Local Produce in an Art Deco Setting
Dine at Bellini's Restaurant
When you eat here, you can expect to find boar or venison in season from a North Cork farm. Fish and shellfish come from a Cork fishmonger who brings the best of the catch fresh from the harbours of Union Hall, Castletownbere and Youghal. Fine Hereford Beef is well aged and succulent. The layout of the menu follows current trends in listing the components of each dish in a simple way. Just enough to whet your appetite, leaving the surprise of how they are presented till the plate arrives at the table. Discover more about Bellini's Restaurant Below
Bellini's Bar & Garden Room
Cosy and intimate, the atmosphere at Bellini’s encourages conversation. So bring your best buddy for a day time treat and chew the fat over a plate of food from the daytime menu. Morning Selection includes scones, pastries and other more substantial light snacks. Moving on to lunch is when the sarnies come out, including a classic Steak Sandwich or snazzy warm Bruschetta served with Cork made mozzarella, tomato and basil. Old Mains Favourites go from Atlantic Haddock and Chips to the Maryborough Signature Burger, with pasta and oriental ideas also featuring.
Comfort and Luxury in the Cork Suburbs
Stay in the Luxurious Surrounds of Maryborough Hotel & Spa
Accommodation levels at Maryborough Hotel include Deluxe Rooms, some with garden views and some ground floor with a patio area. Executive Rooms have private balconies or patios overlooking the gardens and grounds. Spa Jacuzzi Rooms located in a secluded area in the new part of the hotel have a contemporary feel in design and furnishing and double jacuzzi with plush loungers just off the bedroom. These are really popular for romantic getaways. Three Junior Suites are located in the old part of the house which dates back to 1710.
Reconnect to Your Senses
Reconnect to Your Senses
If chilling down is your requirement from a stay here, deep relaxation comes at the ESPA Spa, with therapeutic treatments in tranquil surroundings. Shed the cares of the modern world and come out feeling refreshed and invigorated. Active guests can avail of the fully equipped gym, 18m swimming pool with sauna, steam room and jacuzzi.
Bellini’s is the fine dining offering at Cork’s Maryborough Hotel and Spa. The kitchen here is presided over by Head Chef Gemma Murphy, a lady who is passionate about using local produce and instilling that passion in her team of chefs and floor staff. Cork is a flagship county to find the best beef, fish and seafood, dairy produce and artisan specialities, plus wild game and foraged ingredients in season. Gemma’s menu features much of this on a menu with a mission statement firmly committing to the use of local and seasonal ingredients. To complement these, she has developed a vegetable and herb garden outside her kitchen which will be further developed with each season.
When you eat here, you can expect to find boar or venison in season from a North Cork farm. Fish and shellfish come from a Cork fishmonger who brings the best of the catch fresh from the harbours of Union Hall, Castletownbere and Youghal. Fine Hereford Beef is well aged and succulent. The layout of the menu follows current trends in listing the components of each dish in a simple way. Just enough to whet your appetite, leaving the surprise of how they are presented till the plate arrives at the table.
As the name suggests, Bellini’s has an Art Deco feel reminiscent of the cocktail and glamour era. A little bit of glitz never goes amiss when you’re dining out. This dining room welcomes house guests and the public. A destination restaurant, Bellini’s marries high end service with a friendly feel and warm welcome for which the Corkonians are famed. Dinner here isn’t just for a special occasion. Yes you can come here to celebrate a big birthday or family event. But you can also come here just to enjoy the special ambience of this historic house and the food of a team committed to showcasing the county. Bellini’s is hitting the radars of the critics in a big way.
Cocktails are part of the pre-dinner drinks menu. Treat yourself to an Alternative Bellini made with gin, peach and raspberry puree and served in a champagne glass. Or sip on a Mojito Royal with Prosecco, spearmint, lime and sugar syrup. After that, it’s a browse of the wine list which captures the best of France, Italy, Australia, Chile, Argentina, South Africa and New Zealand for red and white wines. There’s a good selection of half bottles and a choice of five reds, five whites and one rose by the glass. Bubbles include Prosecco, Cava and Champagne and a veritable list of After Dinner tipples will tempt.