The epitome of gracious living, Mount Juliet is set within 1500 acres of lush gardens and woodlands in the beautiful countryside of County Kilkenny, Ireland. The house itself is a magnificent Georgian Mansion, named by the Earl of Carrick after his wife Juliet and their home, set on a hill overlooking the River Nore, evokes a feeling of old fashioned graciousness.
Close to the house are the Rose Garden Lodges and the Hunters Yard, the original hunting stables of the old estate. Guests may stay in the exceptionally comfortable bedrooms of Hunters Yard or the Roase Garden Lodges, just a few steps away from the main house and close to the spa and enjoy the numerous sporting activities for whch Mount Juliet is renowned including the equestrian centre and Ballylynch stud.
Winner of the Georgina Campbell Hotel of the Year Award 2007.