From Michelin-starred opulence in the Lady Helen dining room to low-key luxury indulgences at The Hound restaurant… Mount Juliet Estate offers up a veritable cornucopia of dining options. Whether you’re looking to celebrate a special occasion that will live long in the memory, unwind after a hard-fought victory out on the golf course, or simply enjoy a wide-ranging choice of premium breakfast choices… Expect classic dishes executed with a creative flourish alongside entirely unexpected flavors for the more adventurous diner. It all comes together in a way that could only be of Mount Juliet Estate, delivered with the most pristine service.
An ode to the splendid taste of a former lady of the house. A cosy retreat adorned with otherwise unseen equestrian memorabilia. Wherever you wind up taking a seat, you will be immersed in the numerous unique elements of the estate’s past – brought tantalisingly into the present.
BARS AT MOUNT JULIET ESTATE
The Major’s Bar takes its name from Major-General Sir Hugh McCalmont and Major Dermot McCalmont, and their time as custodians of the estate is lovingly preserved here: in the grandeur of the furnishings; the glories of the racing memorabilia; the marvels of the views; the quality of the drinks.
The Saddle Bar at Hunter’s Yard offers up more contemporary surroundings without ever sacrificing the sense of being immersed in history. As its name suggests, it takes its cues from Mount Juliet Estate’s rich equestrian history, and is the perfect place to lose yourself after a long day,
Afternoon tea at Mount Juliet Estate
Afternoon Tea on the estate: something so sumptuous, it deserves to be savoured in the most fitting of surroundings. We aim to offer exactly that at The Major’s Bar and – if weather permits – the tranquil surrounds of the Manor House gardens. In each picturesque setting, we serve up a delicately delicious menu of finger sandwiches, homemade scones, jams, macarons, cakes and signature beverages between 1pm and 5pm every day.
Clubhouse At Mount Juliet Estate
After a round of golf on one of Ireland’s finest parkland courses, we can’t think of anything better than to unwind at the clubhouse bar named after course designer Mr. Nicklaus. This is Jack’s Bar: the perfect venue for sinking down into a deep-set leather chair and letting the television sport and eminently-sippable drinks wash over you.
If you’re craving something a little more substantial, Jack’s Bar also offers a varied menu from Executive Chef Ken Harker that takes traditional fare to new, luxurious levels. From fish and chips to sirloin steak sandwiches, we recommend a trip to the Clubhouse shop for sporting clothing before you indulge.