From EUR 710
This incredible personal culinary adventure in Cork is a food lovers dream!
We’re taking you to Cork, Ireland’s food capital, where you will indulge your senses in a food experience like no other. An adventure that takes in the best of Cork’s cooking from the specially creates English market Tasting Menu at The Weir Rooms to the award winning gardens at Ballymaloe Cookery School. Visit the English Market, meet producers and stroll through country gardens. Go straight to the heart of Ireland’s best food, and feast on a deliciously planned escape.
Arrive in Cork, Ireland’s Food Capital, and make your way to the fabulously modern River Lee Hotel where you will enjoy a specially devised English Market Tasting Menu featuring Good food Ireland producers and giving you an insight to those you will meet tomorrow
Wake to an indulgent breakfast then head into the character filled city of Cork where you will visit the Butter Museum, a tribute to Cork’s fine and historically delicious butter. Then on to meet some of Good Food Ireland’s family of producers at the English Market, a thriving hub of food and activity in the heart of Cork. Enjoy a light lunch at the Farmgate Café where you will be served a plated selection of our wonderful producer's food.
Back to the River Lee to freshen up, before a chauffeur arrives to whisk you away to Fishy Fishy Restaurant in Kinsale for a fine-dining experience you will always remember.
Return to the River Lee Hotel for a deep slumber.
Wake to another full breakfast, before packing your bags and heading to the Allen family’s food paradise at Ballymaloe. Your afternoon here begins with a personal guided tour of their award winning gardens before sitting down to a hearty meal at Ballymaloe House. This is locally sourced ingredients cooked in deliciously simple and rustic ways.
2 nights’ Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Cork
English Market Tasting Menu
Chauffeur Driven Trip to Kinsale for Dinner
Personal Tour of Ballymaloe Cookery School Gardens
Dine and Stay at the World Famous Ballymaloe House