Bite Size: Afternoon delight

Cheer yourself up with afternoon tea; there are several new options on offer for those of you who need some sweetness in your life this autumn

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
3rd September, 2017
Aileen Plunkett afternoon tea at Luttrellstown Castle

What’s not to like about mooching round a castle that hasn’t previously been open to the public, and indulging in afternoon tea at the same time? Bookings are now being taken for the Aileen Plunkett afternoon tea at Luttrellstown Castle, which sits on 560 acres in west Dublin and was owned by Plunkett, whose father Ernest Guinness gifted it to her in the 1920s.

For now, tea is only available on Sundays...

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