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The luxury four-star Hotel Meyrick has announced the appointment of local chef Ultan Cooke to the role of head chef.
The luxury four-star Hotel Meyrick has announced the appointment of Ultan Cooke to the role of head chef. With a background of Michellin star dining and high end brasserie, Ultan Cooke hails from Galway and studied at the National University of Ireland, Galway. He started his culinary training in Galway. He later moved to London where he worked for John Torode's Smiths of Smithfield, rising to head chef. He worked at Aniar in the period 2013-2015 where he was awarded a Michelin star.
Paula Gannon from Athlone was the winner of the coveted title of Hotel Meyrick Galway’s Most Stylish Lady Competition.
Hotel Meyrick's Most Stylish evening has announced top stylist Courtney Smith as its guest judge with €3000 worth of prizes during Galway Race Week 2019.
The four star Hotel Meyrick in the heart of Galway city has a range of excellent short breaks and packages on offer, designed for those in need of a breakaway this Spring.
The Four star Hotel Meyrick, in the heart of Galway City, boasts an unrivalled city centre location overlooking Eyre Square. The perfect location from which to explore all that Galway city has to offer this winter- alive with Atmosphere and the beauty of the Wild Atlantic Way
Hotel Meyrick has long been recognised as the home of the perfect afternoon tea in Galway city. As the winter months arrive, treat yourself to the ultimate indulgence and a little time out from the real world. Sink into one of the parlour lounge’s relaxing chairs and enjoy Hotel Meyrick’s afternoon tea, served daily from 1pm to 6pm.
The four star Hotel Meyrick, in the heart of Galway city, boasts an unrivalled city centre location overlooking Eyre Square. The perfect location from which to explore all that Galway city has to offer, alive with atmosphere and the beauty of the Wild Atlantic Way.
The Meyrick has long had a special place in the hearts of the people of Galway. Known as the Railway Hotel when it opened in 1852, and later as the Great Southern Hotel, this stately showpiece looms large over Eyre Square. In 2006 it was renamed the Hotel Meyrick in order to maintain a link to its historical background, as Eyre Square was once named Meyrick Square. The hotel then underwent a refurbishment programme intended to reinstate the grandeur and elegance of its 19th century heyday, marble flooring, high ceilings, chandeliers and rich fabrics all contribute to re-creating the grandeur of old.
Soak up the atmosphere of summer in Galway at the Gaslight Bar & Brasserie at Hotel Meyrick. One of Galway’s most sought after venues open seven days a week, the Gaslight is situated in the heart of the city with sweeping views over Eyre Square.