Whoohoo, it’s time to start planning your Christmas work party! We advise you to start planning early to avoid disappointment. This blog will detail some location recommendations and things to do on your Christmas party in Kilkenny!
So you’ve been asked by your best buddy to be her maid of honour, you feel delighted to be the chosen one but….. there is one little problem. You’ve never organised a hen party before and you panic wondering what to organise and how to go about it. Well, do not fret, we are going to run through some of the most popular hen party activities in Kilkenny! We have expert knowledge in this area as we have been organising packages for hens for years now!
Kilkenny city is the perfect spot your plan your staycation this summer. Kilkenny city is known as the medieval city. Known for its beautiful historical and medieval buildings full of history, Kilkenny won’t disappoint when it comes to things to do for your holiday in Ireland.
Your best friend has asked you to be one of her bridesmaids, this means discussing exciting wedding plans, bridal shopping and of course organising the hen weekend. For those who have never been to a hen weekend, let alone organise one, do not panic! We’re here and have got you covered! To get you going, we have put together some idea’s for you.
Have you been tasked with organising your best friends stag do? Not sure where to go or what to do? Look no further than Kilkenny Concierge. We create stag packages that include accommodation, food, activities, and transport. We also guarantee the best prices. In this post, we are going to run through some ideas for your upcoming stag do weekend.
Kilkenny city has a vast array of restaurants to eat out in. From traditional Irish food to Asian street food, you will not be stuck for choice. We are going to run through some of our personal favourites! We are going to include prices using a Tier system.
>The Cat Laughs Comedy Festival is a comedy festival held every summer in Kilkenny City. The festival is known worldwide, and it is Ireland's annual craic pilgrimage. It is usually held over the first weekend in June every year however this year it has been postponed due to the global pandemic.