Wild Atlantic Way

by John McKenna | 05 March 2020
Category: Irish Travel
A guide to the best places to enjoy the local Irish cuisine and where to rest for the night along the famous Wild Atlantic Way. Elemental, enchanting and inspiring, the Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland's first long distance touring route, stretching the length of the West Coast of the Emerald Isle. This unique guide makes sure that at every stage and stop of the way, you will find the most creative chefs, the best hotels, the cosiest pubs, the best local foods and the most acclaimed destinations. Researched and written by acclaimed food writers, John and Sally McKenna. Fully updated for 2020 and now includes guidelines to prices for meals and accommodation.
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A guide to the best places to enjoy the local Irish cuisine and where to rest for the night along the famous Wild Atlantic Way. Elemental, enchanting and inspiring, the Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland's first long distance touring route, stretching the length of the West Coast of the Emerald Isle. This unique guide makes sure that at every stage and stop of the way, you will find the most creative chefs, the best hotels, the cosiest pubs, the best local foods and the most acclaimed destinations. Researched and written by acclaimed food writers, John and Sally McKenna. Fully updated for 2020 and now includes guidelines to prices for meals and accommodation.
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In stock online
Delivery in 3 - 5 working days
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42 Reward Points

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€14.00
In stock online
Delivery in 3 - 5 working days
Eligible for free delivery
Quantity:
42 Reward Points

Any purchases for more than €10 are eligible for free delivery anywhere in the UK or Ireland!

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