Morning coffee, light lunches and afternoon tea are all served in the Manor House and can be enjoyed in a variety of reception rooms, each with its own particular character:

The Morning Room

As its name suggests, The Morning Room is a beautiful place to enjoy a cup of coffee with a book or a newspaper, as it catches the easterly morning light. This is just one of several areas within the main Manor House where beverages, snacks and light meals are served and enjoyed. It’s worth taking a moment or two to look at the paintings, antiques and china. Some pieces have been in the house for generations, others bought at auctions in Ireland, England, Spain and Italy.

The Majors Bar

The residents’ bar at the Manor House is called the Major's Bar, and is named after Major Dermot McCalmont, husband of Lady Helen – after whom the restaurant is named. This is an ideal spot to spend a restful hour or two, reading the newspaper or browsing through a magazine, enjoying morning coffee. The Major's Bar provides the perfect setting for an after dinner ‘night-cap’.

Afternoon Tea at the Manor House

Afternoon Tea at the Manor House is an experience to be savoured. Our Afternoon Tea is available from 1pm to 5pm, pre-booking is advisable. Afternoon Tea is priced at €30 per person and includes scones, macarons, cake, signature beverages and finger sandwiches.

View sample Afternoon Tea menu

Please call 056 777 3000 to book.

Childrens Afternoon Tea


Children's Afternoon Tea is a charminly enjoyable way for children to enjoy this much loved tradition. In the gorgeous setting of the Manor House, surrounded by fine paintings, antiques and china, some of which has been in the house for generations, Mount Juliet Estate Children’s Afternoon Tea gives the little ones a mini-version of the grown-ups’ experience. Children's Afternoon Tea is a selection of sandwiches that include toasted brioche & Nutella, ham & cheese finger sandwiches and a cream cheese bagel, the sweet treats are rocky road, chocolate marshamallows, cupcakes, biscuits and a mini knickerbocker glory with a vanilla milkshake. 

Children’s Afternoon Tea at €15 per child available in the Manor House daily from 1pm to 5pm, with pre-booking essential.


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