AddressThe Bridge, Johns Street KilkennySee nearby area
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In the heart of Kilkenny City, McCourts Townhouse offers modern en suite rooms. The rail and bus station is within easy walking distance.
McCourts is located by Yindees Thai Restaurant, at the foot of John's Bridge. The restaurant offers a superb authentic Thai menu. All guests who stay at McCourts Townhouse will get a 10% discount off food at Yindees Downtown Restaurant.
Secure parking is available, at reasonable rates. Kilkenny Castle is a short walk away.
From Dublin: Take the M50 southbound leaving at junction 9. Take the N7 south, towards Waterford, this will turn into the M7. Leave the M7 at junction 11 and take the M9. Exit M9 at junction 11. At 2nd roundabout take 2nd exit. Over the traffic lights and 2nd exit at the roundabout. Continue onto John Street. McCourts Townhouse is on the left before the bridge.
Take the N8 to Michelstown. At Michelstown take the M8 to Dublin. Exit off at Urlingford and continue along the R693 towards Freshford. Entering Kilkenny continue past St Luke’s hospital. At the roundabout take the 1st exit. Next roundabout take the 3rd exit. Continue straight past 3 sets of traffic lights and one roundabout onto John Street. McCourts Townhouse is on the left before the bridge.
From Rosslare Harbour:
Take the N25 from Rosslare for the scenic route. Alternatively take the M9 from New Ross, keave at junction 9. 1st exit at roundabout and onto N10 (through the village of Danesfort). Next roundabout 1st exit. Next roundabout 2nd exit (Waterford Road). Next roundabout (at Lidl) 1st exit. Continue straight. McCourts Townhouse is on your right side just after the bridge.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
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