Address18 Michael Street Kilkenny KilkennySee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Artist and author Angela Byrne extends one of Ireland's warmest welcomes at this 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.
Our independent authors have visited Celtic House and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Kilkenny City.
Description provided by property
Celtic House B&B is the perfect place to stay for a visit to Kilkenny. Located only a couple of minutes walk away from the town centre, near all the shops and restaurants as well as the bus and train stations, we offer free parking for guests.
All of our rooms are en-suite and comfortably furnished. All feature TV, WiFi, hairdryers, irons and tea/coffee-making facilities. A delicious full Irish breakfast is included in the rates and served in our spacious dining lounge.
Kilkenny has numerous attractions, including Kilkenny Castle, St. Canice's Cathedral, Rothe House and St. Mary's Cathedral. There is also a busy calendar of festivals and events taking place throughout the year. Celtic House makes a great base for exploring the old city and the historic surrounding area.
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- Free WiFi
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