Cute town house in medieval city

Cute town house in medieval city

Margaret

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our house in located in a quite area in the city of Kilkenny. We offer a terraced house built in the 1950's and has an old quaint feel. We have two double bedrooms upstairs and downstairs consists of a kitchen, living room, toilet and shower room. We are lucky to have a front and back garden. The back garden is a real sun trap where you can enjoy a peaceful evening with a glass of wine depending of course on the Irish weather! Our house is a typical town house and is comfortable and inviting.

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Who we are

  1. We are both turning 40 this year, married and have lived happily here for 9 years. We are both busy, easy going people and enjoy travel and meeting people. We have already had one exchange and it was fantastic experience. We would be very respectful and show great care to your home and your belongings.

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Your neighbourhood

We live literally a two minute walk from the centre of the city but in a very quiet, mature area. The famous Kilkenny Castle is a very short stroll away. Kilkenny city is Ireland's most historic and compact medieval city. Kilkenny's centre is based on the west bank of the River Nore around Parliament Street, High Street and the Parade, with Rothe House at one end and Kilkenny Castle on the hill at the other.

In recent years Kilkenny City has become a hub for arts, crafts and design. With its great nightlife and restaurant scene Kilkenny makes an excellent base for exploring Ireland's 'sunny southeast'.

Highlights of the Year:

Throughout the year there are things for visitors to Kilkenny to see and do. Highlights of the year include Kilkenny Arts Week in August and the Cat Laughs Comedy Festival in June. Other festivals include the Kilkenny Rhythm n' Roots in May, Kilkenny Celtic festival in September and October.

Modern Kilkenny's origins are rooted in the middle ages when a monastery was founded there, from which the city (and county) takes it's name. Much of it's old medieval architecture remains intact and the street plan of the centre has changed little in the last six hundred years.

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