Where we are
Castlecomer is a former coal-mining town in north County Kilkenny. The name Castlecomer comes from the Irish ‘Caislean an Chumair', which means ‘the Castle at the confluence of the waters', the "waters" referring to the rivers Deen, Brocagh and Cloghogue while the"castle" refers to the castle built by the Normans in 1171 on the mound opposite the gates to "Castlecomer Demesne".
Positioned at the meeting of N78 and R694 roads, 19 km from Kilkenny City, 19km from Carlow and approx. 90 km from Dublin.
GPS - Our Coordinates are 52.8059° N, 7.2068° W
3 reasons to stay with us
We Buy Local and Support Local
We prepare each and every plate in honour of those who work year round in giving us quality ingredients from our land and shores.
Nestled Beautifully in Ireland's Ancient East