Bed and Breakfasts in Co Kilkenny

Famed for "that drink" , Kilkenny has plenty to offer the visitor. Historic sites, lots of forests, walking trails plus of course theres Kilkenny Castle, Kilkieran's High Crosses and lots more besides.

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Rosquil House, Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

PPPN €40
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
Located in the historic medieval city of Kilkenny, Rosquil House offers lovely bed and breakfast accommodation in exquisitely appointed rooms. Priding ourselves on our Irish hospitality and located in the perfect to discover everything that the county of Kilkenny has to offer, a warm welcome awaits you at Rosquil. Rosquil House has exquisitely appointed rooms, all en suite with bath, shower and hairdryer. One of our rooms is a wheelchair accessible double room with disabled amenities. Our bedrooms also provide the following for our guests: Multi channel TV. Hair dryer/iron etc. Tea making facilities. All bedrooms are non smoking. Additional features for our guests: Free Wi-Fi available. Private parking. Spacious residents lounge. Smoking patio. Walking distance to the city centre (view location map). Pets welcome. Close to Kilkenny Golf Club. Fáilte Ireland approved. We also welcome you to stay at our newly built self catering apartment, The Mews @ Rosquil House, Kilkenny. Breakfast is a culinary treat where in addition to the traditional Irish breakfast such options as Irish smoked salmon omelette or spinach quiche in a wholewheat pastry are served. The buffet offers a varied choice of fruit compotes, organic yogurt, granola, bread, cakes & scones all homemade using local produce whenever possible. Kilkenny has a range of attractions just waiting to be discovered. Kilkenny Castle is located on elevated ground beside the river at the south eastern end of the city. The castle was built in the thirteenth century on the site of an earlier fort. Kilkenny Castle provides guided tours, an art gallery, a café during summer, extensive grounds and a childrens play area. Also worth a visit is the Cicsterian abbey of Jerpoint, the magnificent 16th century Tudor building of Rothe House, whilst for those who enjoy craft there is the National Crafts Gallery close to the castle. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From €40 per person per night. Children are welcome. Children under 12 get a 50% discount. Pets are welcome by arrangement. Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for details. Off street parking. Dinner available. Wi-Fi/internet access. 4 Star Fáilte Ireland. Recommended by Georgina Campbells Ireland Guide.

Rodini B&B, Kilkenny, County Kilkenny

PPPN €34 - €45
Allows PetsNo SmokingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
Rodini B&B is a comfortable family home where a warm and friendly welcome awaits you. We are situated in a quiet area a few minutes walk from Springhill Hotel and a short drive from Hotel Kilkenny. We here at Rodini B & B are a 10 mins walk or a few minutes by car or taxi from Kilkenny's Medieval Castle and City Centre. The guest accommodation here is of a high standard as is the quality of breakfast and we always strive to meet any individual requirments. We offer family rooms and families and small groups are catered for. Comfortable home. Convenient Hotels, City Centre, Castle and other amenities. Family room. Electric blankets, Hairdryers available. Ideal base to tour the beautiful historic South East. Medieval Kilkenny is regarded as one of Ireland's finest cities, boasting something for everyone: History, architecture, crafts, sports and is host to many festivals. Of historical interest are Kilkenny's Castle, Cathedrals and churches with many monastic settlements and Abbeys scattered around the county. Most notable are Jerpoint Abbey near Thomastown and the village of Kells 10 miles from the city. Kilkenny's location is ideally suited if you wish to travel the South East of Ireland with many other towns and cities of interest within easy travelling distance. We are only 2 hours from Dublin and Dún Laoghaire and 62 miles from Rosslaire harbour. Rates: €34 - €45 per person per night. Children are welcome. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access.

Bridge View Bed & Breakfast, Kilkenny City, County Kilkenny

PR2S €70
Allows PetsNo SmokingGardenDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
Bridge View Bed and Breakfast is a lovely quaint little bed and breakfast in the heart of Kilkenny City. The B&B is located in the shadow of Kilkenny Castle, with over looking views of the river Nore, and close to all shops, restaurants and tourist sites. Bridge View B&B is ideal for that weekend break in Kilkenny Bridge View Guest House offers a warm and friendly stay. Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, minutes from the City Centre. This Bed and Breakfast is in the shadow of Kilkenny Castle, with over looking views of the river Nore, it is an ideal weekend break. All our rooms are en-suite with hairdryer, tea & coffee facilities, TV, and Full Irish Breakfast included. Cots are available on request. Facilities: All Rooms En-Suite TV and Tea/Coffee facilities in all rooms On Street Parking Full Irish Breakfast Minutes from City Centre WIFI for Guest use Large Groups catered for Breakfast at Bridge View Bed and Breakfast includes - Full Irish Breakfast, Bacon, Egg, Sausage, Tomato, Black & White Pudding. Freshly Ground Coffee, Tea. Local Area: Bridge view is in an ideal location in Kilkenny City. Everything is on our doorstep from Kilkenny Restaurants & Pubs, to shopping and coffee shops. Kilkenny Castle - This superb castle is located on elevated ground beside the river at the south-eastern end of the city. The castle was built in the thirteenth century on the site of an earlier fort. However, the present building is vastly different from the stronghold erected by Strongbow in the middle ages. National Crafts Gallery - The National Crafts Gallery is located in Castle Yard directly across from Kilkenny Castle. This gallery was initiated by the Crafts Council of Ireland with the objective of stimulating an innovative and quality design ethos in the Irish crafts sector. The Rates: From €70 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. From €120 per family room per night. Children are welcome. Pets are welcome. Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for details. Wi-Fi/internet access.

