Welcome to Ballymaloe House

We are delighted to be open again after our annual refurbishments.

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Welcome to Ballymaloe House Hotel

Ballymaloe House is a family run Country House Hotel & restaurant on 300 acres of farmland located in beautiful East Cork countryside. Internationally recognised as the birthplace of Modern Irish Cuisine, Ballymaloe House offers you the very best of Irish hospitality & seasonal locally sourced or homegrown food.
A unique Irish Country House experience.

Please contact our reception for dinner bookings & reservations on 021 465 2531 to help you plan your visit, or should you wish to pick up a voucher.

Vouchers also available online HERE

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Dine at Ballymaloe

Our restaurant serves locally sourced & home grown food from our walled garden, farm & local suppliers. Our chefs draw up the lunch & dinner menu every day depending on what comes in from the garden & the boats at Ballycotton. Seasonal fruit & vegetables are delivered each morning from the gardens. Herbs, edible flowers, soft fruits & apples come from our walled garden as well as onions, potatoes, kale, cabbage & salad leaves & many other vegetables.

Voted Ireland's Favourite Food Experience by Independent readers & World Restaurant Award winners for the world's best Trolley of the Year for our unique dessert trolley offering & experience.

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Ballymaloe Breaks

We are delighted to offer the following unique breaks:

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About Our Food

From Farm to Fork

The Ballymaloe menu is based on the food from our own farms or producers in the locality. Local farmers supply us with poultry, ducks, geese, guinea fowl, chickens & turkeys.

We keep our own free-range hens for a guaranteed fresh supply of eggs & also have recently taken to rearing our own free-range pigs on the farm. All our lamb & beef is grass-fed, reared on neighbouring farms & slaughtered by local family butchers.

Our pork & poultry is locally produced, non-intensive, free range or organic.

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