Welcome to The Carriage House
at Adare Manor
Unwind in an ambiance of relaxed elegance at the magnificently renovated Carriage House. A three minute walk from the manor house and boasting arresting views of the surrounding landscape, The Carriage House has been designed as a dining destination of effortless luxury.
During the day The Carriage House is the perfect place to take a break from a busy schedule of estate activities and enjoy a spot of light lunch. In the evening it becomes a glittering meeting place where guests can linger over a remarkable meal in a warm and welcoming atmosphere and then sip a nightcap on the terrace as dusk falls over the estate.
Dress code for The Carriage House Restaurant, The Terrace and The Bar
The dress code is smart casual. Long trousers are required for gentlemen, smart jeans and trainers are permitted. We do request that all guests refrain from wearing sportswear, baseball caps and flip flops.
As an exception for those golfing with us, smart golf attire is permitted; including smart golf tops, tailored shorts to the knee, and clean golf shoes.
Children of all ages are welcome to dine in The Carriage House Restaurant and The Terrace. Children must always be accompanied and supervised by an adult when inside The Carriage House and on the surrounding grounds. For the safety and comfort of all guests, we ask that children remain seated. Last dining reservations for parties with children under the age of 8 is 6pm; children under the age of 8 are asked to depart The Carriage House before 8pm.
No children under the age of 16 are permitted in The Carriage House Bar.
In accordance with the current government guidelines we can accommodate a maximum of 6 guests per table from a maximum of 3 separate households. Guests can spend 1 hour and 45 minutes at their table and all guests are required to depart The Carriage House by 11:30pm.
Find us at the gateway to Southwest Ireland
Just 25 minutes from Shannon Airport, and perfectly placed on The Wild Atlantic Way, Adare Manor is set in the storybook village of Adare, Co. Limerick.