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Butler House

Patrick Street, Kilkenny

Once the dower house of Kilkenny Castle, this fine Georgian building fronts onto the main street with secluded gardens at the rear, through which you stroll to have a full Irish breakfast in the Kilkenny Design Centre. A continental breakfast however, is served in the bedrooms, which all feature contemporary decor. There is a comfortable foyer lounge and conference-banqueting suites.

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Langton House Hotel

John Street, Kilkenny City

This hotel, situated in the heart of the Mediaeval city of Kilkenny, has long had a well-deserved reputation for its genuine hospitality as a vibrant and entertainment venue with many strings to its bow. There is a nightclub with free access for resident guests and up to seven bars to choose from. The most recent addition is the much talked about Set Theatre, where leading performers take to the stage. There is a range of bedroom options, many in the garden annexe; all are very comfortable and smartly decorated, with the junior suites in the main house being particularly well appointed. Eating options include The Langton, a busy restaurant serving dinner, and the more casual, all-day '67', a lively bar popular with visitors and locals that features live music groups most evenings. The elegant Tea Room is open throughout the day.

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Lyrath Estate Hotel

Old Dublin Road, Kilkenny

Located a short drive from Kilkenny City, and set in 170 acres of mature parkland and lakeland, this 17th century house has been carefully restored and greatly expanded to one of the country’s largest convention centres, with a myriad of event spaces and public areas. The property enjoys a strong Wedding market in the public rooms of the main house, some of which retain many of the original architectural features. Bedrooms are predominantly in a separate block, all well-appointed and en suite. Some are available in the original house. There are great dining options to be savoured here, from La Perla the more traditional restaurant, to Yindees a very popular oriental option and Tuppers bar for all day dining.Guests have complimentary access to the Health Club & gym, with Spa treatments and a thermal suite available at a supplement

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Mount Juliet Hotel

Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny
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Mount Juliet Estate is set in 1,500 acres of parkland with a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course and an equestrian centre. The elegant and spacious public areas of the house retain many of the original architectural features including ornate plasterwork and Adam fireplaces. Bedrooms and suites are elegant and comfortably appointed to a high standard, with more compact rooms available in the Clubhouse annexe, less than a five minute walk away. Award winning fine dining is on offer in the ornate Lady Helen restaurant overlooking the river; with Brasserie style cuisine in Kendal's located in the golf clubhouse. The President's Bar is the location for all-day dining from an interesting menu and an opportunity for al fresco dining when the weather permits. The hotel has an excellent spa and health club, with other country pursuits and activities also available.

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