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GPS Co-ordinates for Lyrath Estate Hotel Kilkenny
Latitude 52°38′.87″N & Longitude 007°11.80″W (52.645676, -7.205754)

Address:
Paulstown Road, Kilkenny R95 F685, Ireland

Further information contact us on:
Ph: +353 56 7760088
Fax: +353 56 7760089
Email: info@lyrath.com

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Directions

Follow the N8 to Mitchelstown.
From Mitchelstown take the M8 Motorway.
Exit at Urlingford and continue along the R693 towards Freshford.
From Freshford continue in the direction of Kilkenny.
Continue past St. Luke’s Hospital and at the roundabout take the 1st exit.
At the next roundabout take the first exit and over Greens bridge.
You will reach another roundabout take the 2nd exit.
At the next roundabout take the 1st exit.
The next roundabout take the third exit.
Straight through the next roundabout.
At the Dublin Road Roundabout take the 1st exit for Gowran/ Paulstown (R712).
Continue out along this road go straight through the roundabout at Cillin Hill.

Take the N25 from Rosslare towards New Ross.
From New Ross head towards Waterford.
From Waterford pick up the M9 Motorway.
Exit the Motorway at Junction 9.
Take the 1st exit at the roundabout as you come off the motorway for Kilkenny (N10).
At the next roundabout take first exit straight through again for Kilkenny (N10).
At the Waterford Road roundabout take the 3rd exit.
The next roundabout is the Statestreet or Bohernatounish roundabout here you take the 2nd exit.
At the Bennetsbridge roundabout take the 2nd exit.
At the Dublin Road roundabout take the 3rd exit for Gowran /Paulstown (R712).
Continue out along this road go straight through the roundabout at Cillin Hill.
Lyrath Estate is located approximately 700m from here on your left hand side.

Follow the directions above but continue on the M9 motorway as far as Junction 7 Paulstown (R448).
At the roundabout take the 1st exit for Paulstown.
At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit for Kilkenny (R712).
Continue along this road for approximately 14km.
You will see a big green Lyrath Estate Sign a couple of hundred metres before the entrance shortly after passing the Pike Pub.
Slow down as the hotel is located on the right hand side.

Follow the signs for the M50 motorway heading southbound.
Leave the Motorway at Junction 9 which brings you onto the Red Cow roundabout.
Take the N7 South (Naas Dual carriage way), driving in the direction of Waterford, Limerick. This will automatically turn to the M7.
Leave the M7 at Junction 11 and take the M9 Waterford/ Kilkenny.
Continue along the M9 – and exit off the Motorway at Junction 8 (Signposted: Kilkenny N10.)
At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto the N10.
At the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the N77. (Signposted: Clonmel, City Centre)
At the Dublin Road roundabout take the 1st exit onto the R712 (Signposted: Gowran, Paulstown)
You will come to a small roundabout at Cillin Hill, take the second exit.
Lyrath Estate is located approximately 700m from here on your left hand side.

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