Belleek although dating from medieval times, the 1820’s neo-gothic Castle is informal, cosy, warm and friendly, rich in decor and antiquities, with open log fires to light your steps back through this cultural adventure. This hotel has not lost its character by over modernisation.
The Michelin listed Library Restaurant awarded AA 2 Rosettes, and just winning the 2017 Restaurant Association of Ireland, Best Hotel Restaurant in Connaught, for the third year running. Enjoy a contemporary dinner, with generous portions, in the unique eclectic dining room. A food philosophy has been developed to search for more depth of flavour, exercising both classic and imaginative cooking techniques. Belleek Castle use seasonal ingredients and produce, selected from the land, sea and air of Mayo, and combine these with the traditions of the Castle.
However, the signature dish is a Castle classic, the Drunken Bullock, a filet steak flambéed at the table from a sword, adding theatre to succulent steak. Ambiance provided by hand made oak tables, romantic music, candlelight, charming attention and delicious food.
The new award winning Jack Fenn Cafe is situated in the newly restored 1820's stable courtyard. The Cafe itself is housed in the former 1820's stables and coach house at Belleek Castle. At Jack Fenn the best quality and locally sourced ingredients are used in the cafes food and homemade produce.
Local amenities and attractions:
With 3 championship golf courses, tennis, squash, indoor riding area, international surfing beaches, swimming pools, Victorian sea weed baths, pitch and putt, equestrian activity, fishing, country riverside walks, churches, the Celtic fields community settlement and Downpatrick Head cliffs.. Next to Connaught Whiskey and 20 minutes from Nephin Whiskey.