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Allen’s of Caledon

48-49 Main Street, Caledon, County Tyrone, BT68 4TZ
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Set in the picturesque village of Caledon which is boastful of its Georgian buildings, is the family run business, Allen’s of Caledon. Nominated for a Fréd award as the ‘Best Cycle Café’, Allen’s of Caledon, established in 1936, provides customers with a Coffee Shop and Furniture Business. At Allen’s we think that what you eat and drink matters. We have researched the best local producers to bring you great food at great prices. We offer hot breakfasts, lunches and a range of indulgent treats and homemade cakes. We also serve award winning coffee which can be customised to just the way you like it, as well as a selection of teas and hot chocolate. Situated along the Blackwater Heritage Trail, customers can finish off their visit to Allen’s of Caledon by browsing our genuine 1700 Georgian House which exhibits our furniture, tastefully furnished by our in-house design consultant, allowing you to visualize how the furniture would look in your own home.

Allens of Caledon is a fabulous independent department store, partly set within its very own genuine Georgian House, enriched with its original character, which today exhibits the store’s stunning furniture and accessories collections. Each of the showrooms is tastefully furnished by an in-house design consultant, to allow customers to visualise how the furniture would look in their own home. Allens of Caledon is renowned for offering top brands, to name a few, Emma Bridgewater, Denby, Tipperary Crystal, Stellar, Kenwood, Delonghi and Nespresso. Fast becoming one of the most unique shopping experiences in the country, Allens of Caledon has introduced a stylish boudoir corner in-store, offering exquisite jewellery and fashion accessories.


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Saturday 09:00-17:00

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