Grove House Restaurant with rooms in Schull, West Cork
Grove House Schull – This is a family run business located in the heart of West Cork on the route of the Wild Atlantic Way.
We have been in business since 2005, but the house itself has been run as a going concern since 1890. A historic building with huge importance for the history of Schull and the Mizen Peninsula. Or “Carbery Riviera” as it used to be called.
Grove House has previously hosted distinguished guests such as George Bernard Shaw, Jack B Yeats and Edith Somerville. In keeping with the history of Grove House, we continue as an artistic hub today with regular music recitals, artwork and writers’ retreat, as well as a restaurant.
Restaurant – We are very fortunate in Schull to have so many local producers of cheese, meat and vegetables – as well as our own vegetable garden and fresh eggs. The restaurant offers a wide choice menu. The tradition of food and cooking has been a huge part in the Runske/Noren family for generations. We are a great team working at Grove House and are very proud of what we have created.
Accommodation – We have four bedrooms as guest rooms. They are all spacious rooms, en-suite and with the best linens. There is a lovely domestic kitchen on the same floor as the rooms that guests can use for making breakfast. Tea, Coffee and milk is always available.
Grove House – With two reception rooms, dining room, complete with conservatory, a grand piano, outside seating area, beautiful gardens and stunning view of the harbour, Grove House has a lot to offer.
Grove House is a Georgian House with all the charms of an Old World mixed with the Beauty of today.