October 23, 2015
It’s scary season here at the Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa so why not jump on your broomstick and avail of our special mid-term break offer. Children go half price when sharing with Mum and Dad! Enjoy 2 nights’ accommodation in one of our Deluxe Ocean View Rooms with full Irish Buffet Breakfast each morning. On arrival mum and dad can unwind over our signature welcome drink of Irish Mist by the fire while the children can delve into our spooky treat filled witches cauldron! During your stay indulge in delicious food, walk the beach, catch up over a game of scrabble in the Lounge or discover the wonderful town of Clonakilty and all it has to offer, just 5 minutes' drive away.
No tricks just treats await all our guests this Halloween at the Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa. We have an abundance of activities to keep all family members entertained throughout the mid-term break. Each Evening our Netflix Room will host ‘scary movies’ and our Chef will be on hand to teach your little ones some spooky cooking tricks on one afternoon of your stay. While the young ones are being entertained during “cooking with Chef” why not have some “me” time and sit back and relax with Afternoon Tea in the Residents Lounge, treat yourself to a treatment in our award wining Island Spa or simply enjoy a rejuvenating swim in our heated seawater therapy pool.
There is something for everyone this Halloween at Inchydoney so put on your scariest costume and let us give you a mid-term break to remember. For more details visit www.inchydoneyisland.com or call us now on 023 8833143 and any of our Team will be only too happy to look after you. And to get things off to a spooky start why not get the little ones to try this Halloween recipe. Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble…..Enjoy!
Melt the chocolate in the microwave for about 30 seconds or alternatively in a bowl over a pan of simmering water. Mix well until smooth and shiny. Spread some over each biscuit then set them aside to set, about 10 minutes or so. Mix the icing sugar with a few squeezes of lemon juice to make an icing paste. Spoon into a pastry bag with a fine nozzle. Starting at the centre, draw 3 circles, each one bigger than the other. Use a fine knife or skewer to drag or distort the circles from the centre outwards in order to look like a web. Set aside to harden before serving.
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