Conservatory Restaurant at Carrygerry House Clare

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Carrygerry House's Conservatory Restaurant - A local menu where the ingredients are allowed to shine.

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A Feast To Be Lingered Over

Carrygerry Country House, Shannon, Co Clare

The Conservatory Restaurant

As with all Good Food Ireland Approved Providers, local produce is the main criteria for a gourmet experience. This is more than fulfilled in this house - Niall Ennis is an accomplished and experienced chef who puts good quality ingredients over fancy cooking techniques. In this way, he lets the ingredients have their own say and diners are very approving indeed! Dinner is taken in The Conservatory Restaurant looking over river views and front lawns. This is a feast to be lingered over and enjoyed at your leisure. Discover More About The Conservatory Restaurant In Our Review Below.

Family Run Country House Experience

Stay at Carrygerry Country House

At Carrygerry House, rest and relaxation are taken very seriously indeed. All bedrooms are luxurious and comfortable and some have four poster beds. Period furnishings are in keeping with the style of the house, but every mod con is here too. Bedrooms combine the best of old and new in a style all their own. During your stay here, you'll feel cherished, appreciated, and well looked after, which is exactly what you want from a country house experience. It’s the personal touch, which brings visitors back time and again.

Intimate Weddings at Carrygerry Country House

Weddings at Carrygerry Country House

Choose from intimate weddings in the Conservatory Restaurant which seats up to 50 guests or alternatively choose the Stonehall Room which caters for up to 100 wedding guests. As Carrygerry caters for only one wedding on any day, this gorgeous country house is completely private to the wedding couple and their guests on their special day, ensuring that personal service and individual attention is given throughout your Wedding day. Alongside the exclusive use of the house, there is also the opportunity to personalise your wedding day which aims to offer each couple an indidvidual and personalised intimate wedding reception.

Sample Menu

Head Chef: 

Niall Ennis

Sample Menu PDF: 

Our Review of Conservatory Restaurant at Carrygerry House Clare

Carrygerry House is the period country home of Gillian and Niall Ennis. Alongside the superb and luxurious accommodation here, The Conservatory Restaurant is open to residents and the public. Gillian is a genial and charming host front of house. Before dinner, she and her staff show diners and house guests into the cosy sitting room to enjoy a pre-dinner drink while perusing the menu.

It’s easy to let an hour or so slip by in the comfort of the log fire glowing in the original fireplace in winter, or take in the views from the large windows in summer. You might need a while to browse the selection of dishes, and note all the lovely local producers, proudly named.  

Dinner is served in the very bright and spacious dining room, a period style conservatory room which adds to the character of the house. Crisp linens, gleaming cutlery, and shining glassware give this dining room a grand interior. Views of gardens make a pleasing backdrop to the gourmet feasting. Candles add warmth and intimacy as darkness falls.

Behind the scenes in the kitchen, Niall Ennis is an experienced chef who puts good quality ingredients over fancy cooking techniques. His menu features Irish meats and fresh fish. Beef reared in nearby Quin is a special highlight. Expect some surprises in the combos - Niall isn't into overly fussy food, preferring to let his ingredients shine and enhance them with a few subtle twists and turns of his own creation. This leads to surprising little sauces and dressings which please the palate no end! Desserts are bliss also - we didn't see anyone declining the opportunity for pudding!

To compliment the food experience - lovely wines specially chosen by the couple are well matched to the style of dishes. Old World classics and New World wonders form a concise selection. After dinner, retreat back to the sitting room to enjoy a pot of coffee or tea, and perhaps a nightcap. A fine end to a fine feast. 

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