The Majors Bar at Mount Juliet Estate

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The Major’s Bar is a cosy place to sink into a comfy chair and enjoy some light refreshments or your favourite tipple through the day.

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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. Discover More About The Majors Bar 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.
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The Clubhouse

State-of-the-art Clubhouse to complement 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.

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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.

Our Review of The Majors Bar at Mount Juliet Estate

Mount Juliet House was built by The 1st Earl of Carrick in 1757 for his new wife Juliana, fondly known as Juliet. Step inside the front door of this magnificent country house and step into history. This former Stately Home of the Earls of Carrick turned luxury Country House hotel stands on 1500 magnificent acres of land either side of the River Nore. An elegant and graceful residence which has The Major’s Bar as a welcoming lounge for hotel guests and visitors.

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.

Major McCalmont has his own namesake at The Major’s Bar, a place we think he would have loved! Period architecture abounds, as all the glories of this grand Manor House have been painstakingly restored and renovated. The central focal point of The Major’s Bar is a gorgeous marble fireplace which always has a blazing fire in the hearth. This is the place to sink into a comfy chair and enjoy some light refreshments or your favourite tipple through the day.

In the mornings, The Major’s Bar serves the Mount Juliet Single or Double Scone with clotted cream and a full selection of classic teas, herbal or fruit infusions, Barista coffees and Liqueur Coffees. Afternoon Tea is served between 1pm-5pm, with booking required. The Major’s Afternoon Tea, as it is known, is in the classic style, with tiered stands displaying an array of savoury bites, finger sandwiches and homemade pastries. Add a glass of Pimms, a Gin &Tonic or glass of Prosecco or Champagne if you want to splash out!

In the evenings, The Major’s Bar is the perfect spot for a night cap after a satisfying day enjoying many of the outdoor activities and walks on the estate. What a wonderful way to end your day at a memorable and stunning house which has true love, history and great sporting heritage at its heart.

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