Thalassotherapy Explained Inchydoney Island became home to Ireland’s first Thalassotherapy Spa in 1998. Thalassotherapy is a combination of the two Greek words meaning Sea and Medical Treatment. The Island Spa combines a heated Seawater Therapy Pool and Thalassotherapy Treatments, … Continue reading
Patrick Mulcahy of Ballinwillin House
I have been farming at Ballinwillin House since 1985. I run the farm and B&B with my wife Miriam and the help of our 3 children, Sheena, John & Elayne when they are available from College and work. Ballinwillin Farm specializes in rare breeds of old Ireland, Red Deer, Wild Boar, the Irish Grazer Pig and the Iron age Pig. These pig breeds were extinct in Ireland and we have successfully re-introduced them. All the food from “Ballinwillin House Farm” is produced on the farm and processed in a licensed abattoir and is also organic. We run a Bed & Breakfast on the farm and we also have gourmet evenings supplying 8 course meals to our Guest and produce our own wine “Chateau Mulcahy”in Hungary which has 14 varieties and we often do wine tastings in our cellar for guests. Our main business is on line sales of our food products in Ireland, U.K. & Europe.
Running Ballinwillin Farm is a beautiful way of life and the job satisfaction is wonderful. We are the product and the product is us!
I hope you enjoy tasting our Wild Boar and Venison at the upcoming Taste of West Cork in Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa on Friday November 2nd.
The Taste of West Cork is taking place on Friday November 2nd where you can enjoy a 7 course tasting menu featuring the very best of West Cork Seasonal Produce and enjoy Fine Wines paired by William Tindal of Tindal Wines. Bookings on 023 88 33143
Tickets are €60 and you can also enjoy an overnight stay in a Deluxe Ocean View Room with private balcony or terrace, Full Irish Breakfast in the Gulfstream Restaurant and unlimited access to the Heated Seawater Therapy Pool, Sauna, Steam Room and Ocean View Relaxation Areas for €69.