Fact Sheet

Andrew Rudd is the celebrity chef & owner of Medley - a chain of famous Restaurants.

Andrew Rudd has traversed land and sea, he draws on his international influences to create new and exciting dishes that are unique to Ireland.

Ireland is known as emerald isles for its green rolling hills and pastures. Dublin is the capital city of Ireland, The city of Dublin is a living breathing museum. Dublin is a UNESCO city of literature, and the home of Oscar Wilde, James Joyce and many more. And of course - The Guinness - The stout, ruby red and black beer with a thick creamy head has become synonymous with Ireland since it was first brewed for production at St James’ Gate Brewery, Dublin, in 1759. Arthur Guinness signed a 9000-year lease on St James’ Gate Brewery and made it world famous Guinness ! This experience is one of a kind - combining sights and tastes of Ireland ! We show you this green Isle with Ireland born n bred celebrity Chef - Andrew Rudd - welcome to the culinary ,fun & exciting Dublin Experience !

Medley Fleet Street East

Andrew Rudd’s Medley Fleet Street East is a stunning private hire and event space in the heart of Dublin’s city centre, housed in the old Irish Times Printing press. It is a super-stylish, ultra-cool private dining space.

Highlights & Activities

Day Day 1

Pick up from Dublin Airport. Stop off at Medley, Fleet Street for afternoon tea. Collection by executive coach from Medley to Ballintubbert Gardens and House. Banquet dinner by renowned chef, Andrew Rudd and his medley team. There will be a signed copy of Andrew’s Cookbook “Entertaining with Andrew Rudd” for every guest. In-house entertainment by Red Alchemy. Overnight at Ballintubbert.

Day Day 2

Breakfast at Ballintubbert Gardens and House. Coach to Glen Barrow Trail for a guided, gentle hike through the Slieve Bloom Mountains, pausing at the Ridge of Capard for an exclusive picnic by the Medley Team. Coach the Rock of Dunamase for half hour guided tour. Return to Ballintubbert for gin and tapas evening in the tabernacle. Screening of John Hurt’s “Midnight Express”. Overnight at Ballintubbert.

Day Day 3

Breakfast. On-site activities such as croquet and archery. Coach to Ballykilcavan craft brewery. Private tour and tasting carried out by brewery owner, David Walsh-Kemmis. Long table lunch banquet at Ballykilcavan in their 18th century stone farmhouse. The restaurant will feature the very best food and drink from artisan and organic producers across County Laois. Coach to Ballintubbert for black tie evening in the Pavilion. Entertainment by Celtic Rhythm Irish Dance Group. Piano, harp and cello music by Cadence Music to follow. Overnight at Ballintubbert.

Ballintubbert Gardens and House

Ballintubbert is an enticing venue one could call it a theatrical, literary and horticultural celebration and experience in itself. Ballintubbert dates back to 1780 its a historic house with breathtaking gardens.