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The Elm Tree
Glounthaune, Co. Cork
Enjoy freshly baked scones, food, wine and signature cocktails in a spacious and contemporary setting in The Elm Tree in Glounthaune, County Cork. Relax and let the dedicated, professional staff look after you.

The Elm Tree in County Cork, have created a very specific product for customers, something that aims to be unique, incorporates style and gives a little luxury. Choose from a variety of menus including, morning treats, carvery, lunch, á la carte, drinks and dessert.

The Elm tree is for starting your week off with some coffee and the paper on a winter's morning, a swift lunch meeting with your work colleagues, savouring a tasty meal and chilled bottle of wine on a Saturday night, enjoying a meal with your children on a mild autumn evening outdoors, or having a sizzling BBQ amongst friends on a warm summer's night.

Whether it is dinner for two, three or twenty, The Elm Tree cater for tables of up to 20 in the restaurant and 20 plus in the private party room. The menu choice is wide and varied, parking is extensive and produce is always fresh.

Great attention to detail and customer focus are ongoing elements that are watched with a very careful eye at The Elm Tree.

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Killacloyne, Glounthaune Village, Co. Cork, Ireland
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