Win a break for 2 in Teach de Broc
You don’t have to play golf to appreciate this highly popular guesthouse, but it certainly must help as it is almost within the boundaries of the famous Ballybunion links.
An electric massage chair is available for easing golfers’ aches and pains after a long day on the links and - should encouragement be needed - wine & coffee bar and a large, stylish, comfortably furnished and very spacious guest lounge are a positive encouragement to guests to stay in and relax.
The 14 bedrooms are also spacious and well-equipped (including satellite television in all rooms), and have good bathrooms.
Yet, however comfortable and well-located this exceptional guesthouse may be, it’s the laid-back and genuinely hospitable atmosphere created by this energetic and dedicated couple that really gets them coming back for more.
Always keen to provide the best possible service for the discerning golfer, an excellent breakfast is served from 6am, with freshly baked scones and croissants among the good things offered.
The wine bar idea, originally intended to offer just a light bite, has developed a little each year and there is now a fully-fledged 40 seater restaurant called Strollers Bistro.
Menu choices are wide and good and on fine evenings you can take your coffee out to a paved outside seating area beside the bar, where there is an open stove.
Service, as elsewhere is delightful – professional, yet very warm and friendly.
The lucky winner of this free competition will have a short break for two people (subject to availability), to include:
• 2 nights accommodation
• full Irish breakfast on both mornings
• dinner for two people on one night
Read more about Teach de Broc on their website.
To enter the competition simply tick the answers to the questions below (you must be a member, click here to join, it's free):
Apps and Books
Meals for All Seasons - The Best of Contemporary Irish Cooking (out of print, Hardback)This vintage cookbook is out of print and only available here. Georgina Campbell's outstanding a ...more...