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EAT OUT


Seaside delight


W


ake up in Dunmore East... to the sound of rolling


waves at the Strand Inn. If the walls of this beach house hotel could talk, they'd tell a tale or two, because after over 300 years, they've seen it all.


Now a sixteen bedroom boutique hotel with its enviable setting on the beach in Dunmore East, the Strand Inn’s sea-facing restaurant overlooking Hook Head makes the most of its natural larder, rustling up local mussels, lobster caught by Paddy outside the front door, amazing crab sarnies and seriously good steaks.


Or why not try the cosy pub with its roaring fi re for a pint of Guinness and a dozen oysters?


Its chic costal vibe doesn't stop this family run hotel being a splendid hotel for


everyone, with large bedrooms, relaxed staff and safe swimming right on the door step.


There is a kids playroom with x-box and hotel guests have the use of free bikes to explore the surrounding area. There are two lovely walks right on the door step and a golf course within a stones throw, so that's your weekend sorted.


There are even kennels for your dogs so no one has to stay at home!


You'd be mad to stay anywhere else... RESTAURANT DIRECTORY


LA BOHEME RESTAURANT 2 George's Street, Waterford Tel: 051 875 645 www.labohemerestaurant.ie


THE COPPER HEN Fenor, Co Waterford Tel: 051 330300 www.thecopperhen.ie


THE ESQUIRE BAR & RESTAURANT Cross Market Street, Tramore Tel: 051 381324 RAGLIN ROAD Tel: 051 386237


THE STRAND INN HOTEL Dunmore East, Co. Waterford. Tel: 051 383 174 www.thestrandinn.com


THE BANYAN RESTAURANT Brach Road, Tramore Tel: 051 330707


MCALPINS COTTAGE BISTRO Cheekpoint, Waterford Tel: 051 380854 www.cottagebistro.com


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The restaurant is open seven days a week from 6.30pm to 10pm and bar food is served every day from 12.30pm to 9pm.


The Strand Inn Dunmore East, Co. Waterford Tel: +353 51 383174 Email: thestrandinn@mail.com www.thestrandinn.com


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