The Mullichain Cafe is situated on the banks of the river Barrow in St Mullins known as The Jewel of the Barrow where you can sit with a glass of wine or a good coffee and watch the river flow – that’s the good life
MARTIN, EMER AND MARK WOULD LOVE TO WELCOME YOU INTO THEIR PIECE OF HEAVEN.
The Mullicháin Café is a tastefully restored 18th century canal storehouse which was used to store grain and all kinds of goods that were transported on the canal line from 1760. Nestled in the Barrow valley and right off the beaten track St Mullins or Badger Wood is a charming bit of old world Ireland. Two great artisans John Broughal and John O’Dwyer with their “Man Friday” Martin and the great designer Emer worked to transform a sadly derelict building into a show piece of times gone by. Great coffee, fantastic atmosphere and chat to beat the band, what more can you ask for?
OF THE CAFE
JUST A BIT OF REAL IRELAND.