A good range of fine jewellery can be found at Keane's. In addition to the standard claddagh rings and celtic crosses, there are very nice traditional settings of precious gems. Earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and watches can all be bought and repaired here. Keane's also offers an appraisal service. The staff are very helpful and service is courteous, yet efficient. Tax free shopping is available to non residents of the European Union.
Women travel from all over Ireland to visit this exclusive store. It's divided into two shops which are joined by an internal landing - one side features professional and special event attire, while the other stocks more casual styles. The atmosphere is hushed and luxurious; you may feel conspicuous in jeans. Stock is very well displayed on roomy racks. Irish and international designer labels are stocked with coordinating accessories to complete the look. A tailoring service is also available. MacBee's has two sales per year, which attract hordes for a shopping frenzy. If you want to brave the crowds, visit the shop after Christmas and at the end of the summer.
Kilkenny Shop is a one stop shop for top brands, gorgeous jewelry, delicate crockery, and more. Calvin Klein, Fossil, Guess, Radley, and Tommy Hilfiger pool their finest at the shop, so look for amazing bags, stylish dresses, slick tops and fancy accessories. They also have a wide variety of home decor, crafts, linen and stationery. The range is slightly expensive, but the collection is worth the splurge. So drop in to witness the most elegant designs in clothing and decor.
The Dungeon successfully combines a second-hand bookstore with a news agency. The latest newspapers and magazines are well displayed in the back of the shop, while the front is devoted to used books. The stock of used books is vast, but staff can quickly locate titles upon request. All prices are very reasonable and even current best sellers can often be found. The Dungeon also buys second-hand books, so if you would like to dispense with the tome you recently finished, this may be just the place.
For authentic, handmade jewelry, blankets, jackets and sports jackets, capes and sweaters and cardigans, Moriarty’s parades its finest. Beautiful designs with elegant edges are bound to take a place in your shopping bag. The products are trademarks of excellent craftsmanship and quality. The Heather Restaurant adds to the charm of the store. The food is made of fresh produce harvested from the beautiful gardens that surround, and they serve delicious sandwiches and salads along with coffee. So you can shop to your heart's content, and then grab a bite or two.
Bricin features Irish crafts at their very best. An incredible variety of hand crafted items are available. Pottery, statues, scarves, hats, jewelery, stationary, clocks, candles, and toys are well displayed throughout the shop. This is the just the spot to find a unique and tasteful souvenir. At the back, Bricin has a spacious book area. There is a good range here too, and all books are at a discount. If making your way through the huge assortment of stock drains your energy, Bricin has an excellent restaurant/café upstairs.
This traditional corner shop has a bit of everything and offers solutions for every domestic emergency. Newspapers, magazines, sweets, baked goods, deli meats, tobacco, lottery tickets, stamps, and perceptive advice can all be found here. There is a nearly continuous stream of pedestrian traffic flowing in and out of this small shop. Both visitors and locals alike find its convenient location and supply of all round goods hard to beat.
This jewellery shop looks deceptively small from the outside, yet there is an excellent selection throughout the shop. Billy and Margaret Nolan carry a wide variety of Irish theme and traditionally styled jewellery. Both precious and semi-precious stone settings are stocked. A fine array of watches is also available. The staff are extremely helpful without being pushy, happy to show any piece of interest to the customer. Tax-free shopping is available for non-European Union nationals.
This large general drapery shop stocks a good variety of clothing for the entire family, soft furnishings, and giftware. Practical basics are featured in the clothing department, rather than the latest fashion trends. Bedding, scatter pillows, and curtain materials are also carried to add accent to any home. Giftware selections include Waterford Crystal, fine china, and pottery. Staff members are very helpful, particularly when assisting customers looking for potential gift ideas.
This small chemist in the town centre can be counted on for all of the necessary medicines, but its most popular service is the one-hour photo development service that's located just across the street. Locals and visitors alike have film developed quickly and with quality results. Prescriptions and over the counter medications are provided efficiently in the pharmacy department. The friendly staff members are very knowledgeable and helpful in both areas of expertise.
Although it may lack a certain ambience, Lots remains an interesting combination of a petrol station and furniture shop. Once selling almost exclusively antique and second-hand furniture, Lots now focuses on more contemporary pieces. Rugs, home accessories, and soft furnishings are stocked in addition to large furniture. Merchandise can be displayed in a haphazard fashion and span several rooms and two levels. There are still a few antique items towards the back where interested parties can ferret them out.