The hotel has two restaurants and two bars, but they are never open at the same time and the menus are identical, consisting of a selection of rather unoriginal international dishes. Breakfast is served from 6:30am to 10:30am during the week and until 11:30am on weekends in a large room which can accommodate up to 220 people. The decor here consists of beautiful Victorian lamps, moulded ceilings and wooden tables and chairs arranged on two separate carpeted levels, and the room itself leads through to another smaller room where the various enticing buffet stations are laid up. Large picture windows allow you to admire the surrounding greenery as you enjoy your breakfast, and the room is spacious enough to be able to move around in groups without too many problems. The substantial breakfast consists of continental or Irish breakfast, with a choice of 10 hot dishes, as well as white cheeses, cereals, pastries, etc. For lunch, you can grab a sandwich in the bar or lobby, whilst dinner is served in a large, rectangular, air-conditioned room with light parquet flooring and pale yellow-green walls. These could be very pleasant surroundings, but in spite of the limited number of guests the restaurant caters for, the setting is rather noisy, and the menu is somewhat limited here too. The hotel's second bar is done out in a traditional Irish style and is only open when the main bar is too busy.