Jellycat’s Irish Adventure

A girl named Kate Hogan accidentally left her stuffed bun named Jellycat behind at the the Adare Manor Hotel in Adare, Ireland this past weekend. Kate and JC were reunited, but not before the hotel staff treated JC to some Five Star * * * * * Service, fit for a Stuffie!

[*Note: Jellycat is also the brand name- buy your own Bun just like hers here. -Ed.]







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  1. exploding cuteness sweet rainbows unicorns fluffy bunnies and kittens puppies love love love

  2. I adore stories like these. They’re so funny and warm and lovable. Welcome home, Jellycat.

  3. How did they roll up the bathrobe to make it so teeny?! That and the massage about kilt me!!

  4. grytlappar says:

    This is the cutest thing ever. I laffed! And how cute is that little girl?
    That hotel seems like a fun place wo work! How nice are they?!

  5. Mingles' Mommy says:

    LOVE IT – both clever and classy! Nicely done!

  6. Precious! I love it.

  7. I just want to know where they got that wee bathrobe!!!

  8. Kimberly O. says:

    How sweet! I love it when adults (businesses, etc.) go out of their way to make an adventure out of a lost stuffed animal. I think I’m going to have to have a bunny come live with me. 🙂 I also would like to find out where they found the tiny robe!!

  9. It’s a five-star luxury hotel, so maybe they have wee bathrobes for kids? My favorite is the cucumbers on the eyes. I love when folks create sweet adventures for misplaced stuffies.

  10. hilz and simulflow, I think that’s the average size of a hotel bathrobe now, to discourage people from stealing them. 😉
    I agree that it was very nice of the hotel staff to give Jellycat an adventure. I hope they enjoyed doing it!

  11. that is absolutely darling

  12. How cute is that?! I would make a hotel brochure out of those photos.

  13. That hotel will get some great free publicity for this, and why shouldn’t they? A fab thing to do – it made a little girl very happy, likewise the rest of the interwebs. Good on them!

  14. If the folks there are that nice it must be a cool fun place to stay. Hope they get lots of new business!

  15. I vacationed in the UK/Ireland for a month when I was 15 and one of the fondest things I still remember is the everpresent and gigantic dessert carts like the one shown.

  16. Bun lives better than I do.