Stopped here when cycling the greenway with friends. Easy access with a direct road to it. Great atmosphere and the food was delicious and well priced. Would highly recommend.
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Stopped here for a cup of coffee and slice of cake while cycling the greenway in Co. Mayo. It's a really lovely and quaint family run traditional cottage. We spoke with the owner, Kevin, who had grown up in the cottage. He was very welcoming...More
Stopped for a lite lunch on our way from Achill to Westport on the Greenway. Excellent soup and homemade bread. Lovely spot. Cozy turf fire... Highly recommended.
After being dissatisfied with another local eatery and with young kids we had to find somewhere else quickly, we came across this gem. I cannot recommend highly enough - We were made very welcome and even given a tour of the place - Your could...More
We were warmly welcomed at the quaint family run restaurant when we stopped for lunch along the excellent Greenway bike path. While the view from the house is spectacular, the real charm is the cottage with the burning peat fire and Granny bed. Our children...More
Built in the 1850's this was a family home until it was converted to its current form in 2009. It has a wonderful feel to it when you enter and is like travelling back to the 1950's. A number or original touches have been maintained...More
My wife, kids and I spent a fab day cycling along the Greenway from Newport to Mulranny. Having initially thought we'd cover the distance in 2-3 hours, it soon transpired that it would take a little longer..... 4 hours and a few picnic/rest stops later...More