As we look forward to brighter, lighter days ahead, we’re thrilled to be able to welcome guests old and new to Ballihoo.
In line with the Government roadmap, from 17th May we’re able to offer both indoor and outdoor dining options.
We’re so thrilled to be able to serve diners inside our wonderfully light and airy space again. Our contemporary restaurant has beautiful crittall doors which seamlessly link the main area to a recently extended space. Customers can enjoy the comfortable dining inside, whilst still feeling part of nature due to the floor-to-ceiling windows.
Whether you decide to dine indoors or out, you can enjoy a wide variety of choice from our A la Carte menu. We have a commitment to serving home-grown and local produce which celebrates the seasons.
Our pizza ovens will be serving delicious wood-fired pizzas throughout the spring and summer. In addition we have a fantastic variety of food and drink options, such as healthy choices from Bumble and Little Bumble, provisions from Ballihoo Market, an extensive takeaway menu, kits and hampers (for BBQ’s, picnics and roast lunches), wine boxes and private dining delivered to your door.
In addition, from 17th May, you’ll be able to book a Private Chef, for private dining in the comfort of your stunning holiday home. Whether you want a relaxed family meal or a romantic night in, our Head Chef, Paul Budd, will create a unique experience so you can simply relax and enjoy.
We can organise wine flights to suit and can work with you to create your ultimate menu if you so wish. Email email@example.com to enquire.
Can we eat with another household?
You can book a table with up to six people from multiple households, or two households together. Indoors at our Ballihoo restaurant we will be seating parties larger than 6 on tables adjacent to each other to encourage safe dining in a cosy setting.
From June 21st onwards we will be taking group bookings of larger than six (subject to Government review and our availability).
Can I pre-book dining for my stay?
Early booking is advised to avoid disappointment, especially during peak periods.
Pre-book dining and take-away for Lower Mill Estate here.
What safety measures are in place?
The health and safety of our guests is, as always, our top priority. Therefore, very strict safety standards will be adhered to by our teams. Guests will be kindly requested to wear face coverings in indoor hospitality areas, other than when seated at a table to eat or drink.
The overall experience may still seem a little different than in previous years, but we will be providing the same attention to detail and personal service that you expect from us.
We want to assure you that we’ve put measures in place to keep you and our teams safe, so that you can relax and enjoy every aspect of your time with us.
What will happen from 21st June?
Indoor and outdoor dining will be available, and we’ll be taking group bookings of larger than six (subject to Government review and our availability).