103 Accommodation, 6 Events , 218 Things to do
The Mount Juliet Estate offers a luxury riding holiday in the estate and surrounding countryside of Thomastown, County Kilkenny. This excellent facility caters for groups and individuals, experienced riders and beginners.
Two minute walk from city centre. Two minutes from train and bus station. Private lock up parking. Tea making facilities. T.V in all rooms. Near Cinemas. Close to all night life. No Taxis needed.
Nicholas Mosse Pottery and Mill Café is set in a former flour mill in the picturesque village of Bennetsbridge, County Kilkenny. Visitors can browse the range of pottery, linen and glass, and enjoy food and drinks in the upstairs café.
Reptile Village Zoo is Ireland's only reptile zoo, located in Gowran village, Co.Kilkenny. We are just 10 minutes away from exit 7 on the M9 Dublin - Waterford road and 5 minutes from Gowran Race Course.
Castlecomer Country Markets has locally produced crafts, homemade foods, home grown flowers and vegetables all available every Friday morning in Castlecomer, County Kilkenny.
Kilbawn Country House is a new bed and breakfast offering luxury accommodation in the heart of the Kilkenny countryside.
The Knockroe passage tomb in County Kilkenny is one of the lesser known of its kind, having really only been excavated since 1990.
On the peaceful grounds of the historic Croan House, in County Kilkenny, are five traditional style cottages. The cottages are set around a courtyard, on a working farm and are approached by a drive of ancient lime trees.
The four star Newpark Hotel, member of the Flynn Hotel Group, is set in 20 acres of parkland, yet only a short stroll from the Medieval city of Kilkenny. Hotel has 129 superior rooms and suites.
Experience our state of the art bowling lanes and computers. Wait your turn to bowl in comfort on our leather sofas enjoying the atmosphere.
From €85.00 PPS
280.00 pp half board, includes all trips etc
From €85 pp per week
From €12 per person per night
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