Wedding Afternoon at Mount Juliet Estate - Sunday, February 18th 2018

Posted 17/01/2018

Taking place from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in The Stables at Mount Juliet Estate on Sunday 18th February, guests will enjoy a drinks reception, as well as canapés available on Mount Juliet Estate’s elegant wedding menus.

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Paul McGinley Golf Academy opens to the public at Mount Juliet Estate

Posted 08/09/2017

Ryder Cup-winning captain Paul McGinley officially hit the 1st ball at the Paul McGinley Golf Academy at Mount Juliet Estate on September 8th, opening this exciting facility to the public.

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Mount Juliet Estate announced as Luxury Destination Partner for the iconic Dublin Horse Show

Posted 01/06/2017

Mount Juliet Estate is delighted to announce a new three-year partnership with the Dublin Horse Show with the Estate becoming Luxury Destination Partner of the iconic equestrian, social and family event, now in its 144th year.

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Mount Juliet Estate sponsors Thomastown Horse Show

Posted 24/04/2017

Mount Juliet Estate are proud to sponsor the main class of Thomastown Horse Show , "The National Grand Prix". Horses will jump a course of 16 fences up to 1.40 mts high and always provides a trilling final round with competitors competing for a prize fund of €5,000.

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Mount Juliet Estate is the proud new sponsor of the Thomastown Hurling Team

Posted 14/04/2017

Mount Juliet Estate is delighted to announce its sponsorship of the Thomastown Hurling Team. The patronage includes exclusive branding of new team playing shirts with the distinctive Mount Juliet pheasant displayed proudly across each one.

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Afternoon Tea Event in aid of Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation

Posted 24/03/2017

Mount Juliet Estate ran an Afternoon Tea Event in aid of Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation in March 2017

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Mount Juliet Estate fundraising for Barnardo's Childrens Charity

Posted 14/02/2017

Mount Juliet Estate ran a fundraising campaign supporting Barnardos Children’s Charity during December 2016 with €1 from every Afternoon Tea & room booking donated.

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Lady Helen awarded three AA Rosettes

Mount Juliet Hotel picks up three AA Rosettes for dining excellence A Kilkenny restaurant is the only one in Ireland to be awarded Three AA Rosettes this year in celebration of its culinary excellence.

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Junior Golf at Mount Juliet

In the case of members, a 'Junior' (Under 18 years of age) may play for 50% of the rack rate when playing with a paying adult. If a junior is playing without a fee paying adult there is no reduction.

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New Menus at the Lady Helen

Mount Juliet introduce their delicious new menu at the exquisite Lady Helen Restaurant The 1 Michelin Star / 3AA Rosette Awarded Lady Helen Restaurant have introduced their new a la carte gourmet dining menu which includes a variety of international dishes prepared using local produce and fresh herbs, picked from the Mount Juliet Estate garden.

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