Located in the town of Enniscorthy, County Wexford Bellefield Design tailors quality picture frames to customer specification. A dry mounting service is also available. The range of products framed includes photographs, certificates, paintings, sports jerseys, embroidery and needle work. The outlet retails products manufactured by people with disabilities within the County Wexford Community Workshop (CWCW).
Each day, ‘Salt ‘n’ Pepper ’, the on -site restaurant makes scones and bread for sale as well as serving two hot main courses, salads and sandwiches for dinner. Special requests are catered for when the need arises.
The Restaurant supplies one of the local supermarkets with meat pies for their deli counter. Cake sales are run every Friday and homemade produce ranging from tarts, scones, breads, jams and chutneys are sold to customers. Birthday Parties and novelty Birthday cakes are catered as well as seasonal produce such as Christmas fruit cakes and puddings.
Close to Bellefield Design, places of interest in the area of Enniscorthy include the 1978 Rebellion Centre illustrating the spread of revolution across Europe and into Ireland. Nearby in Dubrody, the replica Famine Ship simulates the conditions endured by emigrants transported to North America during the Famine period. The Enniscorthy 1500 Heritage Trail Bus runs tours of historic Enniscorthy vising St. Aidan’s Cathedral, Enniscorthy Castle, Vinegar Hill & the 1798 Rebellion Centre.
All year round except Bank Holidays. Monday - Saturday 9.00am to 6.00pm. Ample car parking facilities.
Restaurant "Salt `n' Pepper Pot" is open Monday to Friday.