Ballygarry House Hotel Honoured At Annual Georgina Campbell Awards

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Ballygarry House Hotel

THREE Kerry businesses were honoured at a national awards ceremony last week.

The winners of the Georgina Campbell Irish Food & Hospitality Awards 2020, in association with AIB, were announced in Dublin and a Tralee hotel was among those receiving plaudits.

Ballygarry House Hotel was Highly Commended in the Business Hotel Of The Year category. The citation for Ballygarry read: “Now in the third generation of McGillicuddy family ownership, this is an appealing hotel and it gives good value for the high standard of accommodation, food and service offered.”

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“One of Kerry’s most sought-after venues, it is especially popular for weddings but is also an excellent choice for meetings and conferences, offering a selection of very attractive and well equipped rooms catering for anything from a small group of eight to a large conference for up to about 350 delegates – and, in common with other experiences in the hotel, good food and the exceptionally friendly and helpful staff ensure a well run event that makes people want to return.”

Dromquinna Manor, Kenmare was awarded Hideaway of the Year 2020, while Teach de Broc, Ballybunion was Highly Commended as Guesthouse Of The Year 2020.

Of Teach de Broc, the citation read; “Given its location alongside Ballybunion Golf Club, it’s no surprise that many guests at Aoife and Seamus Brock’s spacious and luxuriously appointed custom-built guesthouse are golfers. But all visitors to this popular seaside resort are very welcome at Teach de Broc – and many simply come to eat here, at the impressive Strollers Bistro, which is equally popular with local diners and visitors to the area, as well as resident guests.”

Celebrating 21 years in their current incarnation, the Georgina Campbell Awards recognise and honour Ireland’s standard-bearers in food and hospitality in Ireland with particular emphasis, this year, on the industry pioneers who put down quality markers a generation or more ago.

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