Rhiannon’s Cakes and Bakes
Rhiannon Woolsey is a busy mother of three who learned to bake in her parents’ coffee shop “Esther’s” in Portadown. As orders grew for her home-based cakes after she had her children, she took the plunge, gave up her part-time job as a classroom assistant, bought a cabin and set up in her
back yard. That was the first business premises and now there are four in Portadown, Richhill, Moira and Stranmillis. The original portable cabin is now The Cabin Shop in Scotch Street, Portadown.
The Cabin Shop offers a wide selection of homemade treats including: Scones, Soda Farls, Wheaten Bread to the array of freshly homemade traybakes and cupcakes which are becoming increasingly
popular with our customers. Coffees, Tea, Luxury Hot Chocolate and other hot drinks are also available to buy from the Cabin Shop.
She and her growing team make personalised cakes and cupcakes, cookies, traybakes and breads daily in their bakery, and transport them each morning to their 4 shops across Northern Ireland .
They get supplies locally from Orchard Eggs, Country Preserve Jam and Davison’s Apples.
5-star Food Hygiene Rating
NEED TO KNOW
The Cabin Shop in Scotch Street is now open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9am-4pm. Parking is available in the youth centre car park, directly behind Scotch Street Filling Station, 106 Moy Road, Portadown, Co. Armagh, BT62 1QP.
The Moira shop opens every Tuesday-Saturday from 9am-4pm with late night opening on Thursdays to 7.30pm.
The Stranmillis, Belfast shop has seating for 6 inside and 2 tables of 2 outside. Open Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday from 10am-8pm and Friday/Saturday from 10am-6pm.
Their latest bakery counter is in Woods’ Supervalu on Main Street, Richhill, Co. Armagh. Opening times are Tuesday-Saturday from 10am-5pm.There is have a wide selection of homemade traybakes, cupcakes, cookies, breads and Johnson’s Coffee, Tea and Hot Chocolate available each day.
What They Do
Homemade personalised cakes, cupcakes cookies, traybakes and breads and 4 bakery shops based across NI (Portadown, Moira, Richhill & Belfast)
Where To Buy
Apart from the four shops mentioned- Today’s Scotch Street- Armagh and the Shed Restaurant on Hammond’s Road in Lisburn.