Just 3 Girls

We're just 3 girls who love our afternoon teas: a young mum, an entrepreneur and a little lady. We plan on reviewing all the hotels and restaurants around Dublin and Wicklow and who knows where else.

Afternoon Tea Reviews

Afternoon Tea Reviews (20)

Sabor Brazil is a unique fine dining Brazilian Restaurant in Dublin City, located on Camden Street, and is decorated in a Baroque style found in Minas Gerais State. It gives a culinary insight into the different regions of Brazil.

The layout of the Restaurant is intimate, relaxed and is focused on couples. The menu also caters for Vegetarians upon request.

(words taken from website www.saborbrazil.ie/)

Doreen ‘Go-go’ Kirwan founded Beaufield Mews in 1948 after her husband, Valentine, asked her to furnish Beaufield House. The Coachhouse & stables attached to the house became her storage rooms, filled to the brim with large mahogany tables, vintage crockery, oriental vases and anything else that took her fancy.

With more items that she could possibly house, she opened up the Coachhouse to prospective ladies looking for beautiful items to adorn their homes. Go-go’s two daughters would accompany her and sell scones & tea for some pocket money … and the foundations of Beaufield Mews restaurant were laid.

(words taken from website www.beaufieldmews.com)

Talbot Hotel Stillorgan is one of Dublin’s premier 4 star Failte Ireland and Automobile Association (AA) rated hotels. In 2010, 2011 & 2012 Talbot Hotel Stillorgan was awarded the Optimus Service Excellence Award from Failte Ireland. We enjoy the perfect location on the N11 and close to the M50 with a 10 minute direct route to Dublin City Centre, Grafton Street and St. Stephens Green

(words taken from website www.talbothotelstillorgan.com)

The Royal Hotel Bray is located in the heart of Bray town, Just off the M50 on the M11 Wicklow/Wexford bypass. The Royal Hotel Bray, Co Wicklow is located 21km from Dublin City Centre and 45km from Dublin International Airport.

The hotel is surrounded by wonderful mountain walks, historic houses, gardens and famous golf courses. Co Wicklow is filled with breathtaking scenery, from the seafront to the mountains.(words taken from website www.royalhotel.ie)

On the first floor of the Clubhouse, the Bar and Restaurant are situated. Here you can waste an hour or so enjoying a meal or drink while taking in the breathtaking views over the golf course. You look out across well manicured fairways to a tree line behind which is nestled the outskirts of Dublin City.(words taken from website www.lucangolfclub.ie)

An ideal venue for afternoon coffee or cocktails, the Orangerie Bar & Ballroom Lounge provides a serene view of the estate gardens. The accompanying Ballroom Lounge serves as the hotel’s centrepiece. Its stunning fireplace of Italian marble, glass chandelier and minstrel's gallery are historical preservations. A popular gathering place for get-togethers and informal meetings, the lounge offers a sophisticated venue for afternoon tea and carries the Davidoff coffee line.(words taken from website www.radissonblu.com)

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