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Founded in 2020, crough. coffee shall be known for revolutionising the way people drink coffee in a rural setting. We take pride in our ability to discover the most unique coffee choices from around the world and share them with the Waterford area. We serve great coffee, teas, ice-cream, treats & that's all! Simple, delicious & honest. Join us.
The Foothills of the Comeraghs
We are located in the idyllic Mahon Bridge, Kilmacthomas, Co.Waterford, resting in the shadows of the Comeragh Mountains. The local parish is Kilrossanty. Our café is based in this very rural heartland, opposite the triangular field. You cannot miss us when travelling to the Comeragh Mountains, Mahon Falls, Magic Road or Crough Wood. If you're visiting Coumshingaun or Modhra Lake, continue along the R676 towards Dungarvan/Cork and you will find us on the right in Mahon Bridge.
Despite the isolated location, the twelve mountains which form the Comeragh Mountains are very popular for mountain climbers and hikers, tourists, locals, families and Sunday spinners. The highest peak is Fauscoum at 792 m (2,598 ft). Additionally the R676 Carrick to Dungarvan route is hugely popular with cyclists and cycling groups, along which the 1998 Tour de France travelled. The stretch from our crossroads to the mountain entrance is a very popular 5km hill climb for cyclists. Crough wood is perhaps one of the most magical places in co.Waterford, if not Ireland. The mighty deciduous tress surround the tumbling River Mahon, visitors can enjoy the scenery on the forest path. In Crough nothing is out of the ordinary, from yoga in the woods, still life classes, fairy trails to sculptures.
Our nearest town Dungarvan is a stunning harbour town offering a host of accommodation options, restaurants and amenities. Our nearest village Kilmacthomas is nestled in the Mahon Valley and is well worth a trip to see the stunning Railway viaduct.
The Waterford Greenway is also a stones throw from our Café in Mahon Bridge (4km). Visit us, at the gateway to the Comeraghs.
2021 October to March Hours
We're now open 5days from 9am til 5pm Wednesday to Sunday. We are closed Monday & Tuesday off-peak.
As our business is centred around leisure seekers, we are open to serve your caffeine & sugar rush needs.
Coffee + Tea, Something Naughty or a Nice Homemade Ice Cream, our even a Sourdough Toastie! Simple as.
poured to perfection
HOMEMEADE ICE CREAM
scooped + served
when only a brew will do
hot & savoury to order
we can grind on demand
expertly baked by our team
April to August 2021
Monday + Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday + Sunday: 9am - 5pm
Out of Hours + Group Bookings by Appointment