Garranavabbey House

Address: The Rower, Inistioge, County Kilkenny, Ireland | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This hotel, located on The Rower, Inistioge, is near Brigit's Garden, Mount Juliet Golf Club, Kilfane Waterfall and Glen, and The Watergarden.
Map this hotel

Travel Blogs from Inistioge

A hurricane in Ireland

A travel blog entry by mnnorske on Oct 21, 2014

4 photos

... of Irish people to America to escape the devastation caused by the potato famine.

We ended the day in Waterford with a walking tour of the historic district. The Vikings came here to pillage but ended up staying and founding what we know as Waterford today.

In the hotel bar there was live music - a country western singer! We will be in Killarney tomorrow and we know where to go there for real Irish music!

Waterford - Day 1

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 05, 2014

5 photos

... through the castle there were guides in various rooms explaining the purpose of the rooms, the furnishings etc. the Castle was home to the Butler family for 600 years. They moved out in the 1930's when the property tax became an issue. Fun fact, they still owned the property, but because they didn't live there it wasn't taxable. They held the land until the 1960's when they "sold" it to the people of ireland for the paltry sum of ...

Disclaimer... I've had four pints of Irish cider.

A travel blog entry by jenchuck76 on Jul 26, 2014

11 photos

... hen and stag party" central. We made some new Irish friends that "loved our accent". It seems that Kilkenny is quite the party hub. We turned down the invite from one party to be the girls that would get them into the disco. Four pints was plenty for these girls. So, we made our way back, and here we are. Steph is freshly showered, and I'm blogging for you lovely people. (As the Irish would say.) and now to upload pictures! Until ...

Kilkenny and The Field!

A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 19, 2014

9 photos

... market place. We had not seen any other eating establishment to take our fancy, so it was the consensus of opinion that we should return to The Field! At 12.30pm it was already full downstairs so we went to the restaurant upstairs, where there was a local, who was happy to tell us about the best places to go in Dublin and where not to buy a pint! I am sad to admit that, initially, I was suspicious of people offering advice, wondering if they only wanted the price of a ...


A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Jul 10, 2013

4 photos

... Euro. The ferry took both. Why it is right to drive on the left side of the road according to our English tour guide. The Romans discovered most soldiers are right handed and if mounted from left they would not hit the horse with their sword when mounting. The sword would also be ready on the right to fight the enemy. Napoleon was left handed so made troops drive on right side of road so he could get sword out quicker ...