Our Tea room is situated in the Mournes Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with stunning views over the landscape.
inside the gallery
We offer a selection of home made soups, bread and cakes
We are in the process of restoring the gardens around Turnip House, and converting the land into native woodland, vegetable and fruit gardens.
Visitors are welcome to stroll around and watch the developments.
flowers and mountains
We run one day courses in the magical art of felt making.
Whether you want to start learning, or advance your skills, you will have a fun, fulfilling, creative day that you'll remember, and some lovely artefacts to take away with you.
a stunning creation by a workshop participant
to book or for more details click here
We are only 1 hour from Belfast
and 2 from Dublin, situated in the heart of the Mournes Area of
Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Elaine & John McCombe
64 Dromara Road,
t: 028 4065 0848
We make hand crafted knitwear and felt products.
the turnip house: our workshop
Visitors are welcome to see the making process, buy from our range of goods in stock, or commission a special piece.
A wide range of felt products
Celtic Sweaters from £55.00
The Gallery, with Slievenaboley as a back drop
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Location and Directions
+54° 18' 26.18", -6° 1' 41.92"
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the setting sun creates an almost vertical rainbow.
We are open every Saturday and Sunday in June
11am to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday
Every Saturday and Sunday between 11 to 12 we'll be serving delicious buns filled with your choice of our favourite breakfast ingredients,
Dublin sausages by Hafners,
Mohan's bacon from Annacloy Co. Tyrone
Sunray Baps from Newry
And Murlough Free Range eggs, just down the road
Any 2 fillings for £3.00, 3 for £3.50
Fried Egg baps are vegetarian.
As this is a trial run, there will be a limited supply, so get here early, or book yours now!
You can see reviews of Turnip House on Trip Advisor.
We were delighted to get this review in May:
"Looks can be deceptive. This appears to be a cafe in an old garage beside a derelict house (which is actually what it is!) but it is so cosy, and warm. The staff are incredibly nice , there seems to be a real community interest in the place. The soups ,scones (made in front of us!) , cakes , coffees and tea are delicious and unbelievably cheap. Food is organic and local where possible. I doubt you can find a better, more interesting ,warm or welcoming place....and a big dog too!"
Gold Award winners
Green Tourism Gold Award winners