Restaurants – Castlemartyr Spa & Golf resort

Castlemartyr, Cork
+353 21 421 9000
The Well Tower

Situated in the Manor House, The Bell Tower Restaurant offers a dining experience you will not forget.
The restaurant is relaxed and elegant and overlooks the formal gardens. It offers the very best of modern Irish cuisine always using the finest local and seasonal produce. A selection of vegetarian options and low calorie dishes are available.

Breakfast is served daily in The Bell Tower. In the evening, the restaurant offers an extensive menu, with a carefully chosen wine list.

All food is prepared by Head Chef Kevin Burke and his team and they are very proud of the fact that every meal served comes from the one kitchen at the hotel, be it a tasting menu, room service or our ever popular Afternoon Tea.

Franchini’s

Franchini’s, their new casual dining Italian experience here at the Resort.
From creative Italian pizzas to traditional pasta & risotto dishes, Franchini’s offers an extensive exciting menu, along with a warm, ambient atmosphere for all to enjoy.

Located in the heart of the Resort, the room overlooks the extensive gardens and is complimented with natural wooden floors and warm aubergine tones. All providing the ideal backdrop with al fresco dining out on the terrace.

Knight’s Bar

The Knight’s Bar is elegant, relaxing and enjoys great views of the ornate gardens.
It is the ideal choice for a lighter or more informal meal. Their lounge menu is available all day and features a wide range of freshly prepared food, along with tea, coffee and drinks.

In the evenings, the bar provides a warm and intimate atmosphere in which to enjoy a pre or post restaurant dinner beverage. As you would expect their bar offers a wide range of drinks to suit all tastes be it whiskeys, fine wines, cocktails and much more.

When the weather is fine you can take pleasure in the terrace with picturesque views over the croquet lawn and Gardens and enjoy a light lunch or afternoon tea.

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