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Reviewed 8 March 2022 via mobile

Before Wild Honey Inn reopens for the season I wanted to wet your appetite having stayed and eaten at this wondrous beauty prior to season closure in ‘21.

Firstly, Kate and the team are what makes this Inn superb. From start to finish the welcome received, was pure Irish hospitality at its best.

The real gem is the draw of the promise of outstanding cuisine. By God, it lived up to and surpassed expectations (excitement) in every way. Every dish, and I mean every plate of food presented, photographed (due to its beauty), tasted and then remarked upon as if ‘we’ were the Michelin committee rendered us speechless (almost emotional) that such outstanding offerings are locally sourced. We are two nights out of two. Why wouldn’t you?! Exceptional.

The team are warm, utterly engaging, knowledgeable and rather humorous which was a delight and a welcome accompaniment to the the main event. I could go in but you’ll just have to try for yourself…no more spoilers…

Accommodation wise, perfect.

This is what living us all about. Thank you to Kate, Aidan snd the team.

Room tip: Book early…
Date of stay: October 2021
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank GazCork
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Reviewed 10 July 2021

The food and ambiance in the Wild Honey Inn is only matched by the friendliness of the owners and staff. We stayed for three nights and each evening the menu provided a selection of surprises that tap local produce to deliver Michelin standard food. A great wine list and a beautifully adorned room made the visit a real treat. Yes it is in absolute terms expensive but worth it next to other options at the same price inside or outside Ireland.

Room tip: Corner rooms upstairs are spacious with a lot of natural light
Date of stay: July 2021
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Thank Joe S
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Reviewed 15 October 2020

My long awaited visit to this property was on my radar for some time.Whilst it was almost impossible to be so lucky as to get a booking over the years,ask me was I disappointed ! It is totally overpriced both in terms of the accommodation and the food.I have eaten in 1,2 and 3 starMichelin restaurants all over the world,but the jury is out on this one.The chef/owner is producing food that in my humble opinion is not 1 star.although according to Michelin it is ! The setting is a gastro pub environment.It would be more acceptable if the menu was of a gastro pub style (particularily matching the surroundings) and a recognition accordingly.To me the food was not prepared with the skill and talent that was expected of a restaurant of it's calibre.No snacks to begin with, no pre starter,no pre dessert, no petit fours !!
The charge of 180 euro for a double room,bed and breakfast is totally outragous.At best it is a mediocre guest house and should be charging 100 /120 euro.Dinner is priced at 80 euro per person and this is an acceptable price if your were getting 1 star Michelin food.In total 340 euro for two,a tad expensive for what was all in all a very disappointing experience.I doubt i'll be back.

Room tip: Some rooms are tiny in size
Date of stay: September 2020
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2  Thank jumatt2016
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Reviewed 22 September 2020 via mobile

Food very nice but overpriced and not Michelin star standard. Three course meal with three choices and had to pay extra for coffee. Accommodation very nice but overpriced. Had a voucher but could only be used in conjunction with overnight stay. Not acceptable

Date of stay: September 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank Pat F
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Reviewed 14 September 2020

Hotel really lovely
Staff really lovely
Food poor and not close to Michelin standard.
I could see the idea and the potential but the chef cant put out at this level.
All our food was at best lukewarm even the breakfast next morning.
Pity as it was all quiet tasty.
I couldn't eat the steak - Rib Eye - its a fatty cut which means the fat needs to be cooked
takes a good chef to do and know this. I actually couldn't cut through it.
11.50 euro for 2 bottle of still water - Really nice water.
Desserts lovely
Tea/Coffee not included in the 80 Euro menu tag
No pre-starter, no petit fours

Date of stay: September 2020
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2  Thank 955brendanb
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