The Lodge at Ballygarry House
This mid-18th century Lodge was formely the gate lodge of the O'Connor farmhouse visible to the north of the hotel. The main Dublin road was then moved which separted it from the farmhouse and joined it with Ballygarry House.
This farmhouse and Lodge was owned by the Slattery family but was the home of Thomas and Ellen O'Brien who were born and grew up in Tralee.
Their love story began when they refused to be separated because of religious differences despite the promise of family fortunes. They lived here raising 8 children together for 22 years until the 1940's.Ballygarry House has maintained the Lodge as part of Tralee's history.
The Lodge is now being used as a private event room with a personalised Butler Service for Afternoon Tea. Choose from our Prosecco, Gin Afternoon Tea,perfect for a celebration or to spend an afternoon catching up with friends.
Afternoon Tea Menu:
Caherciveen Smoked Salmon on Homemade
Soda Bread Dill Aioli
Baked Cordal Goats Cheese and Thyme Quiche
Limerick Black Gammon Ham Cracked Black Pepper Rocket Leave on Bacus Sundried Tomato Loaf
Dingle Bay Prawn Cocktail
Griffin Roast Beef Sandwich Horseradish Mayo
Selection of Ballygarry’s Homemade Tea Pastries & Cakes created freshly
from our Pastry Kitchen
Freshly Brewed Tea & Coffee
Classic Afternoon Tea in The Lodge - €25.00 per person
Prosecco Afternoon Tea in The Lodge - €30.00 per person
Gin Afternoon Tea The Lodge - €37.00 per person
Bookings in The Lodge have a minimum number of 8 people to book this area exclusively and the maximum number is 12 people.
Any dietary or allergies requirements to be confirmed at the time of booking.
For bookings, contact us on 066 712 3322 or email firstname.lastname@example.org