This 400-year-old Manor House boasts one of the oldest walled gardens in the country, which lay idle and overgrown until the discovery of a cookbook from a previous owner inspired its restoration. Today, the walled garden supplies the kitchen with homegrown fresh vegetables, fruit and herbs, just as it would have hundreds of years ago. The Beech Hill team lovingly pair these seasonal ingredients, right from their doorstep, with the finest local meat, fish and game. You can taste them for yourself at the hotel’s Ardmore Restaurant and Sixteen22 Gastro Pub, or enjoy the refined splendour of Lady Isabella’s afternoon tea (named after the original lady of the house). And don’t miss the 32 acres of beautiful woodlands, ideal for a post-meal stroll.
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Just moments from St Columb’s Cathedral and St Augustine’s (‘the wee church on the walls’), and tucked among ind...