Voted one of the Top 20 Resorts in Europe by Condé Nast Traveler

Mount Juliet was a family home until 1989 and remains one of Ireland’s finest country houses, as well as being Co. Kilkenny’s most acclaimed country Estate. We are proud to maintain traditions and standards that have endured from the glory days of the ‘Big House’ - just as we are proud of the hospitality that has brought us international renown. A stay at Mount Juliet is a truly unique experience. It’s a place to come and be who you want to be, whether that involves fishing, riding, golfing, archery, falconry or the absolute indulgence of our treatment rooms and health club.

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Only 20 minutes from Kilkenny, one hour from Dublin and 30 minutes from Waterford, Mount Juliet is a wonderfully relaxed location for a luxury break away in the South East of Ireland. From luxury weddings, family holidays and spa breaks to luxury breaks, golf and equestrian breaks.


Luxury Spa, Fishing, Archery, Falconry, Equestrian, and Leisure Centre, to ensure your break is never dull.

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Our easily-accessible location makes Mount Juliet the ideal destination for your next break away. Enjoy everything our estate has to offer including golf on the Jack Nicklaus-designed course, a dining experience in the Michelin Star Lady Helen Restaurant, treatments in our luxury spa and lake fishing, woodland walks, bike rides through the estate, and much more. 


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