Light and contemporary with high-pitched ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and two living rooms opening on to a long terrace, this six-bedroom house is the perfect place to reconnect with friends. Meals can be taken at the breakfast bar, on the terrace or at a great big oak dining table in front of an open fire. Cook for yourself or let the hotel’s new executive chef, Ian Doyle (ex-Noma), pop over to do it. You can also hunt for edible seaweed with a local forager, go rock fishing for pollock and mackerel, line fishing off the pier for bass and then come back and sizzle it all on the barbecue.
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Gourmet Getaways | The Telegraph, Ultratravel:
Food lovers’ favourite Cliff House Hotel in Ardmore is one of the best beachside hotels in Ireland so it’s no surprise the exclusive-use beach house it has just launched next door is a triumph...
The most decadent new villas anywhere in the world, to book in 2021 | The Telegraph: The joyously contemporary beach house in the seaside resort of Ardmore is the latest offering from food-lovers favourite next door, Cliff House Hotel and great dining is part of the offering....
Light, airy and spacious, with floor-to-ceiling windows through which to enjoy the staggeringly beautiful views, there are six bedrooms, two living rooms which open out onto a long terrace and a great big oak dining table positioned in front of an open fire.
Have fun cooking in the impressively-equipped kitchen or let the hotel’s executive chef, Ian Doyle (ex-Noma) pop round and cook for you. There are lots of fun add-ons available from beach foraging and fishing trips to wild swimming lessons.
If your fantasy escape includes a luxury hideaway for a reunion, sea and sunshine, Waterford’s six-bedroom Cliff Beach House can guarantee two of the three....
Despite being in Ireland’s “sunny South East”, if it does get a little cloudy, it’s a guilt-free excuse to stay in by the fire, enjoy the floor-to-ceiling view of Ardmore Bay, or snuggle up in the cinema room under Irish hand-loomed blankets.