Former Waterford Crystal craftsman Eamonn Terry returned home to the Ring Peninsula to set up his own workshop, where you can buy deep-prismatic-cut, full-lead crystal vases, bowls, clocks, jewellery and even chande…
This combination studio and shop provides a workshop and display space for some of Waterford's best artists and craftspeople. As well as watching the artisans at work, you can shop for locally made glassware, textil…
An excellent market featuring many prepared foods. Watch for the irresistible baked goods by Mary Doherty of Granny Maddock's Pantry. Crafts on sale include pottery, jewellery and hand-turned wood.
This cosy little house above the harbour sells beautiful pottery, much of it in lovely shades of blue and cream. Other locally produced goods include warm hand-knitted socks.
Advice, information, fishing tackle and permits for the River Blackwater's excellent salmon fishing are available from the Cappoquin post office.
As you'd expect, Dungarvan farmers market is a good one, a minor festival of artisan breads, cheeses, bacon, farm vegetables and hot food.
Three floors of books – with an excellent selection of Irish classics – and a cafe.