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Enjoy a taste of home at The Village Coffee House

SERVING up a fantastic selection of hot drinks and home-made treats, the new Village Coffee House is the perfect spot for a cuppa and a chat. The quirky little shop is serving up the tasty Matthew Algie coffee and a full range of lattes, cappuccinos, frappés, hot chocolates and teas.

But if hot drinks really aren’t your cup of tea, a selection of fruit smoothies, milkshakes, cold and soft drinks are also available. Sure to have something to tickle the taste buds of even the pickiest of eaters, why not accompany your drinks with some homemade artisan bakes and sweet treats, with an array of biscuits, traybakes and scones to choose from.

For those with a sweet tooth why not sample some of the many mouth-watering cakes; rainbow, carrot, lemon drizzle, red velvet and even pinata.

There’s cookies, muffins, delicious doughnuts and fresh homemade desserts such as apple tarts and lemon meringue pies.

For those who are gluten free, there’s plenty of tasty treats from scones, brownies, fruit loaves, cornflake tarts, blueberry muffins, banoffee pies and breads, as well as a delicious vegan date slice available daily.

With no better way to start your day than with a good breakfast, why not stop by The Village Coffee House before work for something warm and tasty. You can take your pick of options from pancakes , scrambled eggs , porridge and croissants.

And, if you’re not a morning person, what’s even better is the breakfast options are available all day long.

For lunch why not avail of one of the daily specials, with the soup and sandwich deal costing just £3.95.

Available for private hire, The Village Coffee House can accommodate up to 50 people, and the new outdoor area is also animal friendly, so you can bring your pooch along with you.

The Afternoon Tea special costs just £9.99 and is also available for private functions. Located to the rear of The Village Inn in the heart of Killyclogher, there’s no need to stress about parking as there is plenty of free spaces available on site for all customers.

The Village Coffee House is open Monday to Friday from 8.30am – 5pm and from 9am – 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.

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