Meubles

 

 

 

Meubles is a beautiful furniture and homewares showroom with 2 stores based in the beautiful medieval cities of Kilkenny and Galway. The discerning buyer will find an extensive array of leading brands of sofas, dining sets, beds, bedroom furniture, homewares, accessories, flooring, fitted furniture fitted kitchens and lighting. Our Kilkenny store also features a newly refurbished restaurant that serves delicious hot and cold dishes from locally sourced ingredients, seven days a week.

Owned and operated by the O’Keeffe family since the Kilkenny store first opened its doors in 1972, we invest a significant amount of time and money in ensuring our stores are kept up to date with the latest designs and inspirational ideas. Our buyers continually review our product assortment to ensure we maintain our reputation for marrying quality products with value for money.

Our mission is to position Meubles as the ultimate destination store for furniture and homewares. Open 7 days a week, with extensive parking facilities, our showrooms are easily accessible from all parts of the country.

Meubles has built a reputation over the past 45 years on the following key differentiators;

  • Quality product selection
  • Extensive product assortment
  • Big brand names
  • Value for money
  • Staff knowledge
  • Customer service
  • Reputation
  • Location & accessibility
  • On-site restaurant with children’s play area (Kilkenny)

If you’re serious about buying quality furniture, a visit to Meubles is essential! 

ADDRESS
Kilkenny
Unit 12, Kilkenny Retail Park, Smithlands,
Kilkenny City, R95 Y26C

Phone: +353 (0)56 7722034
Email: info@meubles.ie
Website: www.meubles.ie

Monday — Saturday: 9am — 6pm
Sunday & Bank Holidays: 11am — 6pm
Closed: Easter Sunday, Christmas Day, St. Stephen’s Day, New Year’s Day

 Galway
Unit 23, Briarhill Business Park,
Ballybrit, Galway, H91 KN9X
Phone: +353 (0)91 709550
Email: galway@meubles.ie
Website: www.meubles.ie

Monday — Saturday: 9.30am — 6pm
Sunday & Bank Holidays: 12pm — 6pm
Closed: Easter Sunday, Christmas Day, St. Stephen’s Day, New Year’s Day