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Mount Juliet

At a Glance

    Pros

  • great golf on your doorstep
  • pampering spa
  • period elegance with modern amenities
  • relatively gentle room rates for such luxury

    Cons

  • rooms outside main house a little inferior
  • some charm sacrificed for modern comfort

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Mount Juliet Review

For many, the Jack Nicklaus–designed golf course—which has hosted the Irish Open on three occasions—is the main draw, but this lush 1,500-acre estate beside the beautiful River Nore offers so much more. You'll also find a spa, equestrian center, salmon and trout fishing, and excellent dining options at this elegant three-story Georgian mansion. The luxurious suites in the main house feature period decor, huge beds, and original fireplaces. There are additional guest rooms in a separate building close to the main house, as well as self-catering accommodations in luxe two-room lodges. The formal gardens and unspoiled woodlands beg exploration; add an array of dining options—from a casual bistro to the haute Lady Helen's Restaurant—and you may have trouble leaving the grounds.

    Hotel Details

  • 29 rooms, 2 suites, 11 lodges.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 04-10-2013

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    Mount Juliet Review

    Great location, expensive and overpriced. None of the 'Irish Craic'. Quiet if you are looking to relax. Not ideal for me on my own.

    by jordan321, 9/28/09

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