Mount Juliet Estate, Thomastown
(4.1/5 based on 120 reviews on the web)
Mount Juliet Hotel Kilkenny, provides a five star experience and is one of the most luxurious Hotels in Kilkenny with 31 luxury hotel bedrooms at Mount Juliet House, including two presidential suites. Each hotel room is individually designed, in keeping with the concept of a private, family home. Each room is also named, drawing inspiration from the history of the estate and the indeed the history of Kilkenny. To compliment all of the services provided by the staff of the house, in the evening as you prepare for dinner, the beds are turned down, the lamps are lit and the drapes drawn.
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  • Great pub food club at an outstanding golf resort. Close to everything. Recommend the shrimp and linguini. 
  • As a child we visited the Mount Juliet estate to play with children who lived there - the estate managers children not the owner! So going back to walk through the house and have a drink overlooking t...  more »
  • The estate is so big and has great walks around the gardens,woods and along the river nore that runs through it,there is also a stud that breeds horses which are spread out over a huge area in large f...  more »
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  • Beautiful location! Scenery was lovely. Hotel was stunning. Clean. Great service. We had a room on the second floor with a beautiful view overlooking the river, but really I think any view from this hotel would be beautiful. Eileen (not sure I spelled that correctly) who works in the reception office is absolutely amazing at her job! Very accommodating and super helpful. Tips: 1. To get here from Dublin airport is a bit tricky, but not too bad if you research how to do it ahead of time. You can do it for less than 40 Euro/person via bus/train/ride from hotel - or for about 45 euro a person with a lovely and comfortable private car with a driver if you have 5 people to share the ride. The car ride is about two hours and the train/bus route is more like 3 hours or so. The bus route from the airport to Heuston Station is #747, the train to take from the Heuston station is the Waterford bound train that makes a stop in Thomastown. I've heard they don't all stop in Thomastown. Let the hotel know ahead of time if you'll be needing a ride from the train. 2. If you have trouble with stairs, request a room on the first or second floor. 3. If you are thinking of doing any of the activities there (golf, etc.) schedule them in advance. 4. If your room is warm, just ask to borrow a fan. They work great :) Enjoy your stay! You won't be disappointed. FIVE STARS FOR SURE.
  • What a Golf Course, would be 5 star except for the cost of green fees, far too expensive for October golf and the place was empty, will never understand why the big courses price so many proper players out of the market as they would really appreciate this fine golf course, if it's not on your list of courses to play put it on your list now! Top class
  • Played two rounds of golf and started two nights in rose cottages, great settings and enjoyed our stay
  • The estate itself is gorgeous. Superb landscapes and seems to go on forever. Moving on to the hotel side. The rooms were nice and clean, but the shower wasn't working as it should have. It was pretty bad. The pool and sauna area was small and left a lot to be desired really. I've seen much nicer at less expensive hotels. Sauna was ok, but not great. No jacuzzi. Didn't try the steam room. Pool seemed decent size but still a on the small side. Reception desk is literally next to the pool, so that felt very weird. Gets credit for giving us robes and slippers in the room to wear directly to the pool. The Michelin star restaurant, Lady Helen, was ok, but not as expected. Food didn't taste amazing, except for the amuse bouche, and I have quite a large taste palette. All in all, we will definitely return for a lunch, or dinner, to this estate, but not in the Lady Helen.
  • Grounds are beautiful and staff are hlepful. Very nice rooms.