Kilkenny Camping - Tree Grove
Ireland, South East, Co. Kilkenny, Kilkenny
Alan Rogers Review
This park lies just outside the historic town of Kilkenny, voted Europe's friendliest city by Condé Nast Traveller. It's a short walk away, and there's much to see with the Medieval Mile stretching along cobbled streets from the castle to the cathedral.
The Smithwick's Experience traces the history of brewing here back to the 18th century. County Touring Routes are worth following, and the Nore Valley is popular with cyclists for its trails and unspoilt scenery with abundant wildlife.
The site is terraced with 30 hardstanding pitches for caravans, all with 10A electricity hook-ups and plenty of water points. There are 13 full-service pitches. A grassy area is reserved for hikers and cyclists, with further caravan and tent pitches sited on grass near the elevated sanitary block. It's an attractive setting, with mature trees and floral plantings and shrubs at the entrance. There is some occasional road noise, which can be distracting.
Family room with shower, WC and washbasin which can be used by disabled campers. Laundry room. Open, covered kitchen for campers with fridge, worktop, sink and electric kettle adjoins a comfortable games/TV room with pool table, and easy chairs. Bicycle hire. Riding. Tents to rent. Free WiFi.
Turn south off the Kilkenny ring road at roundabout showing R700 to Thomastown. Signs for the park show it 150 m. on the right.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N52 38 33||W7 13 19|