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Pan-grilled Mackerel & Soused Mackerel at Ballymaloe Cookery School
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Summer raspberries are delicious when set in a fresh mint Jelly.
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Summer berry salad infused with sweet geranium is a perfect summer dessert
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Caramel chocolate truffles are delicious after dinner treats!
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Learn to make bread at Ballymaloe House with JR. 
Step into the kitchen and roll up your sleeves, you can learn the secrets of Ballymaloe bread baking! Bread baking takes place at 7am each morning. Join our pastry chefs JR and Anne as they bake the bread and scones for each day at Ballymaloe. The bread baking is €15 per person and lasts approximately one hour. Guests experience the real working kitchen and can take their very own loaf of Irish soda bread home with them.
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The accommodation at Ballymaloe is simple and elegant. We have a range of rooms in the main house -some large and airy with beautiful views over the fields as well as cosier rooms at the top of the house in the eaves.

Our newer, light filled garden rooms are at the back of the house and look on to the river and oak and horse chestnut trees beyond.

We also have charming rooms in a lime washed, rose covered, farm building in the courtyard.
The accommodation at Ballymaloe is simple and elegant. We have a range of rooms in the main house -some large and airy with beautiful views over the fields as well as cosier rooms at the top of the house in the eaves. Our newer, light filled garden rooms are at the back of the house and look on to the river and oak and horse chestnut trees beyond. We also have charming rooms in a lime washed, rose covered, farm building in the courtyard.
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Dried Carrageen Moss is used by our pastry kitchen to make Carrageen Moss Pudding, a traditional Irish Dessert.
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The Long Table Dinner is all set in the glass house at Ballymaloe Cookery School. All we need now are some guests!

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A selection of aubergines (egg plant's) grown organically in the glass house at the Ballymaloe Cookery School.
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Divine Heritage tomatoes from the glass house.
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A selection of locally smoked fish, shellfish and homemade terrines on the sunday evening buffet
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A perfect ripe peach picked in the glass house at Ballymaloe.
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Midleton Co. Cork Ireland
IECorkMidleton
+353 21 465 2531ballymaloe.ie
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The accommodation at Ballymaloe House Hotel is simple and elegant. We have a range of rooms in the main house.

Our five course dinner menu begins with a soup, a salad or sorbet followed by a second course which might feature seafood and fresh fish, seasonal vegetables and pâté and terrines. A typical summer menu might consist of a starter of pea and coriander soup or sweet geranium sorbet, followed by a second course of a purslane and lobster salad, freshly caught pollock and a chicken liver terrine.

Our main courses feature locally reared meat and poultry and the catch of the day. Our vegetarian option features our walled-garden produce.-perhaps roast onion squash with Coolea cheese and green beans and basil pesto or an aubergine gratin.

There is a trolley of a selection of Irish cheeses and biscuits.

Our dessert trolley is made up of a fruit fools, compotes, tarts, mousses, possets and meringues as well as ice cream served in a decorated ice bowl.

Coffee and herbal infusions are served at the end of the meal together with our own petits fours.
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Elegant lodging in an ivy-covered mansion with a restaurant, plus an outdoor pool and tennis court.- Google
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Eliott D. D.
a month ago
Divine food, everything we ate was delicious. Definitely recommend the Lemongrass Lemonade. Food may be a little pricy but is worth it, the food (and beverages) are simply amazing.
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Sara Mc
10 months ago
Heaven on earth. The food is mostly from the farm. The plums and tomatoes were so fresh - we couldn't get enough. Best starter was the local plaice. Guinea fowl was a little sweet but delicious. The meat wasn't called prime rib but it was in that style and amazing. Make sure to get seconds. They offer that. :)
Sabrina Flood
10 months ago
Amazing place, not great signal for both phone and internet but obviously isn't needed as the scenery is more than enough!! Needed internet for road maps!
A Google User
3 years ago
Glorious place to stay. House, rooms are all really nice. My favourite was always breakfast with everything home made. Absolutely delightful. Sunday lunch which used to be buffet style on beautiful old table was a total pleasure. Staying in the winter with the roaring fire in the sitting room was memorable and I do remember the 20 odd visits we made over the years. I also remember the very many visits we made, that the family were particularly cold and unwelcoming. It always stuck in my mind. How very unfriendly they were even if we went one week after another. A smile doesn't cost anything.
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Sam Fitzpatrick
3 months ago
I havent been here for years but went a few times in the past for sunday lunch and remember it being an incredible experience. Must return soon!
Amber McCall
3 months ago
exquisite food, beautiful ambiance and the service was lovely
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Paudie Scanlon
2 years ago
Review for the Cafe at the back of the Shop. Cakes are gorgeous, sandwiches we had were only ok, and expensive for what we got as well.
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Armand de Foucault
a year ago
tout est superbe !! bravo !!