ARE YOU READY TO?

- DINE WITH THE GODS & WARRIORS
OF MYTHOLOGICAL IRELAND
- HEARTY IRISH 4 COURSE MEAL WITH FREE WINE & MEAD
- GET FUN PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE CAST 
- REVEL IN LIVE IRISH DANCING, SINGING,STORYTELLING &
BATTLE RE-ENACTMENTS


* Check out the Tasty Menu here: Celtic Feast Menu *

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Award 15

Very proud to Win this Award and even greater to Win against the fabulous Derry City Council and their terrific Tourism Efforts.   

Next Feast:

Sunday 11th December

2016 Feasts:
Saturday 23rd January   
Easter Saturday 26th March 
Sunday 1st May (UK/ROI Bank Holiday)
5th June Sunday (ROI Bank Holiday
Sunday 10th July  
Sunday 31st July (ROI Bank Holiday)
Sunday 28th August (UK Bank Holiday) 
Sunday 11th December  

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(Tickets are non-refundable but may be transferable subject to availability)

Time:

7pm sharp - 10:30pm

Price:
Adults:               €40
Child 10 - 12:     €30
Child 6 - 9:         €20
Child under 6:    Free


For more information and to Book your Tickets,
Please contact +353 74 93 68900 or email:  info@angriananhotel.com


' A Magical Night of entertainment that has to be experienced! ' 

Testimonials
Margaret D, Donegal - "We went for a night out with a difference at An Grainan hotel celebrating local history in word dance music and food . When we arrived at the hotel two men dressed as celtic warriors met us in the lobby and you could have a photograph taken with them. We then were offered a glass of mead a honey based drink. The function room was decorated in celtic design with wall hangings and table and stools decorated in viking age old pottery. We were entertained during meal by very professional musicians and a narrator telling the story of local history and a presentation shown on a large screen , warriors dancing and irish dancers performing during the meal typical of the era of broth , followed by roast chicken or ham hog with potatoes and veg and rhubarb and custard with wine served all through the evening. We spent an evening at Bunraty Castle at a similar event but this was more enjoyable. The hotel also has a museum in the grounds. The staff were very welcoming and the service and entertainment was excellent. Stayed July 2014, traveled with friends "
DL Traveller66 - " Was at the Celtic Feast Night last night, great nights entertainment and food, we were there with the family and everyone from the 10 year old to the teenagers really enjoyed the show (Dancers "amazing" was the quote from the 10 year old). Everyone enjoyed the food. If your looking for a nights entertainment with great food give it a try. "