Mount Juliet Estate clebrated a five star Fáilte Ireland accreditation recently with a lunch and ceremonial tree planting attended by Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin TD.
The five star rating by Fáilte Ireland reflects exceptional standards across its two properties, the 32 bedroom Manor House and newly opened, 93 bedroom Hunter’s Yard hotel. Mount Juliet also houses the Michelin starred Lady Helend restaurant, the Michelin Plate awarded The Hound, the Jack Nicklaus designed championship golf and a wealth of country pursuits such as fishing, falconry and an equestrian centre.
Minister Brendan Griffin TD said: “The five star classification from Fáilte Ireland will elevate Mount Juliet even further as a luxury destination to tourists for both the home and international markets. Mount Juliet continues to play a vital role as a contributor to the local economy, particularly for those industries linked to the tourism industry. It is a well-deserved accolade and recognition for the consistently excellent service from the team at the Mount Juliet Estate.”
Mount Juliet General Manager Mark Dunne said: “The awarding of the Fáilte Ireland five stars is a testament to the work of the team here at Mount Juliet, who endeavour to deliver the exceptional level of service and personality that this heritage estate merits. We look forward to building relationships with our neighbours and putting the Mount Juliet Estate on the international tourist destination map.”