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probably good when it was new, really inadequate toilets, for the whole centre tiny toilet facility that you would find in a small cafe. They benefit from being attached to a multi-storey. Wouldn't go back.
I went into this coffee store on Wednesday 4th July. I was pushing for time but took my place in the queue. There was another couple came in after me. The gentleman sat down and the woman queued. She knew one of the staff and...More
My parking experience was very disappointing, as i had leave the car overnight due to a puncture, having to pay 50€ instead of 4€. I tried to explain the situation first thing the following morning, but they did not care.
Also, the access, exit, and...More
Shopped at the Dunnes Store in the Merchant Quay and purchased clothing that was fairly priced for what we got.
Many other stores throughout though rather limited in personal shopping but plenty of food stores
This is a typical shopping center one would see anywhere in the world. As a tourist it had just what we wanted; i.e., a M&S so I could buy some wine and an Irish gift shop to buy some trinkets for the grandkids. In addition,...More
Fantastic Place People Are so Nice In Costa O Briens. The Pantry Cafe and Restraunt. Also. Very nice.
I would Recommend having a look in the Charity Shop Upstairs in merchant Quay Peter Marks Is Also Very Good Good bargains Downstairs Debhnams. And Marks And...More
Parked in merchants quay carpark or what was once know as rochestores locally. The selection of outlets has changed quiet a lot here over the years. The old reliables of marks and Spencer's, dunnes stores drapery and Supervalu (roches) are still here. A varied choice...More