Bunratty Castle Banquet
Accommodation with us at Bunratty Meadows.
ACCOMMODATION WITH US AT BUNRATTY MEADOWS
MEDIEVAL BANQUET FEAST IN BUNRATTY CASTLE
50% DISCOUNT TO BUNRATTY CASTLE & FOLK PARK (DAILY ENTRANCE)
From €89 – €93 per person sharing
Subject to Availability.
Details on the Banquet Bunratty Castle, was built in the 15th century by the Earl of Thomond and stands on the banks of the Rathy River. From here The Earl ruled over his Chiefdom and entertained lavishly, in fact he was famous for his hospitality. Following this tradition of hospitality, the world renowned Bunratty Medieval Banquet is held twice nightly throughout the year.
After a short atmospheric walk through Bunratty Folk Park Guests reach the Castle at the castle gate where a kilted piper plays a tune of welcome. Cross the drawbridge and enter the castle to the ‘Bite of Friendship’ offered to protect you within the walls of the castle. In the Upper Great Hall, resplendent with tapestries and furniture of the 16th Century, you will receive a goblet or two of Mead.The Butler relays the history of Bunratty and you can enjoy a medieval madrigal by the Castle Singers. It is here that the Earl & Lady are crowned for the evening before descending to the banquet hall where bench seating, candle-light and long oak tables reflect the banqueting style of the medieval era. The 4 course meal is a pleasant balance of contrasting Irish meat dishes served during the period and is accompanied with music and song.•After dinner, you will sit back, relax and enjoy the entertainment programme – a selection of Irish medieval and traditional songs and instrumental music by 11 Entertainers.
Aperitif – BunrattyMead
Spiced Parsnip Soup
Spare Ribs with Honey & Whiskey Sauce
Breast of Chicken with Apple & Mead sauce, served with potatoes and seasonal vegetables.
Rastin (Fruit of the Forest Mousse on a Biscuit Base)
Coffee / Tea
Tomato and Buffalo mozzarella tartlet with red Onion Marmalade, garlic aioli.
(Vegetarian Option available)
This unsurpassed mediaeval experience held in the
world-famous 15th century Bunratty castle lasts two and a half hours.
Open All Year
(Except Good Friday, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day)
Subject to availability
First Sitting – 5.30pm
Second Sitting – 8.45pm
141 seats with limited baby chairs available.