Hunters at the Oven Door

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Hunters at the Oven Door
34 Main Street, Ballykelly Co Londonderry , BT49 9HS
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Hunters at the Oven Door

Sean Hunter's third generation bakeries are a favourite destination for lovers of the best  traditional foods and home baking (see Limavady; also at Coleraine).

Open Mon-Sat 8.30-5.30. Closed Sun. abbreviations

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