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Donnelly's Bakery and Coffee Shop

28 Ann Street, Ballycastle, County Antrim, BT54 6AD
Donnelly's Bakery and Coffee Shop


Donnelly’s Bakery was established 40 years ago by passionate baker and entrepreneur Moyra Donnelly and is now in being run by her sons Cathal and Eugene - a second generation of bakers.

As one of the few remaining home bakeries that still bake in house every day, we pride ourselves in the use of only the healthiest quality ingredients. Our range and quality recognised by the "Bakery of the Year" award 2017 (Neighbourhood Retailer Awards).

Whilst we provide breads of ethnic/European origin (crossiants, Ciabatta bread, French baguette) the core of our products are traditional Irish in nature with a Scottish influence such as fadge (potato bread), bannocks (oven soda) and slims (griddle teascones) along with the new low GI multi seed loaves and Donnelly’s unique “Dalriada Loaf” (no yeast, no sugar, no flour) and Dulse wheaten for the health conscious.

Our artisan products are all hand made by our own master bakers with an emphasis on using local ingredients in both the bakery and coffee shop.

Upstairs from the Bakery Shop you can enjoy our award winning all day Ulster Fry or fresh home made soup, paninis, lunch specials and of course delicious pastries - all served with a smile.

Locally sourced ingredients, a pride in quality, and service to our customers are important. 'It's great to see customers from the local area and further afield coming back time after time' said owner and Baker Eugene Donnelly .

Bakery of the Year 2017
Taste of Ulster Members
HDCA Winner of Best Breakfast in Northern Ireland for Ulster Fry 2014 and runner up UK 2015


Children & Infants

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Children's Menu Available
  • Highchairs Available

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

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Opening Times

* Bakery Shop
Monday to Saturday 07:00-18:00

Coffee Shop
Monday to Saturday 08:00-17:00

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