Kilderry House Guest Accommodation

Address: Irishtown Street, Kilkenny, County Kilkenny, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Irishtown Street, Kilkenny, is near Brigit's Garden, Kilkenny Golf Club, and J.F.K. Trust Dunbrody.
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Travel Blogs from Kilkenny

Kilkenny . . . So Much More Than Beer

A travel blog entry by carolrichardson on Jul 01, 2015

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... Dublin around noon drove to Kilkenny, arriving around 2pm. After a quick lunch, we headed out on the cobbled streets to walk the "Kilkenny Medieval Mile", from Kilkenny Castle to St Candices Cathedral.



A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 05, 2014

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... it. Back into town in the evening to go to Kyteler's Inn for a night of Irish music and dance, dinner and the odd drink or two. This pub dates back to 1324 and had such great atmosphere, particularly in the downstairs bar. The woman who first opened it was Dame Alice de Kyteler, who became quite rich and had four husbands. Her enemies conspired against her and accused her of being a witch and poisoning the husbands. She escaped the church based witch ...

Dublin Day 2

A travel blog entry by winkie on Apr 09, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... Alana and Tom in Milton Keynes and it was as good if not better, not sure if it was because I wasn't feeling to good, but it was. Walking back to the hotel where I have decide to spend the rest of my time in Dublin, just to far to travel to Victorias and back each day. And I crashed out for the rest of the ...

The Rock of Cashel

A travel blog entry by kupkah on Oct 17, 2013

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Today Flat Stanley drove from the Dingle Peninsular to Killkenny stopping on the way to visit the Rock of Cashel. Seat of the ancient kings of Munster, this where St. Patrick baptized King Aengus in A.D. 450. Cashel evolved over the centuries into an ecclesiastical center featuring Gothic and Romanesque ...

Sometimes you have to break the rules to have fun

A travel blog entry by melissaandalex on Oct 12, 2012

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What is the first rule of parenting? Don't disturb a sleeping baby, right? Well, we've broken that rule quite a few times this trip.

Yesterday, we drove about a half-hour outside Kilkenny to see the ruins at Jerpoint Abbey, and as is Oliver's practice, he fell asleep on the drive. We felt like such terrible parents, pulling a grumpy baby out of a car seat so we could see more remnants of monastic life. He was a ...

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