Ireland’s Top Hotels and Restaurants at the Georgina Campbell Awards

Donegal’s popular Harvey’s Point was recently announced as Ireland’s Hotel of the Year at the 2017 Georgina Campbell Awards. The popular Donegal four-star hotel, also Ireland’s No.1 on TripAdvisor won the prestigious award for its stunning location and accommodation facilities as well as its fine dining waterside restaurant. At the opposite end of the country, the Good Things @ Dillon’s Corner Restaurant in Skibbereen won the coveted “Restaurant of the Year” award.  The much talked about “Chef of the Year” title was won by Sebastien Masi from Dublin Restaurant, Pearl Brasserie.

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Top hotels and restaurants announced at the 2017 Georgina Campbell Awards

The longest running awards in Ireland, The Georgina Campbell Awards are widely recognised for the best in Irish hospitality and are widely used by many as the basis of where to stay and eat whilst taking a vacation in Ireland.

In compiling this year’s prestigious awards, Campbell and her team kept “a sharp eye out for those exceptional establishments which are right on top of their game and going the extra mile for customers,” she said in Dublin.

Full list of award winners:

  • Hotel of the Year: Harvey’s Point, Co. Donegal
  • Restaurant of the Year: Good Things @ Dillon’s Corner Restaurant Skibbereen, Co. Cork
  • Chef of the Year: Sebastien Masi, Pearl Brasserie Restaurant Dublin
  • Guesthouse of the Year: Number 31, Dublin
  • Outstanding Guest Experience: Ballyvolane House, Fermoy, Co. Cork
  • Host of the Year: Kathleen O’Sullivan, Seaview House Hotel, Ballylickey, Co. Cork
  • Business hotel of the Year: The Fitzwilliam Hotel, Dublin & Belfast
  • Newcomer of the Year: Nook Café and Restaurant, Collooney, Co. Sligo
  • B&B of the Year: Carbery Cottage Guest Lodge, Durrus, Co. Cork
  • Country House of the Year: Viewmount House, Longford
  • Farmhouse of the Year: Killiane Castle, Drinagh, Co. Wexford
  • Bord Bia ‘Just Ask’ Restaurant of the Year: 1826 Adare, Co. Limerick
  • Taste of the Waterways Award: Two Cooks Restaurant & Wine Bar, Sallins, Co. Kildare
  • Seafood Restaurant of the Year: Jack’s Coastguard Restaurant, Cromane, Co. Kerry
  • Wine Award of the Year: ely, Ely Place & IFSC, Dublin
  • Pub of the Year: O’Dowd’s of Roundstone, Roundstone, Co. Galway
  • Pet-friendly Hotel of the Year: The Salty Dog, Bangor, Co. Down
  • Family Friendly Destination: Brigit’s Garden, Rosscahill,  Co. Galway
  • Hideaway of the Year: Bishop’s Gate Hotel, Derry
  • Atmospheric Restaurant of the Year: The Duck Terrace Restaurant, Marlfield House, Gorey, Co. Wexford
  • Ethnic Restaurant of the Year: Pickle, Dublin 2
  • Cafe of the Year: An Fear Gorta/The Tea & Garden Rooms, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare
  • Casual Dining Restaurant of the Year: 4 Vicars, Armagh, Co. Armagh
  • Natural Food Award: Burren Glamping, Burren Free Range Pork Farm, Kilfenora, Co. Clare
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