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Good Craic Gifts and Souvenirs

13 Church Street, Rostrevor, County Down, BT34 3BA
Pictured is Belinda Cullen sitting on the stair, owner of Good Craic Gifts and Souvenirs in Rostrevor.  On the bottom step Belinda has written 'there

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G’day and welcome to Good Craic Gifts!!! This fabulous giftshop is in Rostrevor, at the foot of the Mourne Mountains, a magical village and a magical shop. It is owned by Belinda, an Australian who originally came for 6 weeks. I loved it here so much I just stayed! Then I opened a shop to celebrate the area. The shop is jam packed with local art and jewellery, Irish souvenirs and a fun range of bespoke souvenirs made just for Rostrevor and the Mournes. I also stock the best range of greeting cards in the area- all designed/made in Ireland. Locals love the shop as much as visitors to the area.

A visit to Good Craic is as much an experience as a shopping trip with local landmarks painted on the stairs and a life size painting of Giant Murphy, once the tallest man in the world who was from here, upstairs. The fairy mural on the front gives you a glimpse of the fun to be had inside.

I have also compiled the Good Craic Guide to the Mournes and a free copy is available when you visit the shop. It contains my 40+ best suggestions of things to do when visiting the area. A new version comes out regularly to try and ensure it is up to date. I love a hidden gem and I’m willing to share. Visit Good Craic and let me help you make memories of your time here.


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* Monday - Saturday 10.00 - 17.00
Sunday 13.00 - 17.00

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