Mill Restaurant & Guesthouse
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Muck 'n' Muffins
A 19th-century stone grain store houses this 1st-floor cafe and crafts shop. Even on rainy winter days, it's packed with locals tucking...
Mill Restaurant & Guesthouse information
An exquisite country setting and locally sourced, seasonally changing meals make dining here a treat. Set in an old flax mill that was for many years the home of renowned watercolour artist Frank Eggington, it also has six high-class guest rooms (singles/doubles from €60/96). The mill is 1km south of town. Book in advance.