Ballyduff House, Thomastown, Co Kilkenny

PPPN €50
PR2S €100
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
Ballyduff House can be found approximately 3 km from Thomastown in County Kilkenny and is a classic Georgian country house with a 14th Century castle, steeped in Irish history and full of the warmest of welcomes. Ballyduff House was used as a location for the award winning film Circle of Friends and is located in ‘real Ireland’ where there are many calm, green and beautiful luscious views. Owner Brede Thomas is a wonderfully warm and vivacious host for whom nothing is too much trouble. A visit to Ballyduff House is an experience to treasure. The River Nore sparkles as it runs along Ballyduff’s riverbank while sheep and cattle graze the pasture either side. Open fires, the book lined library and the comfortable guest bedrooms furnished with Irish antiques capture an early 18th Century experience tempered by discreet 21st century comfort. The guest bedrooms at Ballyduff House have, as has the rest of the house, kept their original proportions. Spacious, comfortable and elegantly decorated, each of our guest rooms has its own charm. Depending on which room you have you are either looking out over the River Nore to the rear of the house, or over rolling parkland and gardens to the front and side of the house. During their stay guests can also relax and unwind in our beautiful library or elegant drawing room. There are many activities in the area to suit all tastes. Historically the area is famous for Fox hunting over the several hundred surrounding acres. Brede Thomas has been a host too many lawn meets for the Kilkenny Hunt which has been hunting the area for over two hundred years. Any keen fishing enthusiast will also recommend the waters of the Nore for its excellent salmon and trout fishing. You can also go canoeing on the Nore. For the less adventurous there are many beautiful and scenic walks all around both Ballyduff and down the river in Inistioge, where one can explore the Woodstock estate and gardens. Golf and other activities can also be arranged. Ballyduff House, as well as hosting weddings, is also the perfect settings for private parties, events, conferences, and social gatherings of any kind. Depending on the season, the use of the House together with the extensive and beautifully kept grounds and walled garden can make for a highly successful and memorable social engagement. Marquees, catering, floral display and transport to suit your needs for any occasion can be provided by prior arrangement. Please visit our website for more information. Rates: €50 per person per night. From €100 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome. Pets are allowed. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access.

Oldtown Farmhouse, Oldtown, Stoneyford, Thomas Town, Co Kilkenny.

PPPN €30 - €35
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGarden
Oldtown Farmhouse is a spacious and friendly bed and breakfast with a high standard of accommodation where you are assured of a warm welcome. It is situated on an elevated site with scenic views of the surrounding countryside. Located off the N10 Kilkenny to Waterford road and just 10 minutes drive from the medieval City of Kilkenny and 1km from Mount Juliet Golf Course. Oldtown Farmhouse comprises of four spacious en suite bedrooms with television, hair dryer and tea/coffee making facilities in all rooms. There is a lounge for guests to relax and unwind after a days touring. Refreshments with home baking will greet you upon arrival. Oldtown Farmhouse is on a family farm with an award winning propagation nursery which exports plants to 15 countries around the world as far away as America, Japan and also continental Europe and the home market. There is an ancient ring fort on the farmland dating back 1700 - 2000 years. Initial observations would suggest it was built and lived in by an ancient Gaelic Chieftain. For any guests who are interested we would be delighted to give a complimentary tour of the nursery and the ring fort and also tell you the local history. All beds have orthopaedic mattress. Oldtown Farmhouse is located just 10 minutes drive from the Medieval City of Kilkenny, 20 minutes from Waterford City, 1 hour from Rosslare and 5 minutes from Thomastown and Jerpoint Abbey. Jerpoint Abbey is regarded as one of the most famous Cistercian settlement in Ireland. Also in the area is Kells Priory, an extensive Augustinian settlement founded in 1193, and nearby is Kilree Tower and High Cross dated 800 AD. Mount Juliet Championship Golf Course is located just 1km away from Oldtown Farmhouse, the course has been host to the top players in the world. Oldtown Farmhouse is also located along the Kilkenny Studio Workshops Craft Trail, a guide to seven crafts people in the County of Kilkenny. Some of Ireland's finest studio workshops are clustered in the scenic valley of the River Nore, in the heart of County Kilkenny. This trail will be inspiring and you are guaranteed to find unbeatable quality and value. In the area there is entertainment and food served in the local pubs. Oldtown Farmhouse is an ideal base for touring the South East of Ireland. There is a location map on the website. Rates: From €30 to €35 per person per night. Children are welcome with a reduction of 50%. No smoking. Pets are allowed by arrangement. Off street parking.
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