February 29, 2024
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A new ‘world-class’ medieval attraction will bring up to 100,000 new visitors to Kilkenny city, Fáilte Ireland announced this week. Kilkenny County Council and Kilkenny Civil Trust has been awarded €3.2 million to develop the new Medieval Kilkenny Experience. The new attraction will encompass the historic Town Hall (Tholsel), the existing Medieval Mile Museum and […]
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A new scheme will deliver permanent outdoor social and hospitality areas throughout Kilkenny city and county. The funding, which has been delivered in partnership between Fáilte Ireland and Kilkenny County Council, help tourism and hospitality businesses develop and increase their outdoor seating capacity to try and create a European style dining experience. The local
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Tourism businesses in Kilkenny have been quick to sign up to a Covid-19 safety programme aimed at instilling confidence in tourists and the public. Sone 64 tourism businesses in Kilkenny have received Fáilte Ireland’s Covid-19 Safety Charter and Fáilte Ireland is encouraging more local businesses from the accommodation sector, restaurants, attractions and activities to
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Kilkenny businesses involved in tourism and hospitality are being invited to apply for grants to cover the costs incurred in adapting their premises or operations for re-opening. Fáilte Ireland’s €26million COVID-19 Adaptation Fund is available to tourism businesses implementing Fáilte Ireland’s Guidelines for re-opening  and estimates 12,000 businesses nationwide will be
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By COLIN BARTLEY TWO popular Dutch food and travel influencers are exploring Kilkenny this week in an effort to attract more visitors from the Netherlands to Ireland. Simone van den Berg (aka Simone’s Kitchen) and Jody Mijts (aka OngewoonLekker) took in some of Kilkenny’s finest eateries and attractions, such as Kilkenny Castle, Highbank Orchards in Cuffesgrange, Jerpoint
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By COLIN BARTLEY FÁILTE Ireland is looking for Kilkenny people to help grow the local economy and become a local tourism expert. Over 80 individuals and representatives from the Kilkenny tourism and hospitality sector are already part of Fáilte Ireland’s KNOW Kilkenny Local Experts Programme. The national tourism board is hosting another workshop aimed at […]