Passing through lush rolling parkland you arrive at Mount Juliet House, a magnificent Georgian mansion, named after the wife of the original owner. The house, in a picture postcard setting on the river Nore, evokes a feeling of graciousness... a haven of peace so rarely found in today's busy world.
Close to the house is the Hunters Yard, the original hunting stables of the estate, and the Rose Garden Suites, where guests are warmly welcomed to spend time relaxing or enjoying world-class sporting activities
There are 32 bedrooms at Mount Juliet House, including two presidential suites. Each room is individually designed, in keeping with the concept of a private, family home. Each room is also named, drawing inspiration from the history of the state. To compliment all of the services provided by the staff of the house, all guest rooms have fresh fruit and flowers, while in the evening as you prepare for dinner, the beds are turned down, the lamps are lit and the drapes drawn.
Opened in 1991 with a match featuring golfing legends Christy O'Connor Snr. and Jack Nicklaus, the beautiful and challenging Mount Juliet course, set amidst the trees and dales on the 1500 acre Mount Juliet estate, has established itself as a premier golfing venue for Top Professionals and leisure golfers worldwide.
Hosts to the Irish Open 1993-95 and the Shell Wonderful World of Golf match between Fred Couples and Tom Watson in 1998, the par 72, 7200 yard layout boasts beautiful rolling fairways, many feature water hazards and well-contoured greens, all superbly blended into the spectacular setting of this famous old Irish Estate.