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The Conservatory is a hidden gem - a real find whilst we were exploring the Military Road south of Dublin, and well worth a visit, especially if you happen to be visiting Glendalough (one of Irelands most popular tourist destinations). The staff at The Conservatory are wonderfully friendly and hospitable, and the cafe/restaurant is so very quaint and gorgeous that was deservedly voted in The Bridgestone 100 best restaurants in Ireland 2010. It is an absolutely delightful and charming addition to the existing B&B.
All reviews scones minestrone soup soups sticky toffee pudding spinach and goat cheese tasty homemade food cake home made beautiful place tea and coffee lovely walk sally gap lisa aga cream savory pity
We went there after our walk around Glendalough Lakes to hope for a nice lunch. And we were delighted that we found such a relaxing and friendly place.
Delicious, homemade minestrone soup with savoury scone is a must. Hidden gem of Laragh.
Came upon this beautiful place by chance on a sunny day. Food is simple and beautiful. A small but gorgeous selection of lunchtime food such as cheese and spinach pie with a variety of desserts. We would definitely return as the location is beautiful and...More
Dropped into The Conservatory on a visit to Glendalough. Arrived just in the nick of time. The lady of the house was just taking freshly baked scones from the oven.I order one for my wife and of course myself.Out they arrived with fresh cream and...More
I visited the Conservatory with a friend today. It really is the most beautiful setting with a beautiful indoor seating and also outdoors overlooking the valley. The food is top class, truly homemade and really tasty. The only pity was the service - our waitress...More
Had a light lunch sitting outside in a lovely spring sun. Healthy flavoursome soups and savoury scones, and excellent spinach and goats cheese tart. All home made.
Friendly casual atmosphere and attitude; and very good service and interaction with the team there.
We went for a quick lunch as it was close to our lodge.
The menu is quite limited if you’re a fussy eater but all’s homemade and delicious.
We had a vegetable scone with pesto sauce and a slice of a spinach and goat cheese...More
Called in whilst staying at the house next door and what a lovely surprise. Fabulous location sitting in grandeur at the end of the village. Was a real sun trap sitting in the garden. The cast iron tables and chairs weren't the comfiest to sit...More