Relaxed and Fine Dining Options in County Down
From the sophisticated freshness of the Oak Restaurant to the relaxing Lighthouse Lounge serving fresh and healthy options to a perfect pint by the fireside in The Percy French Inn, your appetite and expectations will be well and truly satisfied at Slieve Donard—the perfect place to eat in Down.
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Dine in Style
At the Oak Restaurant, sophisticated surroundings are met with fabulous dishes using only the finest produce and ingredients in Northern Ireland. In addition, Oak Restaurant is home to our highly sought-after Sunday Buffet, a feast of sumptuous starters, mouth-watering mains and delicious desserts.
The Percy French Inn
At the Foot Of the Mourne Mountains
Framed for its relaxing and welcoming atmosphere and high-quality food, The Percy French Inn is the place to go whether you want to take in the stunning views with a freshly cooked meal or sit by the fire and enjoy a drink with a loved one or friends.
Perfect for a Light Bite
Lighthouse Lounge is the perfect place to get a bite to eat that isn't too heavy. With views out over the Irish Sea and to the Mournes, the Lighthouse Lounge also lets in an abundance of natural light every day to complete the picturesque setting.
Perfect for a Snack and a Cocktail
Named for the famous actor Charlie Chaplin who visited Slieve Donard many times, guests can enjoy a relaxing cocktail, light snack, tea or coffee while catching up with friends, family or with a good book.
It's the most important meal of the day, and breakfast at the Slieve Donard is a real treat. Served from 7am-10am Monday to Friday, and from 7am-10:30am Saturday to Sunday.
You Are Cordially Invited to Tea
There is no better place to enjoy traditional Afternoon Tea than in the luxurious surroundings of the Slieve Donard. Our Bridgerton Inspired Afternoon Tea is the perfect way to spend an afternoon discussing the latest scandal while experience the splendour of high society.