Win a Short Break for Two at The King Sitric

The Wilder Townhouse Established in 1971, Aidan and Joan MacManus’s renowned harbourside restaurant with rooms is one of Dublin’s original fine dining establishments. This Blue Book property was one of the first to specialise in seafood and, in a year when our Awards paid special tribute to the pioneers of today’s successes in Irish food and hospitality, King Sitric Fish Restaurant & Accommodation and East Café Bar was named Seafood Restaurant Of The Year 2020. Aidan’s total commitment to using (and promoting) the best of seasonal, local produce is seen on menus that offer value for every budget - mainly seafood, but also with a focus on game in winter

Evolving with the city, the original old world restaurant was transformed nearly two decades ago into a smart modern venue with rooms that all have great sea and harbour views. And, added more recently, the contemporary smart-casual East Café Bar on the ground floor is run by son of the house, Declan MacManus, with his wife Susan McKiernan. Offering a short menu, fantastic food and good value, this casual venue is proving a real winner. There’s no shortage of things to do in Howth, including golf, swimming, sailing and walking (beaches, hill walks, the cliff path, the harbour and its two piers), browsing the fish shops on the West Pier… and it is easily accessed from Dublin on the DART, making it an ideal destination for a short break or just a day out.

The lucky winner of this free competition will have a short break for two people sharing (subject to availability), to include:
•   Two nights accommodation and dinner, for two
•   A meal for two in The King Sitric Restaurant on the night of your choice
•   Dinner for two in East Café Bar on the night of your choice
•   An excellent breakfast, served in the seaview restaurant, on each morning

Read more about King Sitric 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. Was Gregans Castle manor house built in:
20th century
18th century
19th century

Question 2. Which are the hills that Gregans Castle overlooks:
Wicklow Hills
The Sperrins
The Burren

Question 3. Which tourist region is Gregans Castle in:
Ireland’s Ancient East
Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands
Wild Atlantic Way
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