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Sybil Mulcahy to judge Most Stylish Lady at Fairyhouse

Wednesday, 2nd July, 2014 12:58pm
Sybil Mulcahy to judge Most Stylish Lady at Fairyhouse

Sybil Mulcahy of TV3.

Sybil Mulcahy to judge Most Stylish Lady at Fairyhouse

Sybil Mulcahy of TV3.

Lyrath Estate Hotel and Spa, a luxurious five-star retreat set in 170 acres of mature parkland just outside Kilkenny,  sponsors the Lyrath Estate Hotel and Spa Summer Ladies Day at Fairyhouse on Sunday 13th July. TV3 presenter Sybil Mulcahy is confirmed as the celebrity judge.

Judge Sybil Mulcahy will be looking for the most stylish lady at the County Meath racecourse which features the Belgrave Stakes race where Ireland's racing elite and most stylish ladies will don their most colourful summer looks in an effort to win this prestigious event and enjoy a getaway to the penthouse suite at Lyrath Estate Hotel and Spa.

Lyrath Estate Hotel and Spa will be adding to the style and glamour of the day by hosting the Most Stylish Lady at the ground floor of the Jameson Stand, where ladies hoping to vie for the title can register from 12 noon on the 13th July. Alternatively, visit www.fairyhouse.ie to register in advance.

The Prize
The lucky winner of the Lyrath Estate Hotel & Spa Most Stylish Lady event will win a luxury stay at Lyrath Estate Hotel & Spa including a weekend break for two in the hotel’s stunning penthouse suite including two nights accommodation, breakfast each morning, dinner on one evening and a spa treatment each in the award-winning Oasis Spa.

Second and third place will win an overnight stay for two people including dinner at Lyrath Estate Hotel & Spa with those placing from fourth the tenth place winning a spa treatment each for Oasis Spa at Lyrath Estate Hotel & Spa.

For further details on Lyrath Estate Hotel & Spa, visit www.lyrath.com or call +353 56 7760088

All race day information and hospitality details can be found on www.fairyhouse.ie or call +353 1 8256167

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