Anne Devlin’s Tea Rooms

National 1798 Centre Cafe

The ‘Heather Blazing’ Cafe

While here, why not visit our ‘Heather Blazing’ Café.  We take great pride in our home-baked scones, breads, lunches and desserts. Open all day, we have a range of specials to tempt your tastebuds.

Our Café gets its name from the famous song about the Rebellion – Boolavogue’, written by P.J. McCall.

At Boolavogue as the sun was setting
O’er the bright May meadows of Shelmalier.
A rebel hand set the heather blazing
and brought the neighbours from far and near.
We too hope that you will come from far and near to enjoy our hospitality.

 


Why not phone in your order to us?  All lunch orders received before 12.00 p.m. will receive a free regular tea or coffee.

** WE ALSO HAVE FREE WIFI IN OUR RESTAURANT **