We traveled from Galway with 4 kids to An Seanachaí for a family getaway and we were not disappointed. We were greeted at reception by a lovely young lady who we got the keys to our house from, so we went and settled in and...More
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Very disappointing. Stayed with family on short break in holiday home number 5. Overwhelming odour of mustiness and dampness which was a massive issue for our kids who are asthmatic. Appeared to be flies nesting in attic and kept entering master bedroom area. Kitchen cupboards...More
Called for a drink on the way home last night all i got was insulted. Wont be back again. Terrible place KEVINMore
Kevin I can only apologise again for your experience when visiting An Seanachai. As explained in the E Mail that we sent after your visit the member of staff who dealt with you no longer serves behind the bar. We completely accept that the way...More
Second visit for a family dinner since it reopened. After the first trip we resolved to give it a second chance but we won't be back. The menu is weak, and the food not great value. The place was cold, heating not on in December....More
Our experience at this location was as a family with my wife and our two boys, aged 5 and 10. We were driving from Dungarvan to Ardmore a few weekends ago. It was a Sunday night and, for whatever reason, we couldn't find a place...More
We had my sons 18th birthday celebration here for 22 of us. The food was delicious, the steaks were cooked perfectly for everyone and we had a lovely night. We have been back several times since for lunch and evening meals and all have been...More
This is a lovely traditional pub, with great tasty food and lovely staff. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. All great !! Definately worth a visit.
Delicious food! Homey and comfortable. A beautiful old pub with a good selection of menu items. Evidently under new ownership, but fear not. The chef has the menu in hand.