Cloughjordan House, for those of you that don't know, is set in a small rural village in Co. Tipperary, called Cloughjordan. With a population of around 500, Cloughjordan has much more to it than meets the eye.Read More
Anybody who has been a guest here in Cloughjordan House knows that we are constantly developing and looking to improve our offering. So it will come as no surprise that when we got a small break in our busy wedding calendar that we decided to do some revamping, remodeling and redesigning…Read More
The chef’s and I recently made our annual trip to London to basically eat our way around the capital and drawn on inspiration for our own menu here at Cloughjordan House.Read More
We had some truly amazing weddings here this year. Our couples joined us from every corner of the world...Read More
More good news for our little Cookery School here at CJH! We are thrilled to be listed alongside some of the country's top chef's and cookery schools in Thetaste.ie - 18 of the Best Cookery Schools in Ireland!!Read More
At this time of year, it’s a good idea to start planting for spring colour. Bulbs such as daffodils, tulips and crocuses will provide early colour for your garden.Read More
Last night Sarah donned her glad rags and headed up to Dublin to attend the Irish Food Awards 2017. We had been nominated in the category for Best Cookery School 2017 which we are over the moon to say we WON!!!
After the recent spell of bad weather, it’s important to look after your fruit trees and bushes. Whilst the winter pruning should be left until December or January when the trees are fully dormant, any heavily damaged branches should be removed immediately.Read More