Calum Armitage

Calum Armitage is an Irish writer from County Down. He is currently a journalism undergraduate studying in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He is passionate about writing (both fiction & non-fiction), travel, and Formula 1. His goal is to one day be a published novelist and to dedicate his time to writing full-time. Also, he owns a chubby black cat named Dracula who likes to sleep on his books while he is trying to read.

5 best cafes in County Down with warm and cosy atmospheres

Serving delicious pancakes and toothsome full English breakfasts, these are the best cafes in County Down which offer a cosy and welcoming atmosphere.

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