Made at home in Wexford’s big houses
Unable to choose where to treat her foodie mum on a Mother’s Day weekend, Leanna Byrne let the Blue Book be her guide on a luxury two-centred trip to Wexford
Although we couldn’t finish it, Dunbrody House’s double joint couldn’t be recommended more. Because at Dunbrody, the main event is most definitely dinner-time.
Once home to several generations of the Chichester family, the grand house in the seaside village of Arthurstown, Co Wexford, dates back to the 1830s. So it’s fitting that, before I embrace the joint, I start with a local seaside dish of Kilmore Quay scallops with...
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