Item description for Georgina Campbell's Ireland: The Best Places To Eat Drink And Stay (The Guide) by Georgina Campbell...
This is Ireland's most highly respected hospitality guide. It offers accurate descriptions of approximately 1,000 recommended establishments throughout Ireland, North and South, in a wide range of categories (hotels, restaurants, cafs, pubs, country houses, guesthouses, and farmhouses), thus giving the best choices for all occasions and budgets.
What sets it apart from other guides is its independence-rigorous independent research is undertaken annually, and recommendations are personally selected, solely on merit. (Establishments do not pay for inclusion and may not advertise in the Guide.) It is easy to use, with entries arranged alphabetically by county, with informed country and county introductions putting entries into context, and an introductory features section highlights the quality and variety of Irish produce.
Ireland's premier awards scheme is based on the Guide's selections, and a small range of symbols (Restaurant Stars, Deluxe & Outstanding Accommodation symbols, and also Pub Stars for character and good food) highlight the very top establishments.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.25" Width: 5.75" Height: 8.5" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Release Date Mar 8, 2005
Publisher Georgina Campbell Guides
ISBN 1903164125 ISBN13 9781903164129
Availability 0 units.
More About Georgina Campbell
Georgina Campbell lives in Dublin, Ireland. She has written many books on Irish food, and is also a weekly columnist in the Irish Independent Weekend magazine and a regular contributor to Food & Wine magazine.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Georgina Campbell's Ireland: The Best Places To Eat Drink And Stay (The Guide)?
Don't go to Ireland without this guide! Aug 9, 2005
A native Dubliner suggested this guide for my last trip to Ireland (Summer, 2003). The guide made the trip. We relied on it every day. I had some of the best meals of my life in Ireland thanks to this guide. When I told friends this, they were amazed; Ireland is not necessarily known for its cuisine. But thanks to Georgina Campbell, maybe it will be!