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Mount Juliet’s tradition of hospitality dates back to the 18th Century, when young Somerset Butler and his new bride Juliet, moved into the newly refurbished house, renamed in her honour.

Over the years a great many illustrious people have dined, fished and hunted before resting in one of her 32 sumptuous bedrooms. These lavish bedrooms are named after a select few of our previous guests – The King of Ossory, The Black Earl, Lady Juliana and Fitzwilliam Le Gros.

Mount Juliet was designed during the Georgian era, so you will find the rooms as bright and as generously proportioned, as they are luxurious. Each individually decorated room is equipped with the latest technology and conveniences, including:

  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Cable TV
  • Trouser press
  • Individually designed en-suite
  • A built-in safe
  • Tea and coffee station

Superior Manor House Double

All rooms in the Manor House are individual in style and character, with decor and furnishings in keeping with the Georgian stylings of the manor house itself.
Our Superior Manor House Double Room, which is suitable for double or single occupancy, reflects the standards of hospitality guests would have experienced in Mount Juliet’s days as a family home – with the addition of many modern comforts.

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Executive Manor House King Rooms

Big Houses of the 18th Century were built around the idea of hospitality. Travel by carriage was slow and uncomfortable, so visits from family or friends were special occasions, often lasting days or weeks.

Our Executive Manor House King Rooms in the Manor House are designed around that tradition or Irish hospitality. A discrete and private space with ample room to make yourself at home, and a level of comfort and luxury that reminds you, you are our honoured guest.

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Riverview Manor House King Rooms

The majestic River Nore is the defining feature of the Mount Juliet Estate. When Somerset and Juliet Butler moved into the house originally, the main entrance was at the front of the Manor House. In the early 20th Century the front door was moved to where it is today, ensuring that nothing interrupts the magnificent view of the river from the house.

Riverview Rooms offer a breath-taking view across to Ballylinch Stud and of the river as it meanders south to Inistioge. Whether you are sitting watching the sunset or contemplating the fish waiting to be caught, it is hard to pull yourself away from the enchanting atmosphere that is a Riverview Room.

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Manor House Suites

At Mount Juliet, we have had the honour of welcoming many illustrious guests, from heads of state and dignitaries, to leading lights of the entertainment industry both on a national and international stage.

The Manor House Suites in the Manor House are a home-from-home for those who are accustomed to the very best. Our sumptuous suite consists of a bedroom, a sitting room and a bathroom, elegantly decorated with classic furnishings, all designed to the highest level of comfort.


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