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Reviewed 26th August 2013 (visited 2 August 2013)
Where to start with this place, it is amazing. i have returned time and time again, never to be disapointed. from the food to the staff to the grounds, it really is a treat to be experienced at least once in your life time. From the second you drive into the place you know its going to be a great evening. We stayed the last time as i have always wanted to experience the breakfast and wow it was worth it. we were very surprised with the bill (in a good way) We are planning on having our wedding here,We cant wait to share this place with our friends and family ,
Reviewed 18th October 2012 (visited 12 October 2012)
For that special night out to eat and relax, go to Inch house. The surroundings are wonderful and private. Food was second to none and the service was fantastic. My only fault is that l felt the seats were on top of each other at the table...very minor considering the wonderful food and ambiance.
Reviewed 06th December 2011 (visited 21 October 2011)
Everytime we go to eat at Inch House it is a wonderful experience. The staff there are so helpful and friendly, the first time I ever ate garlic potatoes was there and when I go there they leave the whole dish for me. Most of the food is grown there on the land and everything is local where possible, which means the food is excellent.
Reviewed 26th March 2011 (visited 2 March 2011)
wat can i say? top class food every time you go there. The atmosphere is second to none.
The Hungry Chef
Reviewed 12th August 2010 (visited 7 August 2010)
Entering Inch House grounds was beautiful, greeted my the isolated gate house and guided by the fields of wheat. The House was very welcoming. The sitting area full of history and antiques. Service was good, the food was very tasty with perfect portions.
Reviewed 30th May 2010 (visited 9 March 2010)
Amazing service, amazing food, amazing surroundings. Although its pricey, it's definitely worth it, the dining experience is spectacular, first you are shown into a reception room where you can order a drink while your table is being prepared in the dining room. The Georgian decor is stunning in both the reception room and the dining room. The staff are super attentive and friendly. The food is perfect and the portions are very generous. Absolutely nothing bad to say about this restaurant.
Reviewed 28th February 2010 (visited 6 February 2010)
Went with a group of friends for dinner. Food was pretty good & there was lots of it! Service was good, all member of staff were very attentive. No atmosphere in the dining room & all tables were seated pretty much on top of each other, no space & had to squeeze between chairs to go the toilets. We were also told because it was a saturday night, we had to have all 5 courses & pay €60. Thought that this was a bit much considering that there is a recession on & if you didn't want all the courses due to smaller appetite you still ended up paying for it. Felt that a bottle of house wine or 2 should be included for this price considering there were 10 of us @€60 each! The majority of our party were very impressed with the quantity & quality of the food.