Things To Do in Kilkenny
Looking for things to do in Kilkenny, well look no further as Kilkenny city and county has so much to offer. For example, the city has many beautiful walking trails and tours to take. Spend some time visiting historic Kilkenny Castle, see the wonderful parks and gardens, do some shopping in the newly opened MacDonagh Junction shopping centre or find the craic in one of Kilkenny's finest bars and restaurants.
For some, it’s a spa treatment in luxurious surroundings. For others it’s a day outdoors in an idyllic setting. Choose from 5 star spa hotels to world-renowned golf courses, from beautiful walking routes to horse-riding, for that special way to unwind and recharge, you will find it here in Kilkenny.
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Allow your senses to be enveloped by an air of serenity as you enjoy the sanctuary, warmth and tranquillity that is the Lavender Spa at the Springhill Court Hotel. From the moment your journey begins at this luxury health spa, all you have to do is let your worries go and allow our highly skilled and committed spa team to pamper you.
Known for its vintage inspired diamond engagement rings and jewellery, Lorimat Jewellers is a treasure trove of unique pieces for anybody looking for that something different. We cater for brides and grooms to be with a large collection of wedding rings and bridal jewellery. Handmade shaped wedding bands to fit around engagement rings are also available. All of our jewellery is made from gold, silver or platinum. Lorimat also boasts a diverse range of gift ideas that will suit all tastes and budgets.
The Lyrath Convention Centre Kilkenny is a modern, purpose built conference venue and convention centre with the capacity to cater for over 1,500 delegates. The Kilkenny Convention Centre has been the venue of choice for the most prestigious awards ceremonies, conventions and conferences Kilkenny has attracted in the past number of years.
MacDonagh Junction is the largest shopping centre in the south east. Located in the heart of Kilkenny City beside the train station, it is home to many of the top high street brands such as Dunnes, Next, River Island, TK Maxx, Carraig Donn, Jack & Jones, Only, Name It, Regatta, Pamela Scott, Champion Sports, Field's Jewelers, Eason, K-Bowl and H&M. MacDonagh Junction is also home to Boots, Art it Drop in studio, Carphone Warehouse, Peter Mark Hairstylists, Boston Barber, Flair Beauty Boutique, Fujifilm , Claire's accessories, Sky TV services, The Sweet Factory, St Canices Credit Union, Jump Juice, Sketchers and the Foroige Drum Youth Centre.
We are an independent English language school in Kilkenny Ireland. We offer English holiday courses to kids, teenagers and young adults. Our summer camps operate on an ‘all inclusive’ basis. Courses operate over 2, 3, 4 and 6 week duration.
Established in 2009, consists of 27 craft members who have combined their drive and passion for their craft to initiate professional makers coming together to directly promote their business. Many have won major national and international accolades.
Market Cross Shopping Centre has over 40 shops you will be spoilt for choice. Open 7 days a week and late Thursday and Friday. Car parking for over 500 cars.
In the heart of Kilkenny City, Mint is a Beauty, Laser and Skincare Centre. We are passionate about client care. We believe in excellence and strive to provide the highest quality of services and products delivered by a knowledgeable and friendly team.
Mint offers a full complement of services including facials, massages, body treatments, make up application and lessons, threading, waxing, nail treatments, signature packages and our Clinic department offers Candela Max Pro Laser treatments, Microneedling and Skin Peels. Our skincare shop is home to Germaine de Capuccini, Dermaceutic, Dermalogica, Buff Make Up and Neom Organics brands.
18 hole Jack Nicklaus designed Championship Golf Course, 18 hole putting course, 3 hole golf academy and golf practice area, including driving bays. Ranked among the world's finest parkland courses. Has hosted the Irish Open on 3 occasions.