Waterside Guesthouse

Waterside is located right in the heart of Graiguenamanagh and  run by husband and wife team Brian & Brigid Roberts. For the past twenty years they have welcomed thousands of guests to Graiguenamanagh and are happy to stop and chat with visitors about life in this quintessential Irish town.

With bed and breakfast in cosy rooms of character any night of the week. Their daytime Cafe and bike rental also available 7 days a week. Their restaurant  opens for evening meals every weekend, and some midweek nights during the summer depending on demand.

Mount Brandon Self Catering Cottages

Mount Brandon Self Catering Cottages are some of the South-East’s most attractive and best-located holiday homes in Co. Kilkenny. We are the rural idyll at the edge of town. With two holiday cottages & a new on-site pottery studio and school they are located just outside of Graiguenamanagh only 5 minutes’ walk from the beautiful river Barrow.

All of there holiday homes are built in traditional style featuring pine throughout. Each unit is superbly equipped to Fáilte Ireland’s 4-star approval.

Killvarra Bed and Breakfast

A family run Bed and Breakfast on a quiet residential road adjacent to the River Barrow with the beautiful Duiske Abbey behind them in the centre of Graiguenamanagh .

They have three bright and spacious rooms and can sleep a total of seven people per night. All bedrooms are En-Suite. Tea/Coffee making facilities in all rooms. TV plus Clock Radio in all rooms. Full Irish or Continental Breakfast. Tourist Information available.

Mulvarra House Bed and Breakfast

A family run country house Bed and Breakfast with an enchanted location which has to be seen to be believed. They are nestled into the hill which climbs out of the historic village of St Mullins.

They offer both Bed & Breakfast accommodation, and body treatment facilities in the heart of Beautiful and picturesque Ireland. We also offer dinners for guests upon request.

Mount Coggill

A delightful, contemporary country house, built within the ruins of a traditional farmhouse on the Kilkenny, Carlow boarders in South East Ireland. The house was re-modelled in 2000 using green oak. It is a spacious house and will sleep 8 comfortably. It is sitting on top of a hill over 400 feet above sea level. There are panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and the Kilkenny plain.

It is set in 30 acres of farm land and forest – the garden is semi-wild with grassed areas. It is a very unusual house set in splendid isolation down a rough country boreen (small lane) which leads only to this house.