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Suitor Gallery Tea Room

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Suitor Gallery Tea Room
17 Grange Road, Ballygawley Co Tyrone , BT70 2LP
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A lovely gift shop, way above the average, lots of gift ideas including lovely things for children, and a tea shop where everything is home made and tasty – the perfect place for a journey break.
  • Forest / Woodland with trails nearby
  • Golf nearby
  • Walking (established walks)
  • Broadband WI/FI
  • Broadband WI/FI (No Charge)
  • Family Friendly
  • Shop - Gift
  • Shop - Lifestyle
  • Bistro
  • Café
  • Traditional Irish
  • Atmospheric
  • Coeliac Friendly
  • Daytime/Coffee
  • No Music Restaurant
  • Old World / Traditional
  • Tea Rooms
  • Vegetarian Friendly (always at least 1 starter & 1 main course)

Suitor Gallery Tea Room

This long established gift shop and tea room was set up by the artist Beryl Suitor in 1990 and it’s a great testament to the consistently high standards that it remains popular after so many years.

A converted barn in a small orchard provides an attractively rustic setting and, as well as being an excellent gift shop - way above the average, lots of gift ideas incluidng lovely things for children - many of their products are also available through their online shop.

It is also a teashop, serving teas, coffees, snacks and lunches. And what a good little place it is.

Baking is a speciality, with a range of scones (hot cinnamon scones are the trademark style but “five different types of scones just out of the oven on our visit plus lots more”), muffins, biscuits, tray bakes, cakes and desserts all made on the premises, also hot dishes like baked potatoes, soups and toasties.

Everything is home made and tasty – the perfect place for a journey break.

Seats 64 (outdoors, 30); Childen welcome (high chair, baby changing facilities); wheelchair accessible (tea room & toilets). Food served Tue-Sat, 10am-5.15 (lunch menu to 2.55). Parking (20). Closed Sun, Mon, 25 Dec-1 Jan inclusive. MasterCard, Visa, Laser, Switch. abbreviations
Last Updated: 26-06-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell


At the main junction of the A4 and A5 take the Ballygawley exit off the roundabout, and then first left.

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