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This shop has a lot of interesting Irish made products and designer goods. Great quality gifts with a lot of style, however prices are high.
There is also a nice cafe upstairs where the quality of the food is very good. Again it is a...More
We often visit the restaurant located on the 2nd floor at the Kilkenny Shop when we make a trip to Dublin we normally just have coffee and a scone or pastry. Today we stopped by just after 3pm and had Sunday Lunch. Were we glad...More
I am a regular shopper at the Kilkenny shop in Cork City. The staff are always so nice and helpful without being over the top. Always guaranteed to buy a quality gift there.Had difficulty with a purchase of an Orla Kiely bag last year ,...More
It was a busy Halloween weekend in Dublin but we still managed to get a nice window seat overlooking Trinity College's cricket field. I had a great baked chicken with parmesan cheese and herbs dish while my partner had an enormous bowl of soup with...More
I just love this shop and always end up spending so much! When I’m in Galway it’s one of the first visit I’ll take! I love the clothes and jewelry they have a wonderful variety. Also I get some presents as they have lovely little...More
This is a quality shop showcasing the best of Irish goods at affordable prices. Upstairs is the restaurant and café, a gathering place for locals and those who are visiting. Excellent pastries, friendly staff, and very casual, homey atmosphere. The cakes and scones are house-made...More
I am reviewing the cafe, which is upstairs from the shop
The scrambled egg was absolutely delicious, as was the ‘potato fry’
Excellent fruit salad for just under €5
Really good, helpful & cheerful service
Excellent quality fruit juice
A choice of cereals...More
We phoned the Kilkenny shop on a Tuesday afternoon around 1430 spoke to Shirley, we wanted to buy a picture by Rebeka Kahn, quite a size 53x53. There was free postage so we ordered it thinking it would take a couple of days at least...More
I love this store. It a great place to buy quality items as gifts, if you need a wedding gift for a foreign wedding you can mail it and purchase tax free. There is a nice cafe restaurant upstairs too. Well worth a visit.
Hi Barbara you'll find everything you're looking for on Nassau St beside Trinity College; if you don't find what you're looking for in the Kilkenny Shop, House of Ireland is down the street. Thursday evening is late opening... More
Hi Barbara you'll find everything you're looking for on Nassau St beside Trinity College; if you don't find what you're looking for in the Kilkenny Shop, House of Ireland is down the street. Thursday evening is late opening for most stores in Dublin otherwise it's about 6pm. Enjoy your stay in the Emerald Isle.
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Hotels in Dublin (10 Replies)
Any suggestions for hotels in Dublin near Nassau Street, opposite the Kilkenny Shop. We are needing a one night stay in August before catching a tour at 9 am. Would like something lower that $300 per night if possible.
May 09, 2018|
Without knowing how many Euros your $300 (US, CND, AUS ....) and the actual date, there is Buswells or two O'Callaghan's Hotel group hotels nearby that usually are less expensive.
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