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The Clubhouse at Mount Juliet Estate opens from 9am-9pm daily with an eclectic mix of dishes to suit all hunger gaps and appetites!

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Michelin Dining in Elegant Surroundings

The Clubhouse

State-of-the-art Clubhouse to compliment the new Paul McGinley Golf Academy where golfers can now experience superb food and beverage expertly overseen by Executive Chef Ken Harker in a luxurious, relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Discover More About The Clubhouse In Our Review Below.
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The Lady Helen Restaurant

Candles, crisp linen, shining silver and gleaming glassware set the scene for the theatrical gourmet experience to come. Ken Harker knows how to put on a show. Take your seat among these opulent surroundings and let the performance begin. Start with a glass of bubbles. Browse a menu featuring the best of local and seasonal foods. We can’t tell you what to choose, but we can say it will be wonderful. The best of Irish is in focus – Black Angus beef from Monaghan. Seasonal game. Wexford fish and shellfish. Home grown herbs and salads from the estate gardens.
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The Hound at Hunters Yard

'The Hound' at Hunters Yard offers a casual dining alternative to the fine dining gourmet experience in The Lady Helen Restaurant in the main house at Mount Juliet Estate. There’s a delightful airy feel to the interior décor of The Hound. Hefty ceiling beams in reclaimed wood echo an earlier life to lend a rustic look. Discover More About 'The Hound' at Hunters Yard In Our Review Below.
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The Majors Bar

The Major’s Bar is cosy and comfortable. Named after Major Dermot McCalmont of the McCalmont Family who took residence here till the late 1980’s and were the last private owners to use the house as a home before it became a hotel in 1989. Major McCalmont’s wife Lady Helen McCalmont gives her name to the Michelin starred Lady Helen Restaurant at the house.

Stay in Opulence With Every Need Catered For

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Mount Juliet House

Mount Juliet House has a variety of accommodations on offer from 32 sumptuous bedrooms in the Manor House. Hunter's Yard is just five minutes' walk from the main house with 93 rooms currently in development. The Rose Garden Lodges are spacious, secluded, elegant and, as their name suggests, set in beautiful parkland. The Chauffeur’s Lodge is a state-of-the-art sanctuary, far from the madding crowd, with its own sun terraces, luxury lounge and bespoke kitchen.

Relax and Unwind in Luxury

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Health Club & The Treatment Suites

Make the most of your stay at Mount Juliet Estate with a pampering treatment in their Spa. Don't want to miss out on your fitness regime? Not a problem. Mount Juliet Health Club offers a fully equipped gym amd a 17 metre indoor heated pool to keep you in shape alongwith a variety of regular classes including yoga and aerobics.

Sample Menu

Head Chef: 

Ken Harker

Sample Menu PDF: 

Our Review of The Clubhouse at Mount Juliet Estate

The new Paul McGinley Golf Academy at Mount Juliet Estate has a beautiful new Clubhouse to boast about. Golfers know how the tests and challenges of completing 18 holes at a stunning world class professional golfcourse can work up an appetite! That will be more than satisfied here, at this beautiful state-of the art Clubhouse, where relaxed daytime dining is on the menu from breakfast till dinner.

Dining at The Clubhouse takes place in the luxuriously furnished and cosy bar. Muted colours, panelling, diffused light, leather or tartan clad couches and low tables give this the feel of a private Gentleman’s Club. Of course in this Clubhouse, ladies are invited and made more than welcome! Relax on one of the sofas or in a comfy armchair and browse The Clubhouse menu.

Mount Juliet’s Executive Chef Ken Harker oversees all the dishes on the menu. He brings his creativity and the exquisite touch that has won him a Michelin star at The Lady Helen Restaurant in the main house to all aspects of Mount Juliet’s culinary offering. So get ready to be wowed.

The Clubhouse opens from 9am-9pm daily. If you fancy a bite before or after your morning round, you can grab homemade granola with seasonal berries and yogurt, a Mini Grill with all the good bits of a Full Irish – sausages, bacon, eggs and grilled mushrooms - but in smaller portions and accompanied with tea or coffee. Lighter dishes include Poached Eggs with Avocado on wholegrain toast, available in standard or gluten free options. Add some Irish smoked salmon on the side for a luxury touch.

When lunch time kicks in at noon, the tempo changes. You’ll find an eclectic mix of dishes to suit all hunger gaps and appetites! From first course and lighter salads to mains like a beautiful well aged juicy Irish Sirloin steak with all the trimmings, The Clubhouse Burger, or try a plate of locally farmed trout with accompaniments or fresh fish and seafood.

There’s plenty of choice for dessert, or you can follow with an Irish Artisan Cheeseboard with crackers and homemade chutney. Well worth trying as Ireland has many amazing award winning farmhouse cheeses to offer, and Kilkenny is particularly renowned for dairy produce.

The drinks menu includes quality teas and coffee plus Liquour Coffee with your favourite choice of tipple, a cocktail menu and wine list with champagne and a concise selection of white, rose and red wines with a good choice served by the glass. Beers, ciders and spirits are also available at the bar, which has comfy high chairs for perching on as you wet your whistle! 

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