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The Railway Rest
Moate, Co. Westmeath
The Railway Rest is a small artisan coffee truck with an outdoor seating area, located along the Old Rail Trail Greenway in Moate, County Westmeath. The Railway Rest is the perfect place for enjoying a coffee and cake with family and friends.

The Railway Rest in Moate, County Westmeath,

is located along the Old Rail Trail Greenway at the Mount Temple Crossing between Athlone and Mullingar serving tourists and locals alike.

They serve delicious coffee, freshly baked goods along with cold drinks and tasty snacks.

The Old Rail Trail Greenway is a rural route through the heart of the Irish midlands connecting the bustling town of Athlone with the market town of Mullingar passing through the town of Moate. The route is 40km along a converted stretch of the former Midlands Great Western Railway.

The Railway Rest is conveniently located adjacent to the Old Rail Trail Greenway making it the ideal rest break or quick stop off point on long journeys along the greenway. Why not avail of the outdoor seating area or take shelter from the elements in the 'Shed Area'.

Why we like it
  • Stop at this artisan coffee truck while exploring The Old Rail Trail Greenway.
  • Enjoy a selection of freshly baked treats, cold drinks and tasty snacks.
  • Sit and relax in the outdoor seating area and admire the local scenery.
Tips from locals

Stop at the beautifully restored railway station buildings in Moate. The station closed in 1987 and is part of the Athlone to Mullingar Cycleway.

Family friendly
Dog friendly
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Contact details
Railway Crossing, Lake Road, Aghanargit,Moate,Westmeath,Republic of Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 30 minutes to 1 hour here.

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