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Tinakilly Country House Hotel - Menu Prestige
4-Star Premium Treat for 2 at Tinakilly Country House Hotel, Wicklow: £122 for 7-Course Menu Prestige, Overnight Stay in Junior Suite & Breakfast (value up to £260)
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- £122 for a four-star GrabOne Premium treat for two at Tinakilly Country House Hotel in Wicklow.
- Glass of Prosecco and chocolate-dipped fruit on arrival.
- An electrifying seven-course meal from their menu prestige, one-night stay in a luxurious junior suite and full Irish breakfast.
- Recipient of two AA Rosettes for fine-dining excellence.
- Snooze by the roaring open fire and enjoy stunning views of the Wicklow countryside.
Proper ladies dream of Colin Firth-esque heroes emerging from lakes to sweep them off their porcelain white toes and whisk them away to stately manors. The stuff of dreams it may be, but we think your dreams will come true with our latest GrabOne Premium Escape.
£122 for a four-star GrabOne Premium Escape for two to Tinakilly Country House Hotel in Wicklow, including a glass of Prosecco and chocolate-dipped seasonal fruits on arrival, a seven-course meal from their impressive menu prestige, one-night stay in a junior suite and full Irish breakfast. The usual price for this package is up to £260.
Nestled away quietly in the midst of the Garden of Ireland; Tinakilly Country House Hotel is a luxurious country hideaway offering lucky guests everything they require to truly enjoy a break away.
From the breath-taking scenery of the nearby Wicklow Mountains to the stately surroundings of this beautifully-restored Victorian Italianate mansion; Tinakilly Country House Hotel is the perfect location for a romantic, undisturbed escape for you and someone special.
Getting your stay off to an opulent start, you'll be treated to a glass of Prosecco and chocolate-dipped seasonal fruits on arrival. Later on that evening, your taste buds will be tantalised with an otherworldly seven-course meal for two in the garden-view Brunel Restaurant, which is the recipient of not one, but two AA Rosette awards for excellence in fine dining.
Having sampled all the expertly-prepared dishes on their delightful menu prestige and maybe even indulging yourself with the carefully-matched wine pairings (just €25 extra per person); you'll be delighted to discover the crackling fire in the Hotel's welcoming bar - the ideal spot to earmark for a post-dinner apéritif.
And once you've managed to tear yourself away from its warmth, the comforts of your Junior Suite beckon where you'll sleep easy and awake to stunning views of either the Irish Sea or the Hotel's mature landscaped gardens.
Santa could be very generous this year by sneaking this treat under the tree or you can take matters into your own hands and grab it for yourself - either way, the team at Tinakilly Country House Hotel look forward to welcoming their guests to their beautiful hotel.
'Just returned from a lovely three days in gorgeous, autumnal Wicklow. Tinakilly is the perfect base for the area - lovely grounds, good food, great service in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.....and fabulous value for money in anyone's book.
After a day out Hallowe'en ghost touring with the children, I can't imagine anything more perfect than the plate of duck confit on spinach and crushed potatoes which I had in front of the fire in the bar. Exactly what we needed, and always service with a smile. Will soon go back.'
Georalph on TripAdvisor, November 1, 2012.
'This hotel is, without a doubt, one of my favourite places in the world. It's a home away from home.
The staff, location, rooms, everything was just perfect. If you're looking for a taste of old school Irish hospitality, this is the place to stay. From large fires to the piano playing in the background, this hotel really is perfect for a relaxing weekend.
I'm struggling to write down how amazing this place is as words can't describe how amazing it is but it really is worth a look. Value for money is a definite.'
Niamh M on TripAdvisor, October 27, 2012.