Donegal Craft Village, Donegal Town
Categories: Art Galleries, Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping, Museums
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outside the historic town
of Donegal in the North
West of Ireland
Donegal Craft Village is a showcase for
contemporary arts and crafts in Ireland. Leading
artisans are working with glass, bronze, textiles,
wood, paper, felt, paint, ceramics and precious metals.
Meet the artists in their workshops and treat
yourself to the many items on offer for yourself
or as a memorable gift. You can also commission
special bespoke items or larger architectural
pieces for presentations or corporate gifts.
Stop off and indulge in the award winning
’Aroma’ Coffee Shop & Mini Bakery renowned
for its freshly ground coffee, delicious home
made cakes and gourmet lunches.
The beautifully landscaped grounds include a
picnic area, a charming courtyard and spacious,
free car & coach parking.
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mid-morning on a weekday most all shops were closed. The ones with large windows seemed to have large stone or glass items on offer...not feasible for an overseas travellers usually. We were there les... read more »
The craft centre was an unexpected joy to visit, with lots of quality products which are created on site. It's so nice to be able to actually meet and talk to talented, creative people. Just wish I ha... read more »
More like boutique shops, expensive high quality goods. Not really a place for craft materials for yourself.
This unassuming little stop outside of Donegal is a diamond in the rough for the art lovers. You have various artists in residence here worth checking out if you're not numb inside. We spent the most time with woman who processes her own wool and makes felt art. It's truly unique.
Elaine Mc Gonigle
Love this place! A must visit for something unique!
Disappointing. I was expecting a craft village but it was more arts. There were a couple great craft places, the jeweler and the weaver. But mostly it was fine art. I liked the craft village down in Spiddel much better.
Ce MueCharm of a retirement village. Good food in the aroma Cafe.show original
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