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Glenariff Tea House and Craft Shop

Glenariff Forest Park, 98 Glenariff Road, Glenariff, County Antrim, BT44 0QX
Glenariff Tea House and Craft Shop

About

The Teahouse in the Park
There are few places on the island of Ireland that boast such a magnificent backdrop as the famous Glenariff Teahouse within Glenariff Forest Park. Few dining experiences can compare to enjoying a meal with the views stretching out across the park and along the glen to the sea. Renowned for its 'Afternoon Tea' the Glenariff Teahouse offers not just magnificent views but a mouth watering menu of home made food sourced from local ingredients.

The tea house is situated conveniently near the car park and has disabled access to both the gift shop and restroom facilities.

Traditional Afternoon Tea and Stories in the Glens
In an area steeped in folklore and traditional tales our resident 'seanachai' or storyteller will regale young and old with myths, legends and adventures turning a day out into a truly magical experience. Come and experience an authentic Irish story telling session with writer and broadcaster Liz Gough, who captivates every audience with stories from the Glens and other traditional tales.

Whether your choice is tea and scones or a healthy lunch we would be delighted welcome you on your day out in the park.

Facilities

Catering

  • Dogs Accepted Outdoor Dining Area

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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Tel+44 (0) 28 2175 8769

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Opening Times

* Monday to Sunday 11:00-17:00 Easter to September.

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