I was delighted to hear that the former Drumcliffe Tea Rooms had re-opened as Pink Clover, it’s in the most fantastic location, just beside Drumcliffe Church and the grave of the famous poet William Butler Yeats.
I went along to check it out, and as always I was bright and early, but a warm welcome awaits from the team, I was especially delighted to see Kathleen (formally of Tir Na Nog) working there. Pink Clover is bright and airy, with a mural of W. B Yeats on one of the walls.
The cakes and breads are baked in the kitchen onsite, Michelle (who owns Pink Clover) makes them herself, she’s up early every morning to ensure that the products are always fresh. I spent some time chatting to her in the snug area – which is just gorgeous! Two comfy chairs and a deep pink wall, perfect for cosy catch ups.
I bought the most delicious blueberry and lemon scone, I love that the scone flavours are a bit different, not just fruit and plain. I also enjoyed a cappucino, the coffee onsite is Carrow Coffee – which is produced here in Sligo.
I’d like to wish Michelle and all the team in Pink Clover the very best of luck, I’ll certainly be back. Find Pink Clover on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pinkcloversligo
This is not a sponsored post and I paid for my food and drink.