Relax with a coffee and a delicious treat in our bright and modern Woodland Café located in the old granary of Strokestown Park House.
After a stroll through Strokestown Park’s woodland gardens, or time spent absorbing stories of the past in the Palladian House and the National Famine Museum, why not relax and unwind in our our contemporary Woodland Café or pick up mementoes of your memorable day.
The Woodland Café
Our bright modern new Woodland Café is great place to relax and treat yourself to coffee, snacks and delicious meals created using the best sustainably produced local ingredients and catering for a wide range of dietary requirements.
This family-friendly space is the perfect spot to refuel after exploring Strokestown Park’s grounds, and it’s also ideal for larger groups. We ask group organisers to pre-book tea and coffee, lunch, and other options for their Strokestown Park visit so that we can accommodate your group comfortably.
Our Woodland Café, shop, visitor centre and museum are all wheelchair accessible, and we are happy to answer any enquiries you may have about accessibility.
In the shop at the Strokestown Park Visitor Centre, we sell a selection of specialised books which explore the history of the house and its collections, as well as the historical context of the Great Irish Famine.
Replicas of some of Strokestown Park’s most important historical documents – including a copy of the Clonahee Petition – can be purchased in the shop. They give you a way to remember the story of the Great Irish Famine and share the remarkable insights to be gained from your visit to the National Famine Museum.
Crafts & Gifts
We are also proud to stock Irish-made jewellery and local crafts, so you can choose a souvenir of your visit to Strokestown Park from beautifully made things that reflect traditional skills, or find that special gift for someone with a passion for the past.