Nice selection of local history books as well as a wide range of second-hand books
If you love books, you'll love this place! It is what a second-hand bookshop should be. Packed to the rafters, it offers everything, there are first editions, a mix of modern and very old books and lots of lovely children's books. The staff are very friendly and I could have spent the day there.
Charming might be the first word in a readers mind, entering. "Dickensian" you read in another review and you will accede. This is not your average book-supermarket, where small cubois of printed paper are packed closely, to be sold to the hasty buying public. Here, you can sattle down and browse the shelves. You will find some new and a... More
This is such a wonderful bookshop, I hardly know where to begin! It's very hard to believe Sceal Eile is only a few years old. It's a cosey shop, almost Dickensian in style with a lit range and an armchair down the rear for browsers. Everytime I visit I find myself walking out with an armful of unexpected treasures. The... More
This is an old-fashioned bookshop, with arm-chairs & a turf-burning stove at the back, for comfortable browsing. They have a huge range of new,second-hand & antiquarian books. Irish & local history is a strong point & their Irish-language stock is second to none. Book launches & readings are popular occasions, especially during the annual Ennis Book-Club Festival !
I happened upon this little gem of a bookshop on a rainy afternoon, and it really made my day. I couldn't believe the range of books in stock, covering every imaginable genre. I had a lovely time browsing and chatting with the owner. There's even a little nook with a comfy armchair in front of the fire at the back... More
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