The Mount Juliet Hotel
The Mount Juliet Hotel is one of Ireland's premier sporting estates, set in 1,500 acres of parkland. Built by the Earl of Carrick over 200 years ago, it still retains an aura of 18th-century grandeur. The elegant and gracious rooms, all of which have kept their individual character and ambience, offer splendid views of the gardens and estate. The Jack Nicklaus designed golf course, which hosted the Irish Open in 1993, 1994 and 1995, and the internationally-renowned Iris Kellett Equestrian Centre, attract many visitors from around the world. Other sporting and leisure activities such as archery, clay target shooting, salmon and trout fishing are also catered for. The estate also boasts a spectacular leisure centre.
Check-in Time: 3:00pm
Check-out Time: 12:00 noon
Spa/Leisure Facilities: Treatment Rooms, Leisure Centre, Equestrian Centre, Archery, Shooting and Fishing.
Kendals Restaurant, Lady Helen Restaurant, President’s Bar.
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