Kildare

Famous for its horses, racing and stud farms, Kildare’s famous racecourses – The Curragh – Punchestown and Naas are the home to exciting racing festivals, while the Irish National Stud is testament to the county’s strong horse breeding tradition. The county offers a range of special interests in addition to horse racing and horse riding such as golf, motor racing, fishing, ecology, cruising and walking. In September 2006, The K Club hosted the most prestigious international golf event "The Ryder Cup".

  • The Westgrove Hotel

    Located on the edge of Clane village in Co. Kildare, the Westgrove Hotel combines effortless accessibility with a feeling of getting away from the...more
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  • Knightsbrook Resort

    Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort is situated in the heritage town of Trim, a mere 35 minutes from Dublin and 40 minutes from Dublin...more
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  • Horse Racing

    Visit The Curragh, home of the Irish Classics, Naas or Punchestown racecourses for a taste of Irish racing at its best. The Irish Derby at the...more
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  • Angling and Walking

    A wide choice of rivers and canals, many with towpaths, are definitely worth a visit. There are also 2 long distance way-marked ways, the Barrow...more
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  • Heritage and Gardens

    If you enjoy seeing other people's beautiful houses and gardens then County Kildare is the place for you. From the grandest Palladian mansions...more
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  • Shopping

    A shopper’s paradise, Kildare Village is home to over 60 designer boutiques at up to 60% off RRP every day, all year round. Spend the day...more
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  • 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...more
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