the small factory and given the story of chocolate making and the history of this family run business. Visited their coffee bar...More
This was next door to Gus O'Conners pub and restaurant, and after having such a great meal, my family and I had a moment for chocolate, everybody needs a moment for chocolate!
The owner was a friendly woman with a great sense of humour! She...More
Walked by first time after doing the Cliffs of Moher hike with Pat and it was closed. After checking out a couple of shops walked by again and she was open. So glad. Delicious Chocolate. Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run was playing and I told...More