Graignamanagh or Graiguenamanagh is a village in County Kilkenny, near the border with County Carlow. The village has two spellings, Graignamanagh and Graiguenamanagh. The first is the Irish spelling and the second is the Anglicised version.

Graignamanagh Hotels

Search for hotels in Graignamanagh, 12 km west in Thomastown and 9 km southwest in Inistioge.


Saint Mullins Close, Tinnahinch, Graiguenamanagh
+353 59 972 4625

St. Mullins, Carlow
+353 51 424 936

Rated 4.6 of 5
Main Street, Borris
+353 59 977 3209

8 km south of Graignamanagh
The Rower, Inistioge, Kilkenny
+353 51 423 614

Rated 4.3 of 5
The Quay, Graiguenamanagh
+353 59 972 4246

Mount Brandon, Graiguenamanagh
+353 59 972 4789

8 km north of Graignamanagh
Borris Business Park, Borris, Carlow
+353 59 977 3533

Viaduct View, Kilcoltrim, Borris
+353 59 977 1860

8 km south of Graignamanagh
The Rower, Inistioge
+353 51 423 614

9 km southwest of Graignamanagh
Cappagh, Inistioge
+353 86 865 6747

Also in the Area

Destinations nearby to Graignamanagh:
Tinnahinch, Knockbodaly, Newtown and Ballynakill
Landmarks in the area:
Bran Scultair and Ballycrinnigan Rock
Choose the road less travelled. And remember that the best places to visit are not in the guide.

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