105 Accommodation, 12 Events , 218 Things to do
Stathams Bar and Restaurant at the Pembroke Hotel, Patrick Street in Kilkenny City serves hearty rustic food with a creative flair in cosy surroundings.
Warm, comfortable home in quiet cul de sac. 5 minutes walk to City Centre, all rooms en suite with multichannel TV, clocks and hairdryers. Private Parking.
Knockanore Farm -Beech Lodge is a two-storey, semi-detached, holiday home set in idyllic countryside on a dairy-farm in the Nore Valley, only 15 minutes from the medieval City of Kilkenny.
The Kilford Arms Hotel is enviably located, just yards from the train and bus station and minutes walk from Kilkenny City Centre.
The Gables Self Catering Accommodation, a former 18th Century fishing lodge located adjacent to Kilkenny City, stands on the original site of the old Archersgrove House. This property offers old world charm in a peaceful country setting.
Knockanore Farm – Oak Lodge is a semi-detached, holiday home set in idyllic countryside on a dairy-farm in the Nore Valley, only 15 minutes from the medieval City of Kilkenny.
Join us in Kilkenny for a unique and Cultural Sporting Experience and let us show you the fun, passion, skill and Pride of hurling- the World’s Oldest and Fastest Field Game. Times of Event from 12pm – 2pm OR 2.30pm – 4.30pm., any day of the week.
The loop starts at the visitors car park at the Discovery Park in Castlecomer Demesne just 1km north of Castlecomer.
Mar 14 2014 - Mar 17 2014
A four-day feast of traditional music, song and dance with concerts from Ireland's top musicians, free open air music, family activities, céilís, Trad Trail, workshops, instrument master classes &...
One of two purpose-built two storey cottages set in mature parkland overlooking Mount Leinster and the Blackstairs Mountains, in County Kilkenny. The ideal location to unwind and relax in lovely surroundings steeped in history.
€100 Per Night
280.00 pp half board, includes all trips etc
From €85.00 PPS
€379.00 Per Couple
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