Georgina Campbell Awards: 2015 winners

Who won what in food writer’s annual accolades

Georgina Campbell (fifth from left) with some of the winners gathered for the announcement of the Georgina Campbell Awards 2015 in Dublin this morning. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

Award for services to Irish food and hospitality: Bill and Isabelle Kelly, Kelly's Hotel, Rosslare, Co Wexford

Hotel of the Year: Beech Hill House Hotel, Derry

Restaurant of the Year: Kai Café & Restaurant Galway

Chef of the Year: Derek Creagh, Harry's Restaurant, Bridgend, Co Donegal


Just Ask Restaurant of the Year (for food provenance): No. 5 Fenn's Quay Restaurant, Cork

Seafood Restaurant of the Year: Mitchell's Restaurant, Clifden, Co Galway

Seafood Chef of the Year: Frankie Mallon, An Port Mór Restaurant, Westport, Co Mayo

Outstanding Guest Experience: Blairscove House & Restaurant, Durrus, Co Cork

Host of the Year: Síle Gorman, Gormans Clifftop House, Dingle, Co Kerry

Business Hotel of the Year: Herbert Park Hotel, Ballsbridge, Dublin

Wine Award of the Year: L'Atitude 51 Wine Café, Cork

Pub of the Year: The Long Dock, Carrigaholt, Co Clare

Newcomer of the Year: Harry's Shack, Portstewart, Co Derry

Family Friendly Restaurant of the Year: L'Officina, Kildare Village, Co Kildare

Pet Friendly Hotel of the Year: Gregans Castle Hotel, Ballyvaughan, Co Clare

Hideaway of the Year: Red Cliff Lodge, Spanish Point, Co Clare

Casual Dining Restaurant of the Year: Allo's Bar & Bistro, Listowel, Co Kerry

Atmospheric Restaurant of the Year: Brabazon Restaurant, Tankardstown House, Slane, Co Meath

Ethnic Restaurant of the Year: Asian Tea House Restaurant, Galway

Cafe of the Year: Garden Tea Room, Perryville House, Kinsale, Co Cork

Natural Food Award: Firehouse Bakery & Bread School,

Delgany, Co Wicklow and Heir Island, Co Cork

Country House of the Year: Tankardstown House, Slane, Co Meath

Guesthouse of the Year: Blindgate House, Kinsale, Co Cork

B&B of the Year: St John's House, Lecarrow, Co Roscommon

Farmhouse of the Year: Lough Owel Lodge, Mullingar, Co Westmeath

Alison Healy

Alison Healy

Alison Healy is a contributor to The Irish Times