Originally a country farm cottage additional room was added in 1847 to cater for the crowds of mourners who came to bury their dead in the adjacent famine graveyard.
For 160 years An Seanachai has been offering the best in Irish Hospitality and as we begin a new chapter in the remarkable story of this historic building we would love to welcome you to visit. Meet friends in the long bar for a pint and the Craic, join us for Breakfast, lunch or dinner with friends and enjoy locally sourced fresh food prepared by our chefs or even join us on our special music and storytelling nights. Whatever the occasion pop into An Seanachai where you will always go home with a great story to tell.
The Seanachai Room is a comfortable place to relax with a pre dinner cocktail or Gin and Tonic. Why not have a quick read through our collection of cookery books to wet your lips before dinner.
Guinness available for the traditionalist
A daily lunch menu is offered from 12 noon to 3pm with a great choice of daily specials, blaa’s or Galega Baguettes. FYI Blaa’s are a bread native to Waterford
One of the many hidden gems is the garden that sits just outside the Seanachai room. A fine place for that Martini shaken not stirred.