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Escape to Kilkenny with a 2-Night Stay for 2 incl. Breakfast for €89 at The Kilford Arms Hotel (value up to €178)
- Kick back in Kilkenny.
- €89 for a two-night stay for two including full Irish breakfast at The Kilford Arms.
- City centre hotel, minutes from local attractions and amenities.
- Soak up history and the arts.
- Take the weight off your feet in the hotel's stunning O’Faolain’s 'super-pub', built over three levels around the ruins of a 16th-century church.
Did you know that in 2009 Kilkenny celebrated its 400th year since the granting of city status? That makes it 404 years since its potential to be a major spot was recognised - it's about time you checked it out for yourself.
With a rich heritage grounded in the arts, sport and history, Kilkenny is the perfect spot for a couple of days away from home. Grab today's deal and pay €89 for a two-night stay for two including full Irish breakfast at The Kilford Arms (value up to €178).
Kilkenny has long been considered one of Ireland’s liveliest and most beautiful cities. Boasting a buzzing atmosphere and an abundance of shops, bars, restaurants and museums as well as sites of geographic and historic significance, there really is something for everyone.
The Kilford Arms is the ideal base for your exploration of the local area. Located in the city centre, just a stone's throw from the rail and bus station and within walking distance of all the major sights and attractions, you couldn't make a better choice.
Kilkenny Castle, Rothe House and Black Abbey are just some of the many tourist attractions within the hotel's vicinity.
You won't even need to step outside if it's entertainment you're looking for - the Kilford Arms Hotel incorporates PVS Bar, which hosts live bands three nights a week and offers delicious bar food, as well as the famous architecturally-stunning O’Faolain’s 'super-pub', built over three levels around the ruins of a 16th-century church - a real must-see.
If you fancy a sit-down dinner rather than grabbing something at the bar, there's the hotel's traditional and chic White Oak Restaurant, offering the best of local produce served in relaxed yet formal surroundings.
With free parking available for guests, there really is no excuse not to grab a coupon now and throw your glad-rags in the car, ready for a break offering the best of relaxation, food and culture combined.