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County Kildare

County Kildare, home to equestrian in Ireland, borders Dublin city and is full of green pastures and large open grasslands, broken occasionally with trees and rolling hills.

County Kildare offers plenty to do and see for the whole family, while enjoying a relaxing hotel break at the luxurious K Club Resort.

Towns in Kildare include Naas, Newbridge, Clane, Maynooth which is a university town, Athy and Celbridge. The K Club is situated just outside the village of Straffan between the N4 Maynooth turn off to the West of Ireland and the N7 Naas road to Cork or Limerick.

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Things to do and see in County Kildare

Arthur's Way - The Guinness Story

  • Arthur’s Way is a heritage trail across northeast County Kildare that follows in the footsteps of Arthur Guinness. In just 16 km, it links many of the historic sites associated with Ireland’s most famous brewers – the Guinness family. Visitors are invited to explore Celbridge - where Arthur spent his childhood, Leixlip - the site of his first brewery and Oughterard graveyard - Arthur’s final resting place near his ancestral home. Click here for more information.

Canal Barge Trip

  • Explore the Grand Canal on a restored traditional Canal Barge. Cruises operate from Sallins harbour which is only a 10 minute drive from the Hotel. The barge is licensed for up to 12 passengers and the Captain will give you a unique insight into the life and history of the Grand Canal as it winds its way through the County Kildare countryside. Click here for more information.

Clonfert Pet Farm

  • Established in 2009 Clonfert Pet Farm started out as a small open farm with approx 10 different types of animals and an outdoor play area. Since 2009 there has been continuous hard work done to improve the facilities and the farm's family has increased to over 60 different types of wonderful and exotic animals. Click here for more information.

Kildare Town Walking Tour

  • Discover Ireland’s Ancient East in Co. Kildare, learn about the mythology of Fionn Mac Cumhaill and St. Brigid, the patroness of the Gaels. Key stops along the route include St. Brigid’s Cathedral, a Norman Tower House, the site of the Turf Club and a 12th Century Franciscan Abbey. Click here for more information.

The Kildare Town Heritage Centre

  • Explore the ancient treasures of Kildare Town. Opened in 2001, the centre makes for an ideal departure point of your journey through the town. With a tourist information point, multimedia displays and a gift shop, you will find all the answers you may have about Kildare Town's ancient heritage. Click here for more information.

Motor Racing

  • Take a trip to Mondello Park near Naas, Ireland's only international motor racing circuit. Motor sport enthusiasts can watch some of the most exciting cars manufactured today race on the challenging Mondello circuit. Click here for more information.

Kildare Shopping Village

  • Kildare shopping village is the ideal location for finding that perfect gift or ideal outfit with all the top brands an labels found all under one roof. Click here for more information.

The Japanese Gardens

The National Stud

  • Situated alongside the Japanese Gardens, the world famous National Stud is a must for all bloodstock followers. The Stud consists of 958 acres of land and there are 288 horses in the form of mares, foals and stallions. Click here for more information.

The Curragh Racecourse

  • The Curragh is the headquarters of Flat Racing in Ireland, hosting all five Classic Races and up to thirteen other quality racedays. Click here for more information.

The Punchestown Racecourse

Castletown House

  • Castletown House is the largest and grandest Palladian country house in Ireland and is just 15 minute’s drive from the Hotel. It was built for William Connolly (the speaker of the Irish House of Commons). Building commenced c. 1722 and the building was designed by the renowned Italian architect, Alessandro Galileo and also in part by the Irish architect, Sir Edward Lovett Pearce. Click here for more information.

St. Patrick's College, Maynooth

  • St Patrick's College opened in 1795 as a Catholic seminary and was the first Catholic educational centre to open since the English suppression of the Catholic Church in the 16th and 17th centuries. Click here for more information.
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