Win a Short Break in Gorman's Clifftop House
Beautifully situated near Smerwick Harbour on the Slea Head scenic drive and Dingle Way walking route, Sile and Vincent Gorman’s guesthouse is, as they say themselves “just a great place to relax and unwind”.
Natural materials and warm colours are a feature throughout the house, and open fires create a welcoming laid-back atmosphere.
The eight bedrooms – which include some on the ground floor, with easy access from the parking area - all have sea or mountain views and are attractively furnished in a pleasingly simple style with thoughtfully finished bathrooms; four superior rooms have jacuzzi baths and other extra facilities, but all are very comfortable.
The Gormans are knowledgeable and helpful hosts too, advising guests on everything they need to know in the area – all guests get the loan of a guide book and ordnance survey map during their stay.
While the thirty five seater restaurant with large windows commanding superb sea views, is a wonderful place to enjoy Vincent Gorman’s good cooking. The prize includes dinner in the restaurant on one evening, where the best of local and homegrown produce is served, some of which is grown in their own organic garden.
Sile, Vincent and their staff will be on hand to welcome you and help you make the most of your time on the Dingle Penisula which offers many exciting things to do.
• Two nights B&B
• Dinner on one evening
• Welcoming tea or coffee on arrival with some nice homebaking
• Pre-dinner drinks
• Itinerary of your choice - Slea Head Drive - Drive; The Pilgrims path - walk (4 hrs for hikers) or Complimentary Bicycles - Tour of the Parish
• A surprise gift from Vincent's Kitchen on Departure
Read more about Gorman's Clifftop House & Restaurant on their website.
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