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Orchids Restaurant, Hayfield Manor Hotel, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland

The Orchids Restaurant

Orchids is a private room, overlooking the walled garden of the hotel. A sophisticated space in which to enjoy a celebratory dinner. Relaxing muted colours add elegance to this beautiful dining room, which offers finest dining in gracious surroundings. Food service is a theatrical performance, with waiters coming out all at once, bearing plates covered in silver cloches, which are all removed simultaneously to amazed oohs and aahs by diners!
Perrotts Garden Bistro, Hayfield Manor Hotel, Cork, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland

Perrotts Garden Bistro

Perrotts Garden Bistro at Hayfield Manor Hotel is the casual dining offering of this five star hotel, located in private grounds close to University College Cork and within walking distance of all city sights and shopping. Garden views and a conservatory style open plan dining space make pleasant surroundings to enjoy an informal lunch or dinner. The restaurant is open to residents and the public.

The Hayfield Manor Bar

Hayfield’s Balcony Bar is the place to sip a lunchtime pint or pre or post dinner drink. Very snug - it echoes the traditions of a real Irish pub, within the bounds of a top class hotel. A full bar service is here - plus wine if you so wish. There’s music too, sometimes provided by a mobile piano which is wheeled in as and when.

Top Class Comforts and Service

The Hayfield Manor Hotel

Discover More About The Hayfield Manor Hotel In Our Review Below.

Relax the Body & Mind at Hayfield Manor

The Beautique Spa

Hayfield Manor's Beautique Spa offers and escape from the hustle and bustle of daily packages for the both public and residents alike. You'll be enticed by the relaxing ambiance and tranquility that can be found in this Award Winning Hotel. The Beautique Spa offers a number of Spa treatments for both men and women including the use of ELemis Spa Products by expertly trained Spa Therapists. It's time for a trip to the Spa and forget all your your worries.

Our Review of Hayfield Manor Hotel

In the university district of Cork city, up a short road leading to a grand driveway lies Hayfield Manor Hotel. You wouldn't believe how tucked away this five star luxury accommodation is, considering it's central location. Although this part of Cork is well populated with a mix of permanent residents and UCC students, the hotel is in its own grounds and has all the peace and quiet of the country.  Many famous guests have stayed here. Anybody who's anybody has strolled through its doors. Everyone can feel like a superstar - the service is the same for the famous names as it is for the ordinary Joe - simply top class. And what's really lovely is that despite it's five star status, you just don't feel awkward or out of place. There are no airs of pretension or snootiness in the ambiance. From the moment you walk into the generous lobby with its sweeping staircase, you'll feel very welcome indeed.

Owners Joe and Margaret Scally, experienced hoteliers, have made sure of that. Rooms are fully equipped in grand style, from the opulent drapes at the windows, king sized beds and comfy armchairs, to the fluffy robes and slippers in the bathrooms, which come complete with traditional and roomy roll top baths and Elemis toiletries. Everything you need is to hand, and there's always a welcome pack in your room, which includes water, cognac, fresh fruit and sensuous chocolate truffles in case you get the munchies in the night! Not much chance of that though, if you are dining in one of the two fabulous restaurants in house. 

Perrotts is a conservatory restaurant with garden views, and a casual dining menu. The atmosphere makes for a relaxed experience. Overlooking the rear walled garden is Orchids restaurant, an altogether more formal dining space. Fine dining service, with elegant silver cloches placed over all mains and elegantly removed by the waiters at the table. Glam feasting in the old school style, befitting a five star hotel restaurant. Underneath those cloches is a thoroughly modern offering, from a wealth of Cork fresh meats, fish and artisan specialties. Executive Head Chef Mark Staples is embracing Cork produce and dealing with it in a dynamic and innovative way.

It doesn't just stop with good food, and elegant bedrooms at Hayfield. Oh no. The fun is only starting when you check in. This hotel has a luxurious spa and lovely gardens to have tea if the weather is good.  There's music in the bar too, provided by a mobile piano which is wheeled in as and when. However long you choose to stay here, your time will be peppered with a true Irish welcome, from the minute you are greeted at the front door to the moment the bellboy takes your bags to the car. It won't be easy to leave, but you know you can always come back!  

Read more about Hayfield Manor Hotel, here is their Orchids Restaurant,  Perrotts Garden BistroHayfield Manor Bar Review 

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