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Open since 2015, this modest shop on a busy city junction quickly established itself as a cult destination - and no wonder: Takashi Miyazaki's cooking is a revelation. It's a tiny place with just a few seats, six stools in all, and a narrow shelf, part of which overlook ...
In a scenic location overlooking Oysterhaven Bay, near Kinsale, Paul and Janis Rafferty’s lovely old house is a listed building dating back to 1645. Following years of restoration, it’s home to a number of activities and events – and the courtyard conve ...
This fine townhouse in the centre of Kinsale is just a few steps away from the Blue Haven Hotel, which is in common ownership. It is very golf-friendly and the newly renovated guestrooms include two spacious and beautifully designed suites; the Postmaster Suite and the ...
An appealing daytime spot in the centre of Kinsale, Tracy Keoghan’s lovely Lemon Leaf Café is an oasis of calm in an already cool enough town. It’s casual and relaxing, with lots of comfortable seating to choose from and a bright glass-roofed cou ...
When Jane and the late Michael O’Callaghan opened Longueville House to guests in 1967, it was one of the first Irish country houses to do so - and, today, it is one of Ireland’s finest country house hotels. Its history is wonderfully romantic, “the hi ...
Esther and Joe Barron's business dates back to 1887, and this wonderfully traditional bakery still uses the original Scottish brick ovens to make breads with real flavour and an old-fashioned crust; the range is wide (and well worth investigating), but the Waterford 'bla ...