Kilgraney house is an elegant 19th Century Georgian country house set in five acres of manicured herb gardens on the eastern slopes of the Barrow valley in county Carlow. Halfway between Bagenalstown and Borris.
Kilgraney House and herb garden is set in rural country Carlow in the south east of Ireland. The house offers a unique blend of hospitality designed to indulge your senses.
Play a game of croquet on the lawn or walk through the herb filled gardens. Dine in the cherub adorned dining room, or relax in the drawing room by an open fire. Relax with an invigorating aromatherapy massage or a pampering facial.
The interior provides an eclectic and chic marriage of Georgian country house and oriental style in a homely setting. Offering the comforts and facilities you would expect from a small intimate hotel.
Guest accommodation comprises of six comfortable bedrooms and two contemporary courtyard suites. All guest bedrooms are furnished and decorated in their own unique style and all have en-suite bathroom facilities. All bedrooms are non-smoking rooms.
There are two dining rooms at Kilgrane: the cherub-adorned, mulberry dining room for a more intimate experience and the tribal art dining room where communal dining is offered around a locally made limestone table complete with cutlery, crockery and glassware sourced as far away as Thailand and as close as Kilkenny.
The AromaSpa is a bespoke aromatherapy centre in a restored apple storehouse in the gardens of Kilgraney. It offers an all-encompassing selection of treatments for both men and women that incorporate luxurious essential oil blends formulated by internationally renowned aromatherapy associates.
The herb gardens at Kilgraney consist of a series of interconnecting herbal gardens. There is a large kitchen garden, a tea walk, a medicinal herb courtyard, a medieval monastic herb garden and a garden of aromatic and fragrant herbs.
Come to Kilgraney to experience a unique country retreat away from the hassle and bustle of everyday life.