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Hotel Kilkenny - Kilkenny Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Kilkenny

College Road, Kilkenny - Map
 
 
"Lovely Hotel."
Great value for dollar. We had a lovely quite room. The breakfast was excellent. I would recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a lovely place to stay.
Traveller from Ottawa, Ontario
Newpark Hotel - Kilkenny Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Newpark Hotel

Castlecomer Road, Kilkenny - Map
 
 
"Top notch hotel on edge of Kilkenny city"
check in was excellent, very friendly staff offered me a mince pie and some hot chocolate and a room upgrade as i hadbeen at the hotel 30 years previously. Hotel has changed, been upgraded and my room was on a par with any of the 5 star hotels i have stayed at in Asia. Lovely ambiance in the hotel, bed was v v comfy. excellent coffee at breakfast. Will return in summer.
Traveller from Glasgow
Pembroke Hotel - Kilkenny Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Pembroke Hotel

11 Patrick Street, Kilkenny - Map
 
 
"Very close to town & very clean, comfortable room"
Very nice spacious room, was extremely clean & bed was very comfortable. Reception staff were extremely helpful & I would recommend to friends
Traveller from northern ireland
Berkeley House Kilkenny - Kilkenny Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Berkeley House Kilkenny

5 Patrick Street, Kilkenny - Map
 
 
"Perfect location. Wonderful stay."
Great central location to all restaurants and the castle. Easy offsite secure parking. Staff were first class, nothing too much trouble and so helpful. Hotel was spacious and comfortable and well maintained. Not modern but very clean and good.
Traveller from Sydney
Aspect Hotel Kilkenny - Kilkenny Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Aspect Hotel Kilkenny

Ring Road, Kilkenny - Map
 
 
"Nice tripple roomed hotel"
Lovely receptionist, included WiFi and breakfast for the 3 of us so that was value for money. Free carpark and short drive into town. Great stay.
Traveller from England
Kilford Arms Hotel - Kilkenny Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Kilford Arms Hotel

John Street, Kilkenny - Map
 
 
"Nice central location. "
Great hotel. Room was great. Staff were helpful and location was excellent. Definitely would go back again.
Traveller from Ayrshire
O'Malley's Bed & Breakfast - Kilkenny Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

O'Malley's Bed & Breakfast

1-3 Ormonde Court, Ormonde Road, Kilkenny - Map
 
 
"Lovely and Convenient"
Very warm welcome and suggestions for what to see and where to eat. Pleased with how close the B&B is from the Ormonde Road bus stop and greatly appreciated being able to wait inside the B&B for the bus the next day. Room was lovely and clean.
Traveller from North Carolina
Kilkenny Ormonde Hotel - Kilkenny Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Kilkenny Ormonde Hotel

Ormonde Street, Kilkenny - Map
 
 
"A stay at the Kilkenny Ormonde Hotel"
The initial welcome was not the greatest but the subsequent interactions with the staff were very good. The bedrooms need upgrading as they are very "tired". We found the location very central for going around the town, which means you do not need a car or taxi. We particularly enjoyed a couple of pubs with live traditional music.
Traveller from Welwyn UK
Springhill Court Hotel - Kilkenny Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Springhill Court Hotel

Waterford Road, Kilkenny - Map
 
 
"very pleasant comfortable room great breakfast :-)"
very pleasant comfortable room great breakfast :-) would definitely stay again and recommend to others.
A Traveller
Lyrath Estate Hotel Spa & Convention Centre - Kilkenny Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Lyrath Estate Hotel Spa & Convention Centre

Dublin Road Kilkenny, Kilkenny - Map
 
 
The breakfast was great. We also had dinner at the Asian restaurant and it was delicious!
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Kilkenny

    Situated in what is affectionately known as the “Sunny South East” of Ireland, Kilkenny is home to approximately 25,000 people and is the smallest city in population in the Republic of Ireland, but don’t let that fool you, sitting just 75 miles southwest of DublinKilkenny is a hub of culture, beauty and history.

    Often referred to as Ireland’s Medieval Capital, Kilkenny draws thousands of historians, travellers, tourists and wide eyed visitors to experience the night life, the rich history and the beautiful streets of one of Ireland’s most loved cities.

    Rich in History & Culture

    Kilkenny holds an ancient city status rightfully attributed due to the magnificent St. Canices Cathedral and an old royal charter dating back from 1609. The city has the greatest concentration of medieval churches in Ireland. It is sometimes referred to as the Marble City as black polished limestone (“marble”) was quarried around the city. And of course, there’s the beautiful Kilkenny Castle. Not just your average castle or piece of history, Kilkenny Castle is a one of the most recognisable - and most visited - buildings in Ireland. The castle was founded in medieval times, but it’s most significant moments have been played out during more recent history. The castle was featured in Oliver Cromwell's re-conquest of Ireland in 1650; and was besieged during the Irish Civil War in 1922. So, if you’re looking for a magnificent piece of architecture with a vibrant history – then look no further.

    Calling all Festival Goers

    No stranger to the festival scene, Kilkenny plays host to three main festivals a year which bring large crowds from all over Ireland and further afield. In May the Rhythm and Roots music festival take place, June bank holiday weekend sees the Cat Laughs Comedy Festival takes place and in August the Kilkenny Arts Festival comes to life. Don’t worry if you aren’t visiting over the summer months as Kilkenny has so much more to offer in terms of entertainment than just festivals!

    Knockout Nightlife

    Langtons Bar & Club, Kilkenny is known for both the pub and the club – it has won National 'Pub of the Year' and it's equally impressive restaurant has won the National Restaurant Award on three occasions. Go here for some great grub and a real Kilkenny welcome. The same family own and run the Marble City Bar which is another local favourite for great good in lovely surroundings.

    Bathed in Beauty

    Beautiful scenery is a consistent finding in Kilkenny and you won’t be hard pushed to find a beautiful garden or park to enjoy this fine scenery. Kilfane Glen and Waterfall is a pristine example of a romantic era garden dating from the 1790s – even in their nature, Kilkenny is historically rich. Untouched for 200 years this park is a paradise with a waterfall tumbling its way to a rushing stream and woodland paths leading to a beautiful cottage. Situated in Kilkenny city - Rothe House & Garden is a unique Irish merchant's townhouse, built between 1594 and 1610. The property comprises three houses, three enclosed courtyards and a large garden, all of which have been reconstructed to reflect a typical 17th century garden of the period so you can experience the beauty of the time.

    In many ways, Kilkenny is a historian’s dream city, but don’t be put off by that if history isn’t your thing because Kilkenny is still one of the most beautiful places in Ireland. A warm welcome, a great tradition of live Irish music and a city full of life awaits you in Kilkenny.

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