In a scenic area without many places to stop for a bite, this good shop selling artisan deli and picnic food meets the need perfectly.
In a scenic area without many places to stop for a bite, Sheila Power's lovely shop meets visitors' needs perfectly, offering delicious artisan deli and picnic fare among a wide range of carefully selected foods, and wines. There's plenty here for holidaymakers self catering in the area, fresh bread daily, and organic vegetables which come in every Thursday afternoon.
Sandwiches and wraps are made on the premises ready to go - although not a café, there are a few seats outside the shop where you can enjoy a snack in the sun on a fine day.
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