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Kilbawn Bed and Breakfast
(Dungarvan Village)
Gowran Co Kilkenny

Tel: 00353 (0)56 7793 883
eliz@kilbawnhouse.com




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  • Kilkenny City

  • On the banks of the river Nore, Kilkenny city is a vibrant city of just over 28,000 people. If you are just stopping over at the bed and breakfast Kilkenny for a night or staying for a week, Kilkenny has something for everyone.
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  • Kilkenny night-life

  • Kilkenny is famous for its lively friendly pubs and night life. Being a small city, with a lot of pubs, restaurants and clubs, its very easy to nip from place to place, or organise to meet friends at a great restaurant before going next door for a drink. If you have a few drinks and get a taxi back to Kilbawn, its about 20 minutes back to the bed and breakfast.
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  • Kilkenny shopping

  • If your brand of therapy is retail therapy, then Kilkenny has your every need covered! From the large shopping centres like MacDonagh Junction or Market Cross, or a stroll through the city center’s narrow paved streets, you’ll find what you’re looking for.
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  • Driving in Ireland

  • Firstly, if you’re not Irish, everything you’ve heard about driving in Ireland is not true (well, not true anymore). Over the past decade, Ireland has been dragged kicking and screaming into the modern motorway age, making Kilbawn Bbed and breakfast easily accessible from everywhere.
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  • Kilkenny Castle

  • Instantly recognisable, Kilkenny Castle dominates the city centre of Kilkenny, with it’s immense stone turrets breaching the city street itself. It stands on high ground looking over the city alongside the river Nore.
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  • Saint Canice’s Cathedral

  • At the north end of High Street near the centre of Kilkenny city alongside Dean street and Vicar street, stands the majestic and imposing sight of Saint Canice’s Cathedral and its Round Tower. If Kilkenny is known as a true medieval city, then St Canice’s Cathedral and Round Tower form the core of what makes it medieval. We can give you more information here at the bed and breakfast Kilkenny, just ask!
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  • Duiske Abbey

  • Consecrated in 1204, Duiske Abbey is a National Monument which was originally a Cistercian monastery, but is now a Roman Catholic parish church. It is situated in Graiguenamanagh, about 16km from Kilbawn bed and breakfast.
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  • Jerpoint Abbey

  • Like Duiske Abbey, Jerpoint was also a Cistercian Abbey, founded in the 12 century. Situated just 9km away from Kilbawn bed and breakfast, closeby Mount Juliet Golf and Spa Hotel.
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  • St Mary’s Gowran

  • Located in the middle of the main street of Gowran, just 5 minutes drive from the bed and breakfast, St Mary’s church was built around 1260. It is now designated a National Monument.
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  • Dunmore Caves

  • On the Castlecomer road, eleven kilometres north of Kilkenny city and about 25km from Kilbawn bed and breakfast, Dunmore Caves are formed in the limestone. Kilkenny is famous for having limestone bedrock, formed over millions of years.
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  • Kells Priory

  • A National Monument, Kells Priory is one of the largest and most impressive medieval monuments in Ireland. Originally an Augustine priory, it is in the village of Kells, about 15 km south of Kilkenny and also 15km from Kilbawn bed and breakfast.
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  • Rock of Cashel

  • Cashel Co. Tipperary is home to the iconic Rock of Cashel; one of the most spectacular tourist attractions in Ireland and one of the most visited. The word Cashel itself means ‘castle’ or ‘fortress’. The Rock of Cashel is also known as Cashel of the Kings and St. Patrick’s Rock. Just ask at our Kilkenny bed and breakfast for more information.
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  • Rothe House

  • Sitting on the side of Parliament Street in the heart of Kilkenny City, Rothe House was built by John Rothe in 1594, and is the sole standing example of an early 17th century merchant’s townhouse across the whole of Ireland.
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  • Kilfane Glen & Waterfall

  • Closer to home, you can visit one of the one recent additions to the local attractions, Kilfane Glen & it’s waterfall. It’s just 5km from Kilbawn bed and breakfast on the road to Thomastown and is a wonderful example of an 18th century garden.
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  • Nicholas Mosse pottery

  • Yet another local success story is the excellent & world renowned Nicholas Mosse Pottery studio in Bennettsbridge, barely 10 minutes drive from Kilbawn bed and breakfast. Established in 1976, each piece of occasional pottery is beautifully hand crafted and hand painted, while very functional for everyday use.
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  • Goresbridge Horse Sales

  • 11km or a 10-15 minute drive from the bed and breakfast lies Goresbridge Horse Sales. Founded in 1968 and family run for over forty years, Goresbridge is one of the worlds leading sport horse auction centres.
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