The Georgina Campbell Awards – Ireland’s Original Hospitality Awards! From five star hotels to food trucks, representatives of the very best in Irish hospitality gathered at Bord Bia’s Thinking House in Dublin on 3rd October, for the announcement of the … Continue reading
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Georgina Campbell Awards – Dishing Up Delicious Diversity
Georgina Campbell Irish Breakfast Awards 2017 – in association with Failte Ireland: The Winners
The very best in Irish hospitality, Irish food and Irish tourism have received national recognition from Georgina Campbell at the Georgina Campbell Irish Breakfast Awards 2017 – in association with Failte Ireland. Hosted at The InterContinental, Dublin, this innovative national … Continue reading
‘Showcasing a Unique Destination – The Boyne Valley’
I’m delighted to be able to support the Boyne Valley Tourism Conference, Exhibition and Dinner 2015 event that’s being run this week by Meath and Louth Local Authorities, with support from Failte Ireland. It’s a two-day industry event , starting … Continue reading
How To Be Your Own Mystery Guest
There is big excitement here about the latest one day workshop in the Georgina Campbell/Conor Kenny hospitality business development programme – ‘How To Be Your Own Mystery Guest’ to be held in the K Club on Wednesday 26th November, for … Continue reading
Richard Corrigan tweets offer of home for Heritage Irish Potato Collection
A ripple of excitement around L’Ecrivains lovely dining room and a spontaneous round of applause marked an unscripted high at the recent Irish Food Writers’ Guild Awards: MC, Ross Golden Bannon, had just interrupted proceedings to read a tweet from … Continue reading
What Are The Secrets of Success in Food and Hospitality?
Having travelled the country for many years seeking out the best of Irish food and hospitality to recommend to readers of our guides, we’re often asked for advice from businesses on how they can make improvements (preferably without spending a … Continue reading
What A Wonderful Way To Say Welcome!
Clonmel is famous for its apples (albeit mainly cider apples, and known through the product of an international drinks manufacturer based in the town which also uses imported product) so perhaps it should not have been surprising that a big … Continue reading
Irish hotels at the crossroads – which way now?
‘Heartbreak Hotels’, Ian Kehoe’s Special Report on the hotel industry in The Sunday Business Post (15/7/12), made grim reading. Not so much because of any new information that it presented – most of the contents would already be familiar to … Continue reading