Win a Break for Two at Blue Haven Hotel, Kinsale

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With its name emblazoned in blue and white stained glass above the entrance and flags fluttering cheerily on poles, this famous old hotel has a welcoming cosmopolitan look – and, with frequent refurbishment (and reinvention) by hands-on proprietor Ciarán Fitzgerald, it is always kept fresh and lively. It’s a landmark building in one of Ireland’s most historic towns and, thanks to thoughtful planning and design, succeeds in offering a high level of comfort and an astonishing range of experiences for what is quite a small hotel – earning it the well deserved title of Georgina Campbell 3-Star Hotel of the Year 2022.

Its sixteen bedrooms have all the details that make guests feel pampered and, when it comes to food and drink, The Blue Haven can hold its own in a town renowned for its exceptional choice of top quality dining options. Whether in Rare (where, inspired by culinary expeditions around the world, Chef Meeran Manzoor offers an intimate, multi-course fine-dining experience), the Bar & Bistro (casual dining) or The Moët Garden (luxury terrace with champagne or cocktails and Rare small plates menu), a meal here is sure to be very enjoyable - quite the spot to meet and eat in fact.

The lucky winner of this free competition will have a short break for two people sharing (subject to availability), to include:
•   A 2-night stay for two in a luxurious guest room
•   Dinner for two in Rare fine dining restaurant on the night of choice
•   A memorable Full Irish breakfast each morning

Read more about Blue Haven Hotel 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 Ghan House located?
Co Louth
Co Dublin
Co Mayo

Question 2. In which century was Ghan House built?
19th century
18th century
20th century

Question 3. What is the name of the mountains seen across Carlingford Lough?
The Bluestack Mountains
The Twelve Pins
The Mountains of Mourne
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