For a perfect respite before or after shopping, join us for an à la carte lunch, a set 2/3 course pre-theatre menu or à la carte dinner. Sunday lunch and a Six Course Tasting menu have more recently been introduced with optional wine pairings. Lunch, for example, offers six equally tempting dishes on each course with starters from under £5 and mains including a daily special at just £8.50; classics like Brown’s fish stew with tomato and fennel broth, Cetrone olive oil and grilled bread earn their popularity.
Chapter One Restaurant is located in the heart of Dublin on the northside of Parnell Square. As a Georgian basement, and former home of John Jameson, it retains authentic granite walls and sash windows but has been carefully and stylishly renovated to introduce a wonderfully sumptuous and comfortable restaurant.
Hayfield Manor Hotel is tucked away in a leafy corner of mature private gardens only 1 mile from Cork city centre. Family owned and managed, Hayfield Manor is the ideal retreat to experience Cork's great art galleries, opera and historic university.
Killarney Royal is a luxury four star boutique hotel, centrally located in the heart of the bustling & charming town centre of Killarney. Killarney Royal is optimally located close to Killarney train station and just a short walk from Killarney bus station, allowing you to travel to Killarney Royal with the greatest of ease. The busy shopping streets and tourist attractions are all on the doorstep of Killarney Royal, making it the perfect location to stay when visiting Ireland’s top tourist destination.
L'Ecrivain Restaurant, 109a Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2, in the heart of Georgian Dublin. This modern, contemporary restaurant is run by Chef, Derry Clarke and his wife, Sallyanne, has been established since July 1989.
The Merrion, Dublin's most stylish 5 star hotel is situated opposite Government Buildings in the city centre. Created from four Georgian Townhouses and a contemporary Garden Wing, the 143 bedrooms and suites are arranged around two 18th century style gardens.
No. 1 Pery Square faces the city’s favourite park, a 10-acre Victorian park laid out in classical style, complete with fountains, bandstands and playgrounds, which has scores of mature trees inside its old-world park railings. Those trees, and the bells from surrounding churches, are the soundtrack to any stay in No. 1 Pery Square as, despite being just two blocks from O’Connell Street, the city’s main thoroughfare, this section of the Georgian Quarter is quiet and peaceful in the mornings and evenings. The setting feels more like that of a country house – in fact it feels almost pastoral.
Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud is Ireland's top restaurant, holder of two Michelin stars as well as virtually all the top national and international awards. It is situated in an 18th century Georgian Townhouse adjoining the Merrion Hotel.