We’ve created The Pods to offer a luxury hideaway where you can escape the noise and stress of everyday life. You don’t even need to leave the farm to shop, as we can provide you with everything you need* to make the most of your countryside sanctuary.
* Please note that there is an additional charge for hampers.
To avoid disappointment, please place your order when you book your stay.
We are incredibly lucky to be situated so close to many amazing eateries, and yet we feel so far away from the chaos of the city. If you fancy heading out to explore, we can highly recommend dining at one of the below:
Eastpoint Entertainment Village
If you are looking for something easy and close-by, the village is just a minute down the road. You will find lots of casual eateries there, but Wolfes is probably the most popular, offering an American Diner experience.
A popular brasserie nestled in the heart of Belfast’s Ballyhackamore Village. Its menu offers small plates, local cuts and fresh fish, as well as a dedicated vegan menu. The Wednesday Tapas nights are great fun, and the Sunday carvery is 10/10.
This is our personal favourite place to dine out at the moment. Joxer is located in Holywood, about a 10-15 minute drive over the hills from The Pods.
During the day, it serves up an epic brunch and speciality coffee, whilst in the evenings they offer an amazing menu of small plates inspired by rustic Mediterranean flavours. Customer service is always top level and there never fails to be a good buzz about the place!
As well as serving up rustic Italian dishes skillfully prepared using the best local produce, Il Pirata has a great selection of Cichetti and wines.
Uniquely located in the shipping containers at C.S Lewis Square, Freight is a real destination restaurant. The staff will make sure your dining experience is fun and vibrant, and the food is equally incredible.
Our personal favourite brunch spot! These guys offer the best smashed avo and strong coffee.
We consider this spot our local as it’s just a few minutes’ taxi ride away. It’s a really welcoming pub and restaurant. Having travelled the world, we are yet to find an espresso martini that beats Horatio Todds’.
Babel is Bullitt Hotel’s stunning rooftop bar and garden and offers panoramic city views. A decadent experience during your stay.
This area is full of so many fantastic bars, it’s impossible to name them all. The Dirty Onion is in one of Belfast’s oldest buildings dating back to 1780 – it has a great beer garden and live music. The Harp Bar is the perfect atmospheric Irish pub, adorned with antique furnishings resonant with Victorian Belfast. It serves up live music and all the ‘Belfast craic’ you could wish for.