OUTDOOR DINING: Club officials President Marguerita Mulcahy, Captain Harry O’Neill and Lady Captain Anne Looney pictured at the outdoor dining space at the Truffle Honey Restaurant.
Staff at the Truffle Honey Restaurant at Killarney Golf & Fishing Club have been busy behind the scenes preparing to launch their new outdoor dining service
The good news is it’ll open to the public from tomorrow (Monday) and will be open seven days a week.
The 128-year old golf club has an extensive outdoor terrace with stunning views of Lough Leane and the McGillycuddy Reeks and a front terrace which overlooks the 18th green of Killeen, its famous Irish Open golf course. Diners will be able to enjoy the wonderful natural scenery as well as immerse themselves in the fun atmosphere created by so many golfers’ who are immensely enjoying their sport again after the lockdown.
“We are excited to welcome back the Club’s members and visitors to our outdoor dining experience,”
Chef, Mike Hayes, who heads up the Truffle Honey Restaurant team, said.
“In preparation for reopening, we have been hard at work making updates to the outdoor terraces to ensure diners will have an enjoyable, comfortable and safe outdoor dining experience with us.”
The golf club is a COVID-19 Safety Charter Approved Venue and the Director of Golf, Graham Spring, said that they continue to work towards ensuring that members and visitors to the golf club can enjoy the beautiful golf club and its courses with confidence, and that their health and safety is a priority.
“The return of outdoor dining marks a first step towards normalcy for our season in relation to the food and beverage offering here at Killarney Golf & Fishing Club,” he said.
“Our members are excited for the return of outdoor dining and also eagerly await the eventual return of indoor dining again but it’s one step at a time. We wish the Truffle Honey Restaurant team the very best with the launch of their outdoor dining experience.”
The restaurant’s full menu will be available and table service only will be in operation.
For bookings phone 064 663 1034 (Ext 5), walk-ins welcome (subject to availability).
Green light for teen accommodation
By Michelle Crean Plans for sheltered accommodation to house homeless teenagers in foster care have been given the go ahead. An Bord Pleanala has approved a three-storey building in Flemings Lane just off High Street, which will have eight bedrooms, two one bedroom apartments and one two bedroom apartment. The teens living within the premises […]
By Michelle Crean
Plans for sheltered accommodation to house homeless teenagers in foster care have been given the go ahead.
An Bord Pleanala has approved a three-storey building in Flemings Lane just off High Street, which will have eight bedrooms, two one bedroom apartments and one two bedroom apartment.
The teens living within the premises will be supervised by applicant Eileen O’Brien who will live on the ground floor of the premises.
The two one-bed apartments on the second floor would either be rented out or used for independent living for the teenagers as they reach adulthood.
The two-bed apartment will be on the third floor. There are also plans for balconies at second and third floor levels.
The proposed apartment building is contemporary in design with a mix of stone and render finish on the lower floors and synthetic burned timber finish on the upper floors. The second floor is recessed at the front and the third floor is recessed at the front and the rear with a decorative feature on the front elevation comprising dark grey timber steel poles. The building will also have a flat roof.
Planning permission was granted subject to 14 conditions including a two-metre high boundary wall to be constructed on south, south-western boundaries of the site and there’s to be no overnight commercial guest accommodation.
Fans return to Fitzgerald Stadium after eight months
By Sean Moriarty Officials from Fitzgerald Stadium remain hopeful that crowd capacity at the venue can be increased to 500 spectators in time for the Munster final on July 25 – subject to both national health guidelines and Kerry qualifying for the game. Last Saturday evening’s National League semi-final between Kerry and Tyrone was the […]
By Sean Moriarty
Officials from Fitzgerald Stadium remain hopeful that crowd capacity at the venue can be increased to 500 spectators in time for the Munster final on July 25 – subject to both national health guidelines and Kerry qualifying for the game.
Last Saturday evening’s National League semi-final between Kerry and Tyrone was the first game at the stadium since the 2020 Kerry Petroleum Intermediate Club Football Championship Quarter-Final when Glenbeigh-Glencar played Beaufort on October 4 last year.
Due to current restrictions only 200 fans were allowed attend Saturday’s big match. That will remain in place for Kerry’s opening Munster Championship tie with Clare on June 26.
“It had been more than eight months since Fitzgerald Stadium welcomed back fans to the venue,” stadium PRO Tatyana McGough told the Killarney Advertiser. “Everything went exceptionally well.”
She is hopeful that more restrictions will be eased on July 5, paving the way for an increase in capacity to 500 fans in time for the July 25 Munster Final.
“It is likely that from July 5 up to 500 spectators may be permitted to attend games. We hope this number will increase for the Munster Final. If it is a Cork versus Kerry Munster Final the game will be fixed for Sunday July 25 at 4pm in the Fitzgerald Stadium. The stadium’s staff are very confident in being able to host any number of fans that may be allowed.”
Garda appeal to park legally at beaches and public amenities
An Garda Siochana is appealing to the public to park legally in designated car parks and spaces when visiting beaches, beauty spots and other public amenities.
The good weather has seen an increase in dangerous illegal parking at these locations across the country in recent weeks. An Garda Siochana wants people to enjoy the summer but do so safely.
Parking illegally can lead to unnecessary risk and dangers such as pedestrians being forced to walk along dangerous roads. It can also prevent emergency services from gaining access to these amenities a seaside locations which could lead to the loss of life.
“We encourage the public to plan their journeys and think safety first when parking your vehicle,” the Gardai said in a statement.
“The outcome of parking illegally could be far more serious than a FCPN or vehicle towing and puts others and your own life at risk.
An Garda Siochana reminds and encourages the public to social distance and follow public health guidelines when attending these locations this Summer.
An Garda Siochana is also supporting National Water Safety Awareness Week (June 14th – 20th). Information on this campaign and general water safety can be found on Water Safety Irelands Website – www.watersafety.ie/national-water-safety-awareness-week/
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