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The floodlit 18th-century building overlooking the waterfront is the Granville, one of Ireland's oldest hotels...
Beach Haven House
Open year-round. American Avery and his Irish wife Niamh have all budgets covered with their B&B, hostel and apartments (two nights minimum stay)...
Dooley’s has grown from an eight room modest guesthouse in the 1940s to a sleek spacious hotel with over 100 rooms. Family owned and run like clockwork, the rooms are large and repro Regency with brocade fabrics and a dark red-and-gold colour scheme...
Kilkenny River Court Hotel
When not unwinding in your spacious modern room, you can dine at the respected restaurant, swim laps in the award-winning health club's sunlit indoor pool, or sip a cocktail on the cobblestone terrace of the wraparound bar overlooking the bridge and c...
Harbour View Hotel
Service at this buttercup-yellow hotel melts away the Europort's hulking presence, as do its sprightly, colourful rooms...
Brandon House Hotel
This 1865-built red-brick manor certainly lives up to its reputation as family friendly, with kids happily bounding around the place. Winning elements include river views, open log fires, a library bar and large rooms, as well as a spa...
O'Shea's rooms are not as classy as the flower-emblazoned, black-and-white exterior suggests. Still, this family-run hotel offers good value and a coveted location close to the beach; several rooms have sea views.
Mounted in the lobby, a stuffed 150-year-old Bengal tiger (somewhat mangy, but in better shape than the Celtic Tiger) sets the tone at this hotel, which is also home to high-profile bars...
The Carraig Hotel
Dominating the centre of town, the Carraig is one of those classic Irish hotels of an undefinable age that has spread over a few buildings and sprawls from room to room...
This grand Georgian house near the clock tower was built in 1752 on the site of a Franciscan abbey destroyed by Cromwellian troops. Avonmore belonged to the earls of Cork before passing into private hands in 1826. Rooms are basic and multicoloured.
Lismore House Hotel
Directly opposite the Heritage Centre, Ireland's oldest purpose-built hotel was built in 1797 by the Duke of Devonshire...
Mulvarra House is a modern, comfortable B&B with guestrooms opening to balconies taking in the glorious setting. Dinner (€30) is available by arrangement, and you can also indulge in body treatments such as hot stone massages.
This attractive four-storey central hotel has 10 rooms.
Langton House Hotel
In the same family since the 1930s, but constantly evolving, this Kilkenny icon has 34 corporate-style rooms with parquet floors and dark wood and sombre-coloured furnishings. The mosaic tiled bathrooms have superb high-power pressure showers...
Mountain View House
This Georgian house was built in 1815 and stands grandly above a more modern estate with sweeping views of the Comeragh Mountains...
Cliff House Hotel
Built into the cliff-face, all guest rooms at this cutting-edge edifice overlook the bay, and most have balconies or terraces...
Whites Of Wexford
This is no ordinary hotel. White's is not only a contemporary colossus, it's super cool with its hi-tech spa specialty: cryotherapy (extreme cold therapy)...
This handsome custard-coloured building has spruced-up rooms in earthy colours, Treacy's is a large hotel with two bars, two restaurants (one international, one Thai) and a nightclub...
Wake up to castle views (from some of the 74 rooms) at this stylish, modern and central hotel. Deluxe rooms feature balconies, a rarity in Ireland, while the overall room decor is easy on the eye with a muted moss green and soft blue colour-scheme...
Kilkenny Tourist Hostel
Inside an ivy-covered 1770s Georgian town house, this cosy, 60-bed IHH hostel has a sitting room warmed by an open fireplace, and a timber- and leadlight-panelled dining room adjoining the self-catering kitchen.
Cedar Lodge Hotel And Restaurant
On the N25, 15km east of New Ross, Cedar Lodge Hotel and Restaurant sits amid orchards and backs onto the Carrigbyrne Forest, with beautiful wooded walking trails...
Artist and author Angela Byrne extends one of Ireland's warmest welcomes at her spick-and-span B&B. Some of the bright rooms have sky-lit bathrooms, others have views of the castle, and Angela's landscapes adorn many of the walls. Book ahead.