Club House Hotel
22 & 23 Lower Patrick Street, Kilkenny City.
Welcome to The Club House Hotel Kilkenny – The Historic Soul of a Historic City
In the centre of Patrick Street, in the heart of our magically-medieval city, lies Kilkenny’s oldest hotel. Since 1797, this beautiful Georgian building has retained its historic period features, unrivalled architecture and meticulously detailed plasterwork. More than that though, it has continued for over two centuries to provide a home away from home for families, couples, tourists and business travellers from across Ireland, Europe and the world.
Since our father Jim purchased this alluring property in 1977, we’ve been proud to be able to call this important piece of Kilkenny’s history ours. As a family, we’ve all worked incredibly hard to develop our hotel for you, while maintaining its uniquely vintage personality. We’re now able to provide you with 37 beautifully restored en suite bedrooms, an elegantly refurbished restaurant, an unforgettable wedding location, free private guest car parking, high-speed WiFi and a large team of passionate people to cater for your every need, whatever you’re here for.
Being a family-run hotel, we take particular care, dedication and effort to ensure that our family’s complete dedication to customer service is provided to you. What’s more, as proud locals ourselves, we’re always delighted to be able to help you get the most out of this fantastic city. Being located right in the heart of the action ensures we have a wealth of incredible attractions, stunning landscapes, lively Irish bars, award-winning restaurants, popular nightclubs and artisan craft shops, on our doorstep. So, whether it’s a romantic wedding or quiet weekend away, an adventurous family holiday or a quick business trip, we’re here for you, while you’re here to enjoy Kilkenny.
The Brennan Family.
– Ireland’s Medieval Mile – Kilkenny is one of Ireland’s easiest cities to navigate on foot, so take advantage of this by exploring Ireland’s Medieval Mile. This trail links many of the city’s key points of interest that are bursting at the seams with history and tales of medieval days which give Kilkenny its character. Take in St. Canice’s Cathedral and Round Tower, Rothe House & Garden, the Tholsel and more along the way to Kilkenny Castle.
The midpoint of this journey is the Medieval Mile Museum, tucked in the middle of fascinating cobblestone alleys. Take a tour or ramble through the museum at your own pace to fully absorb the extensive history of Kilkenny.
-Kilkenny Design Centre
– The National Design and Craft Gallery
– Smithwick’s Experience
– Ballykeefe Distillery
– Walking Tours
– Jerpoint Park
– Nicholas Mosse Pottery