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A West Cork Jaunt

West Cork I had a long but enjoyable day today in West Cork, visiting customers and chasing down a few leads. It’s really a remarkably beautiful part of the country. My first port of call was Barleycove Beach Hotel in Goleen. Under new ownership, it looks like it will be a tasty port of call for anyone travelling the area, with a chef trained in a Michelin starred restaurant and a real commitment to fresh, local ingredients. I can tell you the ice cream ain’t bad, either ;-) . Below is a little video of Martin, the owner, and the blue flag beach.

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I ended up in Kinsale, visiting the new Blue Haven Gourmet Store, that stocks our ice cream.

I also met with someone about a scooping cabinet. So, there’s a possibility there will be Murphys ice cream cones to be had by this summer in Kinsale!

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One Response to “A West Cork Jaunt”

  1. April 29th, 2009 at 9:16 am

    Siobhan says:

    Aw I love Barleycove Beach, it’s so beautiful with the white sand! AND I was in Kinsale this weekend, and called into the Blue Haven Gourmet store on Sunday!! :) We were commenting on how they stocked Murphy’s Ice Cream! Would be great if we could get cones there in the summer.. mmmm.. :)

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Murphys Ice Cream has shops in Dingle, Killarney and Dublin 2 (Wicklow Street).