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Longueville House - 13th Annual Mushroom Hunt

Longuville House Mushroom HuntWhen Michael and Jane 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...

13th Annual Mushroom Hunt at Longueville House

Sundays 21st September & 5th October 2014

Don your boots and wellies and hike around the estate in search of edible mushroom varieties home grown here on our Estate. This annual Longueville House Mushroom Hunt is a fun family day out for all & ideal for beginners. Do bring waterproof hats and over coats due to our inclement weather and even a pair of sunglasses can be required!

With the guidance of Maria Cullen and Jim Fraser our very own mushroom experts, you can discover the pleasure of this exciting sport here at Longueville House. Afterwards Chef/Proprietor William O’Callaghan along with his team will prepare and cook for you a banquet of autumn mushrooms from the day’s harvest.

Please note that mushroom hunts take place in all sorts of weather so are rarely cancelled due to inclement weather. If anything they may be cancelled due to a lack of rain before the event leaving a shortage of mushrooms to hunt. Due notice will be given to participants in the event of postponement or cancellation.

Mushroom Hunt with Lunch (€85 Per Person)

Price Includes: Coffee/Home made Cookies on arrival, Mushroom Hunt Expertise, Luncheon and Wine.

Children (Under 12 Years): €25 to include Milk & Cookies on arrival, Mushroom Hunt Expertise, Kiddies Luncheon with Farm Pressed Apple Juice.

Family Pack: €199 Two Adults & Two Children Under 12 years.

Booking & Cancellation Policy

Advance booking & pre-payment is essential by credit card or cheque as numbers taken for these two events are limited. Confirmation of booking will be guaranteed by email on receipt of these payment details. Cancellation is required within 2 days of the event to avoid penalty of payment in full. Cancellations before this time will be refunded payment minus 20% handling fee. Be sure to book early as space is limited!

Schedule:

9.30am and onwards
Participants meet at Longueville House Hotel. A brief orientation & maps are distributed of mushroom sites on the Longueville estate. Participants may set off at their own pace, and break up into smaller groups. Please bring some paper, sacking or basket containers. Non-plastic is best.

1.00pm
Various Groups return to Hotel to clean up, examine mushroom harvest & brief discussion and of course enjoy a welcome seasonal house cocktail!

1.45pm
A highlight of the day is our legendary luncheons! This follows in our Presidents’ Restaurant or Turner Conservatory with a specially prepared & chosen three-course meal by Chef/Proprietor William O’Callaghan and his team. Your wines are specially matched for the occasion. 

Longueville House HotelOvernight Packages available, please ask at reception, or see our website www.longuevillehouse.ie

Click Here to Enquire or call +353 (0)22 47156

Please quote Georgina Campbell's ireland-guide.com when enquiring or booking

Longueville House, Mallow, Co. Cork 

 

 


Longueville House

Mallow, Co. Cork
Country House / Restaurant
Longueville House Hotel - Mallow County Cork ireland
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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 wonderfull ...

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