Mount Juliet Estate
A luxurious country house
- 32 rooms
- Two restaurants
- Two bars
- Indoor pool
- Horse riding
- Falconry experiences
A family home until just a few decades ago, Mount Juliet is still one of the finest country houses in Ireland, retaining the traditions and standards that have contributed to its reputation as an acclaimed estate.
There are 32 rooms to choose from in the stately manor house. Among the hotel’s previous guests are The King of Ossory, The Black Earl, Lady Juliana and Fitzwilliam Le Gros, for whom some of the rooms are named. Having been designed during the Georgian era, the rooms are spacious, bright and luxuriously appointed. Each is individually decorated, boasting rich fabrics and carefully chosen antique furniture and decor.
Dine at the Michelin-starred Lady Helen Restaurant, named after the previous owner of Mount Juliet, who oversaw the gardens and kitchens. Enjoy views out over the pastures towards the River Nore, while you enjoy dishes created using local ingredients, some of which come from the estate’s own kitchen garden and farm. Named after Major-General Sir Hugh McCalmont and Major Dermot McCalmont, both previous residents, the Major’s Bar is the perfect place to raise a glass to a wonderful day in the countryside, or enjoy pre-dinner drinks surrounded by memorabilia from the estate’s racing glory days.
Indulge in therapeutic treatments at the onsite spa. Head out into the grounds for fishing, horse riding, archery and falconry, or make time for a round of golf.
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