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Berkeley House

Berkeley House

In the centre of Kilkenny city, Hibernian House is a Georgian house that offers period features and is on one of Kilkenny's oldest streets. Our check-in time is 3pm in our sister property, Kilkenny Hibernian Hotel. (located just across the street from Hibernian House). Full Irish Breakfast is included in the rate which is served in Harper Restaurant at Kilkenny Hibernian Hotel


Tastefully decorated, our 10 spacious and high walled rooms all comprise en suite shower/bathrooms, cable television & tea/coffee making facilities.


Berkeley House Guesthouse is situated in the heart of Kilkenny City.Kilkenny city is on a direct railway line from Heuston Station in Dublin. It can be reached by motorway and national route from Dublin Airport (120km) and Waterford Airport (50km). Waterford can be reached by road via the M9 motorway or there is also a direct train line from Kilkenny city to Waterford city.Kilkenny ity cis approximately 140km away from Cork City by national route.

Nearby Attractions – Kilkenny City KILKENNY CASTLE Kilkenny Castle: this superb castle is located on elevated ground beside the river at the south–eastern end of the city. The castle was built in the thirteenth century on the site of an earlier fort. However, the present building is vastly different from the stronghold erected by Strongbow in the middle ages. Despite this, the present structure retains the architectural lines of a medieval castle. The building forms three sides of a quadrangle, with three of the four original round towers intact. The Butlers, the Earls of Ormonde (an Hibernicised Norman clan), occupied the castle from the fourteenth century onwards. In modern times, the castle has been restored to its former glory by the state, and was officially open to the public in 1976. There is an exhibition hall open to the public in the Old Castle Stables. SHEE ALMS HOUSE Shee Alms House is situated in Rose Inn Street and was founded in 1582 by Sir Richard Shee. The purpose of these institutions was to take care of the poor, and this Tudor Alms House is one of the last remaining buildings of its type still in existence in Ireland. The building has been recently restored and now accommodates the Kilkenny Tourist Office. NATIONAL CRAFTS GALLERY National Crafts GalleryThe National Crafts Gallery is located in Castle Yard directly across from Kilkenny Castle. This gallery was initiated by the Crafts Council of Ireland with the objective of stimulating an innovative and quality design ethos in the Irish crafts sector. The gallery boasts an impressive range of craft exhibitions that successfully communicate and showcase the cultural and commercial attributes of the craft sector in Ireland.