The Mustard Seed’s John Edward Joyce (right) receives the 2020 YesChef Country House Hotel of the Year Award from Phillip Mills. Mustard Seed Wins
Limerick’s Mustard Seed wins Country House Hotel of the Year 2020 at the Yes Chef Awards
The Mustard Seed in Ballingarry, Co Limerick has been named as the recipient of the Country House Hotel of the Year title at the 2020 YesChef Awards which were held recently in the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa in Sligo.
This is the seventh year of the awards and over 500 hospitality professionals from across Ireland came together to celebrate the success of their friends and colleagues at the gala event recognising the efforts of the very best in the business.
John Edward Joyce, Mustard Seed proprietor, said, “We are thrilled for everyone who was acknowledged at this year’s awards.
The Mustard Seed team strives endlessly to provide an outstanding guest experience and there are not enough words to thank them for their dedication and hard work. We are very grateful to our invaluable guests for choosing to stay and dine with us and look forward to welcoming old and new faces as we celebrate our latest award,” he added. Mustard Seed Wins
Shane Smith, Managing Director of NI Media, said, “The YesChef Awards are the highlight of our year and it is both a pleasure and a privilege to deliver these awards to the deserving winners. Each and every one of our finalists has been visited by an experienced researcher.”
Nestled in the idyllic West Limerick countryside, the Mustard Seed has been providing exceptional food with the highest standard of hospitality since 1985.
About The Mustard Seed
The Mustard Seed is only Ireland’s Blue Book property in the Limerick countryside and is the ideal base for a vacation in the southwest of Ireland.
The Dingle Peninsula, Killarney, the Ring of Kerry, the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren are all pleasant day trips. For the golf enthusiast, a choice of four courses is within 30 minutes drive of the house. Horse riding, fishing and garden visits can be arranged nearby.
Surrounded by country lanes for leisurely strolls or close to the Ballyhoura Mountain range for more organised trails. The house looks across at Knockfierna, the highest peak in the Mid West landscape, the perfect trek for even the amateur walker.
Located close to Lough Gur, one of Ireland’s finest archaeological and historical gems and a pleasant drive from Doneraile Court, listed in Ireland’s top 3 free attractions.
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