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Visited Ballymaloe Gardens while I was in the area. There is a nice cafe where one can get fresh and organic products which are grown on the farm! There are several orchards as well.
What I also found enjoyable was exploring the area where there...More
This looks like a tiny store, but it goes on and on, filled with clothing, condiments, cookbooks, cooking implements, toys, everything unique and of fine quality. The staff is friendly, but nonobtrusive. If you are lucky, you will get a wagging tail greeting from Alfie.
I've already posted on staying at The Tower at Ballymaloe House, which I recommend.
The gardens are a calming, soothing soul-refreshing, all natural break from the driven world. Our walks through the soft forest led us by the senses of wild garlic, cowslips and daisies...More
The store is well-stocked with kitchen gadgets, woolens, and sundries. The staff is quite helpful in giving advice and locating stock.
We love to walk through the gardens as well as take the walk in the back around the pond. Peaceful, quiet, and relaxed!
Here's a three-bay shop (or four if you include the tea shop at the rear) that's a part of the Ballymaloe House property.. Great selection of locally produced jams and food items as well as locally made wearables (sweaters, etc.). Nice collection of cookware (a...More