Bunratty Castle Medieval Banquets - Countyclare
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At night, Bunratty plays host to medieval banquets held throughout the year, where guests are treated to an evening of fantastic entertainment by the world famous Bunratty singers, a sumptuous meal and a mead reception.
The Ladies of the Castle, aided and abetted by the Earl's Butler, welcome guests from the four corners of the globe to dine at The Earl's Banquet at Bunratty Castle. The entertainment provided by the world renowned Bunratty Castle entertainers, accompanied by harp and violin is a fitting complement to the mead reception, four course feast, and of course the great wine. Click here to see the menu and detailed itinerary.
The Bunratty Castle Medieval Banquet is held twice nightly at either 5.30pm (finish 7.45pm approx) or 8.45pm (finish 11pm approx).
Why not join the Earl of Thomond in the splendor of the main guard of Bunratty Castle for a dinner experience not to be missed!
Traditional Irish Night
Experience the magic of Irish traditional music, song and dance at the Corn-Barn in Bunratty Folk Park. Enjoy the company of the finest singers, dancers and musicians of the local villages. Dine on home cooked food, excellent wine while enjoying lively entertainment and Irish traditional music that will have your feet tapping and your hands clapping .......you might even learn a step or two!
The traditional Irish Night takes place between April to October at 7.00pm nightly. Menu and evening's schedule at the Traditional Irish Night.
Reservations are necessary at the Medieval Banquets and the Traditional Irish Night.
Book online at Shannon Heritage or call + 353 61 360788
Visit the Bunratty Castle profile to learn more about the daytime activities at Bunratty.
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