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Island Treasure Souvenir and Gift Shop

Church Bay, Rathlin Island, County Antrim, BT54 6SA
Island Treasure Souvenir and Gift Shop

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Island Treasures Souvenir and Gift Shop stocks affordable gifts including:

Local Prints, paintings and photographs of Rathlin. Books, postcards and handmade cards.
Rathlin t-shirts, pens, pencils, fridge magnets, etc. Souvenirs with a nautical theme. Selection of Island hand-made soaps. Ice lollies, drinks and sweets. Beach toys and general toys.

Rathlin Post Office is situated in Island Treasures. A cash machine is available during Post Office

N.B.- PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT NOT ALL BANK CARDS ARE ACCEPTED AT THE POST OFFICE.


Island Treasures Opening hours: (Phone first)
October - March: 10.00-2.00 (Mon-Fri)
April, May, June, September: 11.00-3.00 (Mon-Fri & Sun) 12.00-4.00 (Sat)
July & August: 11.00-5.00 (7 Days)

Post Office Opening Hours:
11.00-3.00 (Mon-Fri)

For further information, or for weekend opening out of season, contact Catriona Blaney on 078 6866 3283.

Please see http://www.rathlincommunity.org/visit prior to travel.Tel. 028 2076 0079

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* Seasonal.
October - March: 10.00-2.00 (Mon-Fri)
April, May, June, September: 11.00-3.00 (Mon-Fri & Sun) 12.00-4.00 (Sat)
July & August: 11.00-5.00 (7 Days)
Please see http://www.rathlincommunity.org/visit prior to travel.

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