The Wine Room
This wonderfully authentic and atmospheric room is the most private of the 3 rooms available for small parties at Gordon Ramsay at Powerscourt. Located off the kitchen and separate from the main restaurant, The Wine Room seats a minimum of 2 people for a very private and romantic dinner or a maximum of 10 people who wish to enjoy the quiet seclusion of a space filled with some of the finest wines in the world including Châteaux Margaux 1955; Châteaux Cheval Blanc 1966; Mouton Rotchild 1982 and Taylor’s Port 1924.
This semi-private dining room is named after Avondale House, the Wicklow birthplace of Charles Stewart Parnell, one of the greatest political leaders in Irish history. Opening onto the main restaurant on one side, this room seats a maximum of 14 people and is the ideal venue for a small group who wish to enjoy a hearty discussion without disturbing the relaxation of other guests and while still allowing the atmosphere of the restaurant to permeate through.
This semi-private dining room is named after one of the greatest Irish gardens, located in County Wicklow and designed by William Robinson, the influential and brilliant Irish garden designer who believed in the natural approach as opposed to the more formal approach of those who preceded him. Mount Usher is the largest of the private dining spaces and seats up to 25 people.