Rayanne House famed for its exceptional cuisine has the “Titanic Menu”, a recreation of the dinner, served in the first-class restaurant, on the most famous ship in the world. Stay at Rayanne House and feel the history, see photos and hear about the residents of Rayanne House in 1912.
Northern Ireland has a rich maritime and industrial history and with the 108th anniversary of the Titanic this year, now is the time for people to find out more about the history of the world’s most famous ship. No better way that to experience a Taste of the Titanic.
Perhaps take the Titanic Tour conducted by Susie Millar, the great-granddaughter of Thomas Millar, who worked in Harland & Wolff on the construction of Titanic and then sailed onboard her as an engineer on the fateful maiden voyage to New York in April 1912.
Visit Titanic Belfast the world’s largest Titanic visitor attraction. Soak up the history at the Titanic’s Dock and Pump House or take a boat tour all just 5 miles from Rayanne House.
In the evening relax and enjoy the Titanic feast, the 9 course Menu (View Menu) It has generated global interest and is truly a unique dining experience, served in a beautiful historic property built in 1886, which enjoys views of the Lough, from which the Titanic sailed.
The gourmet experience isn’t over yet …awake to our extensive Gourmet Breakfast Menu. It is legendary, winning the AA Breakfast of the year and Egg Cup awards. Relax and enjoy the grounds and gardens for the rest of day.
Upcoming dates -
9 course Titanic Menu - Jan 16th, Feb 13th, March 13th (More 2021 dates TBC)
7 Course Tasting menu - Jan 30th, Feb 27th, March 27th (More 2021 dates TBC)