Dining

We have two different but equally lovely restaurants: Fire & Salt Restaurant and The Coach House Brasserie. We also have a number of private dining rooms decorated in a manner befitting their location – perfect for a special occasion.
Afternoon Tea is also available in our spacious, airy Atrium.

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Fire & Salt Restaurant

Fire & Salt is relaxed, fine-dining in a sophisticated, contemporary space.

Our menu has tender meat, fish, dairy, vegetarian and vegan dishes for all tastes and appetites.  Signature dishes include hand-picked beef, dry-aged for up to 36 days in Himalayan sea-salt – our name derives from the fire which seals and caramelises the steak and the salt which seasons it.

Every dish is thoughtfully designed and matched with tempting sauces, crisp fresh vegetables and various potato sides.

Topping off a memorable meal, our desserts are skilfully constructed and beautifully decorated by our very talented pastry chef.  They are almost too good to eat… but only if you have the willpower to resist.

Finally, our wine list is both varied and accessible.  We have classic favourites mixed in with a few premium wines and one or two unusual finds for the buffs amongst us.

Opening Hours

Fri to Sat / 6:30 to 10pm

Sunday / 1.00 to 4:30pm

*Due to the recent Government Guidelines Fire & Salt is closed until further notice

The Coach House Brasserie

Instantly feel at home in the Coach House Brasserie with its booth-seating and roaring fire in Kitty’s Corner.  Upstairs, The Loft offers a more refined brasserie-style experience, and when the sun shines, a new, spacious, outdoor terrace to the front of The Coach House seats nearly 50 people in airy, heated comfort.

The menu at The Coach House includes both casual, modern dishes and traditional, hearty crowdpleasers.

Pair your meal with a drink from the full bar menu, a signature cocktail or select from a wine list designed to match and enhance the menu.

Opening Hours

12 to 9:30pm Daily

*Due to the recent Government Guidelines The Coach House Brasserie is closed until further notice

Afternoon Tea in The Atrium

What better pastime than people-watching in a hotel lobby?  Relax in soft velvet wing-back chairs, amidst bespoke carpet and original Irish art, bathed in light from the double height windows and glass ceiling.

The Atrium is a place of spacious comfort. It’s a place to talk business, read, savour Afternoon Tea or enjoy a cocktail… all in peaceful contentment.

Our pastry chef likes to vary our Afternoon Tea menus throughout the year, changing them with the season and for special occasions such as Easter or Christmas.  December sees snowflake-shaped shortbread, chocolate yule logs, mini Christmas puds, and chocolate mousses dressed as Christmas trees.  Easter brings Easter Bonnet-shaped fairy cakes and bunny-shaped cookies.  Our limited edition Fairy Afternoon Tea is also a huge hit with little people who go fairy-hunting afterwards along our forest Fairy Trail.

No matter the season, you will find three tiers of indulgence at your table – one with delicate finger or open sandwiches, one with freshly baked scones, butter, jam and cream and the last with pastries, petits fours and mignardises.   All dietary requirements can be catered to if requested in advance.

Afternoon tea is accompanied by a choice of JJ Darboven teas or fresh coffee, plus there’s always the option of a little glass of bubbles to treat yourself or mark a special occasion.

Afternoon Tea is €30 per person.

Opening Hours

12.30 – 4.30pm Daily

*Due to the recent Government Guidelines we are closed until further notice

Private Dining

Sometimes a special celebration demands that little something extra. Our manor private dining rooms give that extra sense of occasion, or a little privacy if needed.

We have a number to choose from, all designed in keeping with the Georgian heyday and history of The Manor.

The Burgundy is a dramatic double-height room with a minstrel’s gallery, open fireplace and double height windows.

The Willow reflects a more traditional dining room, with a Willow Pattern décor and fringed drapes with deep pelmets.

The Rose is named after Rose Prendergast who was the last Lady of the House before it was converted into the hotel it is now.  Mrs Prendergast lived there for over 50 years and particularly loved this cosy room for breakfasting.

Each provides an opportunity to tailor a dining option around your specific needs.