Lawcus Farmhouse is a working organic farm and guesthouse. It is perfectly situated on the outskirts of Kilkenny, in between the medieval villages of Kells and Stoneyford, and near some amazing scenic views such as Kells Priory and Jerpoint Abbey. It is an idyllic Irish farm setting with acres of greenery, grazing farm animals, organic produce, and proud, hospital hosts.
Lawcus Farm Guesthouse offers authentic, comfortable bed and breakfast accomodation in five rooms. Three of the rooms are split level, with separate living and dining areas, and each of the rooms are refurbished to the highest standard.
- Free Wifi
- Hair Dryer
- Tea/Coffee facility
- Cot and high chair available on request
- Free Car parking on site
- Complimentary Bicycles for guests use
- Fishing on request on King’s river
- Wild water swimming in King’s river
Full, hearty Irish Breakfasts are served every morning at Lawcus Farm Guesthouse and are prepared using the hosts’ organic ingredients from their own 20 acre farm.
On the Map: Kilkenny City is located in County Kilkenny, in the southeast midlands of Ireland. Kilkenny is well-served by a good network of roads – the M9/N10 from Dublin (to the northeast) and N9/N10 from Waterford City (to the south).
Kilkenny, or the Marble City as it is known, is one of Ireland’s oldest towns, and proud of it. Its array of ancient buildings is unrivalled. It is renowned for being a vibrant cultural center, devoted to the musical and visual arts. Its two most impressive landmarks are Kilkenny Castle, founded in 1172 and privately owned until 1967, and St. Canice’s Cathedral. The current structure of the cathedral dates from the 13th century, though this is nowhere near the beginning of its story, which is rich in folklore and legend. There is no shortage of pubs to explore and enjoy in Kilkenny and during the summer the city is always full of life. The summer also sees the city host an Arts Festival and a very highly regarded Comedy Festival called the Cat Laughs.