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Glencar teaSHED

Glencar teaSHED

A stunning gem surrounded by beautiful scenery; majestic King’s Mountain, wonderful Glencar Lake and stunning Glencar Waterfall. The kind of place that awakens all the feel-good senses. Absolutely delicious mouth-watering food, blissful teas, fluffy scones & treats, tasty soups and hearty sandwiches. Creamy coffee from ‘Art of Coffee’. The Afternoon Teas are everybody’s favourite. Kid’s play park on site. Can seat large groups of up to 50 people. Booking required for Afternoon Tea 24 hours in advance. Picnics and outdoor catering also available.

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Opening Hours
Tuesday: 10:30 AM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 10:30 AM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 10:30 AM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 10:30 AM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 10:30 AM – 05:30 PM
Sunday: 12:30 PM – 05:00 PM

About Us

Glencar teaSHED is a 50 seater coffee shop just beside the famous Glencar Waterfall. Serving locally roasted coffee, home made products and crafts. Enjoy breakfast, brunch or lunch in warm and welcoming surroundings.

Sustainability 

  • The teaSHED itself is built with sustainability in mind it features Timber frame construction, larch cladding & locally sourced stone.
  • Triple glazing, good insulation, heat recovery ventilation system with hot water from air source heat pump means that no additional heat is generally necessary in the winter.
  • We have switched to compostable packing i.e. coffee cups & lids fully compostable, smoothie cups compostable, takeaway containers compostable, supplied from Co. Donegal.
  • All our salad leaves are grown on site using ‘no-dig’ organic methods i.e. without use of use of chemical fertilisers or pesticides.
  • Other produce is also grown on site depending on seasonality from our side garden i.e. rhubarb, strawberries, various berries, cabbage, potatoes, spring onion, along with small polytunnel crops.
  • We compost all used coffee grinds, vegetable scraps etc on site to feed the side productive garden, which is still being developed using the ‘no-dig’ method.
  • Cardboard is composted and utilised as a weed control method were possible.