We dropped by on our way back from the Slieve League cliffs, hot chocolate and coffee with chocolate milk is comforting after a long walk! And some souvenirs to bring back home.
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We stopped at Ti Linn on our way out of Slieve League. It was perfect for cappuccinos and tea. We also bought some gifts at their shop. The quality and price both appeared to be very good.
We stopped on our way to the cliffs - tea and scones are a must in the afternoon! Restrooms were much appreciated as well. The shopping was outstanding - spent WAY too much money, but only got really good things.
Stopped in with the family after a walk on the cliffs on a grey and wet July afternoon. The atmosphere was warm, bright and friendly. There is a good range of delicious foods to choose from and each plate is perfectly presented. The is a...More
An ideal spot for a bit of refreshment either before or after visiting Slieve League. There is a good selection of sandwiches and other savoury items available and lovely cakes which are all reasonable priced. The staff are friendly and welcoming. There are decent toilets...More
There is absolutely no way that ditch water, sorry, soup, is homemade. In fairness, they actually don't say it is. They advertise "soup and homemade brown bread". The bread actually is homemade, and is really good. But that soup is definitely from a packet, and...More
Hi Paul S, Thank you for your review of our business, we really value customer feedback of any kind as we always strive for high customer satisfaction. We are very sorry and surprised to hear you did not enjoy our homemade soup as it has...More
We popped in here for afternoon tea on our way to Slieve League. They only had packaged Gluten Free choices but the Brownie was delicious. Coffee and tea were standard. Nice staff.
Cute little eatery that serves coffee, tea, sandwiches, soups, delicious pastries (cake, scones, cupcakes, etc). Also, has a small little shop that has some very nice souvenirs. Nice stop to get warm, cool off or just take a break.