Dining Experience

The Delphi Dining Experience

The food at Delphi Lodge is highly praised, with delicious breakfasts, lunches and dinners that make full use of local seafood, salmon, lamb, game and other fresh produce from the area. And there’s a great wine list, featuring over 200 fairly-priced wines. Our Head Chef Pascal Marinot is an award winning chef in Ireland and France.

CONNEMARA’S CLASSY CUISINE
“The ultimate food experience has to be at Delphi Lodge in Co Mayo. Guests are encouraged to think of the Lodge more as a country houseparty than a hotel. It features a cosy library with a roaring fire, fishing on the lake or river, and one big dining table where all guests sit down to eat together.”

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Delphi Lodge Evening Dinner Menu – Sample 3
Delphi Lodge Evening Dinner Menu – Sample 4

Five Best Irish Country House Hotels
 “Delphi Lodge – In the 1830s the Marquis of Sligo built a sporting retreat in a beautiful location at the foot of Connacht’s highest mountains. The resulting Delphi Lodge is now a 13-bedroom retreat where guests enjoy a houseparty atmosphere with gourmet meals served every evening around an old oak dining table.”

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30/04/2017

Delphi Events Calendar May

Quite honestly, there’s a Festival for everything this month! Fancy being active?  How about the Leenane Walking Festival, the Annual Famine Walk, Tour de Connemara or Connemara Bog Week?  Looking for some music? There’s the annual and internationally […]

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12/04/2017

Three for Week 14

Well after what only can be described as a March more akin to normal as regards rainfall, April has returned to more settled weather like we experienced over the winter months. The only real exception to this was […]

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02/04/2017

March Finishes with a Family Affair

Well the year rolls on and we are now into April and two months of the fishing season have already passed. Catches picked up somewhat during March but this would be expected as historically it was always a […]

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