Services

Services

Ballyvaughan Post Office

The Post Office is located on Church Street, Ballyvaughan.

The Postmistress (Siobahn) and her staff are always welcoming and willing to help their customers.

Opening Hours: Mon to Fri 9am-1pm & 2pm-5.30pm. Sat 9am-1pm.

Spar Foodstore

The Spar Foodstore and delicatessen is located on the main street of Ballyvaughan village. They carry large selection of fresh and cooked meats to choose from, it also has built up a fine reputation for its wonderful range of salads and quiches made daily on the premises.

You can buy a big breakfast roll early in the morning with fresh coffee/tea available. 
They also make fresh sandwiches and rolls.

You can also choose from a range of Irish made cheeses with locally smoked salmon, trout and mackerel. They also have a wine licence.

The Launderette

The Ballyvaughan Launderette is located off Church street in the village and is open six days a week throughout the year. It provides a range of washing and ironing services.

Opening hours are from 9am to 5.30pm each day.

 

Catholic Church

St. John the Baptist Church is the Roman Catholic Church in the parish of Ballyvaughan.

The foundation stone was laid by Bishop Fallon in 1858. The church was knocked down in 1862 and again in 1863. Fr. Forde went to Australia to collect money for the rebuilding and he managed to complete the church n 1866.

Ballyvaughan Service Station & Shop

Ballyvaughan Service station and shop is located on Church Street, Ballyvaughan.

The Post Office is also located here.

The Service Station and the shop are open every day and is open from early in the morning until late at night, so you can also drop in for your grocery shopping. It is just around the corner from Ballyvaughan Village & Country Holiday Homes. The proprietor (Siobhan) always has a smile to welcome her customers.

In addition to foodstuffs, you can but light hardware and rent videos. They also have a delicatessen for take-a-way food.

  

Village History & Features

Ballyvaughan, situated in the northwest corner of the wonderful Burren, is undoubtedly one of the most hauntingly beautiful and atmospheric harbour villages on the western seaboard.