This November why not treat yourself with a wonderful stay in picturesque West Cork? The stunning Eccles Hotel is hosting a unique ‘Fur, Feathers and Grapes’ event. On the 17th of November, food lovers will enjoy a sumptuous eight-course tasting menu at the luxurious venue.
The event is coming hot off the heels of the hugely popular A Taste of West Cork Food Festival, and is cementing the areas foodie reputation even further – West Cork recently became home to two new Michelin stars.
Boasting over 250 years of history, Eccles Hotel in Glengarriff is the perfect place to experience all that this vibrant corner of Ireland has to offer. Hoards of famous faces such as WB Yeats, Maureen O’Hara and George Bernard Shaw have all visited this iconic hotel throughout the years.
Staying true to the theme of the event, the menu will feature dishes such as rabbit rarebit, pigeon breast, pheasant breast, venison haunch and braised shank. This seasonal menu has been expertly designed and prepared by the hotel’s renowned chef Eddie Attwell. The ‘grapes’ element of the evening will come in the form of wine supplied by Wines Direct.
Lounge over your delicious tasting menu with perfectly paired wines for an evening of pure luxury. You can then retire to your double or twin room at Eccles Hotel and enjoy a restful nights sleep.
Tickets for this unmissable event include an eight-course tasting menu, pairing wines with each course, an overnight stay and a full Irish breakfast the following morning and cost just €125 per person sharing.
The hotel is situated on the beautiful Beara Peninsula and is the ideal base for those wanting to unwind and relax or to explore the Wild Atlantic Way. Visit the pretty village of Glengarriff and pick up some local produce from the town’s shops, or take in the scenery at the Glengarriff Nature Reserve.
For more information and bookings, please visit www.eccleshotel.com