Adare Manor, one of Ireland’s most renowned resort hotels, continues to be renovated as a multi-phase transformation heads towards its final stretch. Committed to providing guests with unrivaled facilities and services, as well as restoring the property to its historic splendor, the new Adare Manor Hotel and Golf Resort have a variety of dining options, amongst them a renovation of The Carriage House – the restaurant and clubhouse that overlooks the 18th hole – which was designed by UK studio awarded David Collins. This mesmerizing project will last for years as one of the greatest David Collins restaurant decor!
Designed by the leading architects and designers at David Collins Studio, London, The Carriage House is complete with an exceptional grill restaurant, glamorous cocktail bar and lounge, spacious glazed terrace, cigar lounge and private dining chamber.
Every detail of the restaurant interior design has been chosen to celebrate the natural beauty of Adare Manor’s estate and to foster a sense of effortless opulence. The lobby decor sets the tone as the grand entrance, with a replica Benz Patent-Motorwagen centerpiece, a soaring ceiling and stone steps that lead up to a distinguished colonnade and rotunda.
As guests proceed through to the rotunda they are greeted by an impressive wine and champagne selection and an exquisite vaulted ceiling.
The glazed Terrace is a culinary destination serving breakfast and lunch daily. Boasting striking views of the putting green and manicured landscape, the Terrace perfects the transition between indoors and out. Taking center stage is the open show-kitchen, allowing guests to observe as chefs artfully prepare refined salads, sandwiches and gourmet pizzas.
Adjoining the Terrace through a glazed wall is the intimate Cigar Lounge, perfect for those yearning to pair their smoke with a rare Irish whiskey from the hotel’s exceptional collection.
THE CARRIAGE HOUSE RESTAURANT
The architectural highlight of the restaurant is its beautiful central skylight and delicate seeded glass panels that allow natural light to flood the room, offering an artfully lit ambiance from day to night.
For private dining, The Carriage House offers an elegant private chamber to accommodate parties up to 28 persons, which can also double as an exclusive meeting room. The chamber is lit with leaf motif wall-lights in a brass finish and adorned with original artworks reflecting some of the very best of Irish talent.
The Bar is the social heart of the hotel, offering light bites alongside a remarkable collection of fine wines, craft beers, and sophisticated cocktails. Designed as a perfect union of traditional Irish culture and elevated contemporary styling, the rich leathers, dark-stained oak furnishings and an impressive Breccia Capraia marble framed fireplace, offer a sense of timeless luxury.
Natural materials marry a rich palette of deep green, burgundy, and ivory, all of which nod to “the surrounding traditional walled gardens,” he adds.
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