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“best scones on the north coast”
Review of Glenluce Tearoom - CLOSED

Glenluce Tearoom
Description: Hi. This place is attached to the Corratavey B&B. By day it is a wonderful tearoom with homemade scones, pies, etc., and by evening it is a full restaurant. I only chose "Bakery" for "Type of cuisines" because I don't know exactly how to pigeon-hole this place. It's mainly a tearoom with nice dinner options in the evening.
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Description: Hi. This place is attached to the Corratavey B&B. By day it is a wonderful tearoom with homemade scones, pies, etc., and by evening it is a full restaurant. I only chose "Bakery" for "Type of cuisines" because I don't know exactly how to pigeon-hole this place. It's mainly a tearoom with nice dinner options in the evening.
Reviewed 5 September 2012

The Glenluce is brilliant the food is all handmade and brilliant freshly made in the morning handmade jam scones sausage rolls everything and the feel is so homely and the staff are brilliant

2  Thank Karenann87
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Reviewed 29 June 2012

Had Sunday Lunch here that was just scrummy, all home cooked, unhurried, and tea by the pot full. Nice friendly service and nice surroundings.........what more could you want!?.

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Reviewed 16 March 2012

The teahouse has the best fry anywhere and everything they sell is homemade. The staff is very friendly and helpful. if your visiting our from the area I would tell you to call in and try the fry or anything and you'll will not be disappointed. They even make homemade jam which is to die for.

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1  Thank nilad299
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Reviewed 10 July 2011

When we were here in May 2011 the Glenluce Tearoom had only been up and going for a few months or so. It is owned by the friendly folks next door who run and own Corratavey B&B (and hostel) on Quay Road. It is not a large place and does not try to be overly fancy. I found it a great place to sit a journal. It has a bright, sunny atmosphere. Christine, the expert pastry and scone baker served us some of the best scones we enjoyed in all of Ireland (and we sampled scones everywhere we went). In addition to making the scones, soups, pies, and pastries, she even makes her own jams. Again, superb.

If you decide to drop by, keep in mind that the owners transition the tearoom into a more traditional dinner restaurant in the evening and they may or may not be out of the homemade pastries from earlier in the day. However, the dinners and desserts in the evening are delicious too!

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2  Thank LegalBean
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