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Carrygerry Country House & Restaurant

Newmarket on Fergus, South Clare

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The Conservatory Restaurant, overlooking green fields, is the perfect setting for a relaxing romantic meal or family gathering. They use only locally sourced produces.

Carrygerry Country House is a charming “Old World” Country House, originally built in 1793. Located near Shannon, in the scenic countryside of County Clare, they are less than 10 minutes from Shannon International Airport. Experience an authentic country house atmosphere of peace and tranquillity, with antique furnishings and glowing fires.

Carrygerry has eleven bedrooms, all of which are ensuite. Each is individually styled and decorated in keeping with the house’s character.

The Conservatory Restaurant boasts idyllic views and is open on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings. It is also open for Sunday Lunch.

Niall and his kitchen team pride themselves on sourcing only the finest local and organic ingredients to produce a wonderful dining experience. Their reputation for quality food with service guarantees you a memorable experience.

They produce The Carrygerry Range in-house, including their widely renowned creamy seafood chowder and patés and their extensive selection of jams, marmalades, chutneys, dressings, sauces, and more.


They have won several awards over the years, including “Country House of the Year”, and “Great Taste Gold Star”. They also have many “Blas na hEireann National Food Awards”, which include gold, silver and bronze awards for their food, known widely as The Carrygerry Range.

Good to Know

They are open year-round, Thursday to Saturday evenings.

There is free car parking and WiFi available.

Important Note: Details are subject to change. It is always advisable to check the opening dates, times and prices on their website or directly with them before visiting or booking.

About Newmarket on Fergus

Newmarket on Fergus

Newmarket-on-Fergus is a thriving, modern town with a rich heritage past - situated halfway between the county capital of Ennis and Shannon International Airport.