A party of seven including three coeliacs... well it was great! The room was lovely and spacious! The food was good and the staff attentive. Definitely recommended!
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Dinner and overnight stay and breakfast for 8 for Birthday . Everything was perfect. I had chosen the rooms with four poster beds etc and my guests were delighted. We had tea and scones at the roaring fire on arrival early afternoon. Dinner was delicious...More
My husband and I had a three course meal.y husband commented the salad starter was the best he'd ever tasted. I had the steak and it was cooked to perfection. Waiting staff were so polite, helpful, friendly and very knowledgeable of history of the area.
What a find ....... out for a lovely drive on a bank holiday Monday found us in Rathnew and we were beyond delighted that we found ourselves so close to Tinakilly House and their fabulous grounds. From start to finish our visit to the dining-room...More
Beautiful rooms, comfy seating area, warm bar, with plenty of rooms to explore. Went with my partner and spent most of our days playing piano in an lovely furnished ball room. Staff were beyond kind and the food was beauiful. Had afternoon tea which was...More
After a long day in the countryside, we checked into Tinakilly and headed for their fine restaurant. Great table, great service, wonderful food. It was just exactly what we needed. Three of us ordered very different things and all were most taken with the offerings.
Had breakfast here only and were greeted with a cheery "goodMorning". Ordered the blueberry pancakes from the hot menu and there was plenty from the buffet cold items. Everything was delicious and the scones the best we've had so far, nice and fresh. Plenty to...More
The house itself and the grounds are beautiful and, while the food doesn't quite measure up to that standard, it's good food, nicely cooked - more modern than you would expect in the surroundings. The staff are friendly and the prices are reasonable.