Car Hire Kikenny
Book with Irish Car Rentals for low cost car rental Kilkenny.
Our office staff will be waiting to guide you through the car & van hire procedure and is always on hand to offer advice on exploring Co. Kilkenny.
With cheap rental rates and a full range of rental fleet vehicles including compact, intermediate, family and luxury cars – you can meet both your budget and your space requirements. All of our vehicles include Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) and Unlimited Mileage.
Irish Car Rentals offers a price promise - "We Will Not Be Beaten on Price" on all car hire Kilkenny. We will match or better any quotes from another direct car rental supplier in Republic of Ireland. We believe you will not be able to beat Irish Car Rentals' rates however if you can - please call Irish Car Rentals to verify the quote you received. Read more here
Car Hire Fleet
With our cheap rates, you can budget your car hire and van rental, the fleet is supplied by Europcar Ireland so we are delighted to offer an unrivalled, competitively-priced selection of cars, SUVs and people-carriers, in manual, automatic and various sizes.
Our fleet has an average age of eight months or less so, regardless of the vehicle you choose, it will be among the latest models available.
Van Hire Kilkenny
Hiring a van in Kilkenny with Irish Car Rentals is available. We offer these models for van rental; Ford Connect Cube and a Ford Transit vans for those looking to transport large items or for a commercial van hire use. Kilkenny cheap van hire rates are available on midweek or on weekends rentals.
Visiting Kilkenny is never disappointing, the town is happy to appear exactly as visitors imagine Ireland to be, with narrow streets lined by ancient buildings and punctuated with old-time marketplaces as they follow the River Nore, between Saint Canice’s Cathedral and Kilkenny Castle. Historically constructed from locally sourced ‘Black’ marble and having grown rich in times past from exporting that same stone, there’s no doubt why Kilkenny is called ‘the marble city’.
Kilkenny Castle, built in the 13th century for the 4th Earl of Pembroke, is an imposing structure that has defended the City’s river crossing for centuries. Opposite is the National Craft Gallery, an exciting Ireland's leading centre for contemporary craft and design. At the other end of the town, 800-year-old Saint Canice’s Cathedral is the latest incarnation of a church that has occupied the same spot since the 6th century, and includes an ancient round tower that affords some stunning views over the city. The Black Abbey is a beautifully restored Dominican monastery built in 1225 that boasts the largest five-light window in the country. And, of course, as with any decent Irish city, there are dozens of bars, pubs and clubs to sample, and let the locals clue you in on the best sights to see.
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