Dunmore House reopens for the season fresh from celebrating its inclusion in the Michelin Guide UK and Ireland

After a well-deserved winter break, the family at Dunmore House is preparing to open the doors to guests for this season. 

Owner Carol Barrett, her son Peter, the General Manager at Dunmore, along with her husband Richard and the extended team have used the break to recharge their batteries, see to the annual maintenance and sprucing up of the gorgeous seaside property and, most importantly, have raised a glass to the wonderful news of the inclusion of their restaurant Adrift in the Michelin Guide UK & Ireland 2022. 

“We were delighted to be included in the Michelin Guide 2022,” says Peter Barrett, the fourth generation of the family to work at the hotel, “for our hotel and Adrift to be included really is a lovely recognition of our continuing ethos here at Dunmore which has been passed down from my great-grandparents, and our amazing team in the kitchen who continue to produce simple dishes with fresh, local produce.”

 The entry in the Michelin Guide says, “Run by the fourth generation of the owner’s family, this restaurant is set in an enviable position on the ground floor of the Dunmore House Hotel with views out over Clonakilty Bay. Tasty, modern dishes showcase locally sourced produce, including some from their own organic kitchen garden.”

 The family at Dunmore House believe in a warm welcome and exceptional food, with local seafood taking centre stage and produce from their organic Ocean Garden complementing it, making dining at Adrift and throughout the property a joyous thing.

 Whether you enjoy the breathtaking sea views from the comfort of your room or pack your walking boots and togs and tick all 10 beaches on the doorstep off your list, a getaway to Dunmore House Hotel is a breath of fresh air this spring with rooms starting from €315 for overnight accommodation with breakfast and dinner for two in Adrift.

 For more visit dunmorehousehotel.ie

WCP Staff

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