Family owned luxurious hotel in Cork City, holding the prestigious title as Cork’ best hotel. They are coeliac aware and can offer dining options, inform them at the time of booking. The restaurant menu is very high quality and the nature of the ingredients is usually such that it can be easily adapted to suit the gluten free diet. They also serve a wonderful Gluten Free Afternoon Tea. Remember to leave your review at coeliacpages.
This hotel in Mallow, County Cork are a great coeliac friendly venue that have a cafe or a more formal dining room. Both are equally coeliac friendly and if you just want a light bite from the cafe, they have gluten free rolls on their menu. The dining room dishes are served with potatoes and vegetables and choice of mains from beef, chicken or fish. Don’t forget to mention coeliacpages and come back to our site and leave your review.
Costelloes in Clonakilty use the best of local artisan produced ingredients and local caught fish. A mecca for you foodies. The menu doesn’t have specific gluten free options marked, however due to the nature of the ingredients, you’ll find something tasty to eat. Discuss with waiting staff dishes that are suitable. Don’t forget to leave your review here for other coeliacs to see.
Occupying a secluded, riverside setting in the heart of the country, this inviting hostelry is an outstanding example of an authentic traditional family run pub. Your hosts are The Blairs, a warm and friendly family who extend a sincere welcome to newcomers and regulars alike. In season, real coal fires flicker on the wooden interior of the lounge bars and candlelit Snug and Pantry restaurant.