An Seanachai stands for the storyteller in Irish. In the ancient Celtic culture, the history and laws of the people were not written down but memorized in long lyric poems which were recited by bards in a tradition echoed by the seanchaithe.
We offer corporate Breakfast Lunch and dinner facilities from 2 to 80 guests.
Our fantastic location on the N25 means that we are ideally situated for meetings between Cork and Waterford.
Here at An Seanachai we are able to create that unique celebration for your event.We cater for weddings, Christening’s, Birthdays Anniversaries, Family Reunions in fact tell us what your special occasion is and we will create a very special event for you.
Here at An Seanachai we offer a complete party management service including arrangement of accomodation, local transport, entertainment, special menus, venue styling in fact everything to ensure that your special occasion is a very special event.
The graveyard was commissioned when the original in Kilrush became full. It was commissioned in July of 1847 and was opened by the end of November the same year. The Gates were made by William Veale after his tender of 14 shillings was successful. Seamus Clandillian wrote in 1925 that a wooden cross marked the site. He also told of the old woman being tang taken to the site who regained consciousness and went on to live to a ripe old age. The Graveyard which is adjacent to the pub is still popular with visitors to this day.