Blairscove House & Restaurant

Blairscove House and Restaurant is a restaurant with rooms offering a wide selection of Irish produce prepared with flair.

Blairscove Restaurant is a truly charming place to celebrate special occasions. The high stone walls with tall windows looking out over the sea, gilt framed family portraits and eclectic decor create a warm and inviting ambience. A beautiful crystal chandelier hangs from the high beams of the dining room to complete the already appealing picture. The adjacent conservatory has views over a romantic courtyard garden with rose beds and modern sculptures.
Blairscove restaurant offers a table d’hôte menu. A selection of starters from the buffet is followed by a choice of locally sourced main courses, including freshly caught fish and the speciality of the restaurant- Irish steak grilled on the wood fire in the dining room.
Local cheese or an array of home made desserts conclude the meal.
Blairscove has a well stocked bar with an impressive collection of wines and drinks for diners to choose from. The restaurant is open for dinner on Tuesdays through Saturdays from mid-March to early November.
Blairscove Restaurant offers a peaceful and calming ambience to give its customers one of the best dining experiences in West Cork.

Address: Durrus Bantry, Co.Cork P75 FE44 Ireland

Telephone: 027-61127

Email: mail@blairscove.ie

Website: http://www.blairscove.ie

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