Came here for a Sunday morning breakfast. Found it busy but still could get tables. There was a nice selection on offer for breakfast at a reasonable price. Food & drinks came quickly. Food was tasty. Would come again.
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Not extravagant menu - just a few fresh and well prepared meals changing by the day. The premises harkens back to olden times with a nice coal fire and some nooks and crannies in the auld thatched cottage. It's a quaint place that my wife...More
My wife and I called here on our way down to Wicklow and again on our way back north 2 days later. It's a lovely wee place and very homely. The owner/staff are really friendly and the food is excellent. I can definitely recommend the...More
Stopped in here our way North and had lovely sandwiches and a great cup of tea. This is a really cute place to visit with a lovely atmosphere, very friendly staff and wholesome food. We will definitely will pop in again soon.
We stumbled across the tea room and so glad that we stopped. They served the best scones we had the entire month we were in Ireland. Warm, soft, incredibly tasty and our first Irish experience with clotted cream. If you are in the area you...More
We stopped here on our way into Northern Ireland on route from the Dublin airport. Super cute village, thatched roof cottage. The tea room had a variety of fresh baked goods, tea and coffee. All were very yummy! I had the apple cake with ice...More
We had a late lunch at Foley's. The food was absolutely wonderful! We were at the end of an 8 day trip, and I had eaten scones all over Ireland. This one was the best. My soup was equally good. My husband had the quiche...More
Went for breakfast on a cold January morning with 2 visitors to Ireland. Went in and was greeted by a lovely warm open fire - just what we all needed. Great atmosphere and a good selection of food, all cooked as we waited and warmed...More