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Ditty's Home Bakery & Coffee Shop

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Ditty's Home Bakery & Coffee Shop
33 Rainey Street, Magherafelt Co Londonderry , BT45 5AA
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A sister to Ditty’s of Castledawson, renowned for their excellent home baking. Helen, wife of famous artisan baker Robert Ditty, runs the Magherafelt bakery and shop, offering an excellent range of home-baked local breads and treats

Ditty's Home Bakery & Coffee Shop

Renowned throughout the 32 counties for their excellent home baking, Ditty's of Castledawson has earned recognition from many quarters, including the Irish Food Writers' Guild.


Here in Magherafelt, Helen Ditty, wife of Northern Ireland's most famous artisan baker, Robert Ditty, runs the bakery and shop. They offer the same excellent range of home baked local breads, pastries, cakes, oatcakes, biscuits, short breads, wee buns, scones and muffins - and the café is a popular place for a shopping break.


The little café is in the bakery, and what you can expect to find here is mainly baked treats to have with a cup of tea or coffee - and several hot dishes are offered every day. 


It makes a great place for a journey break - or to pick up a few loaves of bread and other treat to take home, or to your self-catering accommodation.


Also at: Dittys Castledawson

Seats 20. Mon-Sat all day 6.30am-5.30pm, closed Sun. abbreviations
Last Updated: 25-06-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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