The Chocolate Garden

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Chocolate / Classes/Courses / Ice Cream / Online Shop / Producers Shop / Speciality Store

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The Chocolate Garden
Rath, Tullow Co Carlow
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Tel: +353 59 648 1999

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Jim and Mary Healy's innovative family-run business produces a quality range of handmade chocolates, biscuits, fudge, chocolate spreads, and their own Tipperary Organic Ice Cream

The Chocolate Garden

Aka Wicklow Fine Foods, Jim and Mary Healy's innovative family-run business re-located from Baltinglass in Co Wicklow to customised new premises alongside Rathwood Home and Garden World (www.rathwood.com) and Rath woodlands (where there are recreational walks). And, although their postal address is Carlow they're stilly actually in Wicklow ...


They produce a quality range of handmade chocolates, biscuits, fudge, chocolate spreads, and their own Tipperary Organic Ice Cream, which was previously made in Clonmel; also chocolate workshops, a café and ice cream parlour, and online sales of a wide range of novel chocolate products, gifts and hampers.


Everything for a great fun day out.

Open Mon – Sat 10–5, Sun 1–5.30. Closed 3 wks Jan. abbreviations

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3 miles outside Tullow on the Shillelagh / Gorey road (R725)

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