“Free Cup of Tea, if you Cycle to me!”

“Free Cup of Tea, if you Cycle to me!”

Burren Free cup of teaThis is the first initiative of its kind in Ireland and is highlighting the fact that the best way to see the Burren is on a bike. Developed by the Burren & Cliffs of Moher Geopark and An Taisce Green Schools Travel officer Roisin Garvey, in conjunction with the Burren Ecotourism Network, the ‘Free cup of tea if you cycle to me’ scheme will see cyclists offered a free cup of tea when cycling to participating businesses.Free tea for cycling

Businesses involved in the scheme are:

Aillwee Cave and Birds of Prey Centre

Doolin Hostel

Doolin Cave

The Burren Smokehouse

Wild Kitchen

The Burren Centre

Hotel Doolin

The Boghill Centre

Kilfenora Hostel

Burren Experience Guided Walks

Stonecutters Kitchen

The Farmyard

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