Win a Short Break for Two at King Sitric

 King Sitric

Established by leading chef Aidan MacManus as a fine dining restaurant in 1971, this Howth favourite (which is a member of Ireland’s Blue Book) is now run by his son and daughter-in-law, Declan and Sue, who have made it the more casual - but equally distinctive - destination that it is today.

Fine dining may no longer be offered, but the popular contemporary King Sitric Seafood Bar continues the family’s longstanding commitment to the best of seasonal, local produce and offers excellent, mainly seafood, dishes at very fair prices - and the famous house wine, Hugel Pinot Blanc from Alsace, still leads off the drinks list.

Views over Howth Harbour and Balscadden Bay are also shared by the smart nautically themed guest rooms - all named after Irish lighthouses.

There are plenty of activities to enjoy in and around Howth – the famous cliff path around Howth Head (‘Howth Cliff Walk’), for example, offers several versions taking from 1.5 to 3 hours to complete, then there is golf of course, beaches, boat trips – and sea swimming, which is becoming very popular.

The lucky winner of this free competition will have a short break for two people sharing (subject to availability), to include:
•   An overnight stay for two in a sea-view room
•   Delicious dinner for two in the King Sitric Seafood Bar
•   A memorable Full Irish breakfast next morning

Read more about King Sitric Seafood Bar and Accommodation 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):

Question 1. In which county is King Sitric Seafood Bar & Accommodation located?
Co Wicklow
Co Dublin
Co Mayo

Question 2. What are the rooms at King Sitric Seafood Bar & Accommodation named after?
Irish Mountains
Irish Lighthouses
Irish Castles

Question 3. When was The King Sitric established?
2021
1991
1971
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