Mount Juliet House - Kilkenney, Co Kerry, Ireland
Part of the Ultimate Ireland Travel Experience!
The finishing touch to a day of Travel in Ireland is a restful night amidst luxury accommodations.
Walk through the gates of Ireland’s Mount Juliet Estate and you are in a different world. This luxury Ireland hotel is set on 1500 acres of lush, rolling fields and woodland. Mount Juliet House Hotel is a magnificent Georgian Mansion, named by the Earl of Carrick for his wife Juliet. Formerly their home, former estate is now a picturesque luxury award-winning Irish hotel set on a hill overlooking the River Nore. Enjoy old fashioned graciousness and a haven of peace, rarely found and precious to Ireland travelers.
Mount Juliet Conrad is a luxury hotel is set within 1,500 acres of lush Irish gardens, walks and woodlands in the beautiful countryside of County Kilkenny, Ireland. The finest sporting estate in Kilkenny County, Ireland, the Mount Juliet Conrad Hotel blends grace and charm with the exceptional style and service expected from a Conrad hotel.
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End your day of Ireland sightseeing and exploration at any one of 32 luxury hotel bedrooms at Mount Juliet House, including two presidential suites. Each room is individually designed, in keeping with the concept of a private, family home. Each room is named, drawing inspiration from the history of the estate which was named by Earl of Carrick after his wife, Juliet.
As you reminisce about the day’s travels, your bed is turned down, lamps are lit and the drapes drawn for a restful evening amidst Irish hospitality.
Romantic Ireland Accommodations
The Rose Garden Suites at Mount Juliet Conrad are spectacular in summer, surrounded by carefully tended herbaceous borders in the adjacent walled-garden. Each hotel guest suite has two ensuite bedrooms, TV and telephone, a fully-equipped kitchen, dining area and lounge. The Rose Garden Suites offer the best of both worlds to guests. Choose between the luxury of a complete hotel service or simply do things in your own way. Ideal for guests who require more space and privacy.
Ireland Spa Hotel Rooms
Mount Juliet Conrad’s Hunters Yard has 16 'Club' style rooms. These bright and airy rooms are equipped with all modern conveniences and are ideal for guests who wish to stay within easy access of The Spa or who prefer the relaxed and convivial atmosphere of the Hunters Yard.
Group and Family Tour Luxury Hotel Accommodations
The Paddocks offer similar facilities to those in the Rose Garden Suites, consist of two and three bedroom houses close to the tenth tee, just five minutes from the Hunters Yard. They provide every luxury and convenience, a home from home feeling where guests can come and go as they please.
Televisions, direct dial telephone in living room and master bedroom, washing machine, dryer, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, 4 ring cooker, oven, iron, gas fired central heating, fireplace, hair dryer, security alarm.
Also available to hotel guests, upon request: VCR, high chair, cot, babysitting
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Visit This Historic Ireland Hotel
The Waltons were an ancient Ireland Norman family who owned Oldtown, the townland of Mount Juliet. They changed the name Oldtown to Walton's Grove. They were here for centuries, until Cromwell dispossessed William Walton in 1653. An unknown Cromwellian owned Walton's Grove for a short period, but after the Restoration it became the property of James, Duke of York, later James II. James sold it to a Mr Sweet, who in turn sold it to Mr Kendal in 1719. He changed the name to Kendal's Grove.
One stormy winter's night, "Old Mr Kendal" as he was known, was robbed by Irish highwaymen and an important portfolio was taken. He begged the Rev Thomas Bushe to retrieve it for him. Rev Bushe duly caught the robbers and returned the portfolio. Old Mr Kendal was so overcome with gratitude that he left all his property, including Kendal's Grove, to Rev Bushe. Unfortunately, Rev Bushe was wildly extravagant and had to sell all his property to settle his debts. He sold Kendal's Grove to his neighbor, the Earl of Carrick, in 1757 The Earl of Carrick built Mount Juliet on this land in beautiful Kilkenny Ireland.
Enjoy Irish Hospitality
Mount Juliet Conrad Hotel in Kilkenny was Awarded AA Hotel of the Year in 1999 and Georgina Campbell's Hotel of the Year 2007. Mount Juliet Conrad Hotel provides the highest international standards in food and service in a wonderfully relaxed and welcoming way.
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