Away from the hustle and bustle Kildare’s K Club is an opulent five-star hotel. It is an unparalleled location with impeccable service and lavish design. Top marks!!
The rooms are totally spacious all with tall ceilings, bay windows and big bathrooms. Delightful period touches tailored with luxury and style.
Located in Straffan in County Kildare on the banks of the River Liffey, this opulent hotel which is set in a beautiful part of the country is a joy to stay at for so many reasons. Start your K Club experience with a meal at the hotel’s chic restaurant The River Room Restaurant or after an intimate meal at the The Byerley Turk why not enjoy a leisurely stroll through the exquisite estate and visit the stunning Victorian walled garden.
For those of you who love to stay active you will feel at home here. Be pampered at the hotel’s decadent Spa - K Spa, swim and keep fit at the K Club Health & Fitness Centre. The K Club is fantastic spot for a game of golf. Choose from not one but two magnificent Championship courses – The Palmer Ryder Cup & The Smurfit Course. Definitely bring you’re A game. The K Club is one hotel to unwind, relax and get away from the stresses of daily life. Enjoy every minute.
Decadent Spa – K Spa
The Byerley Turk
The River Room Restaurant
The Vintage Crop
The K Thai
Golf – Choose from two magnificent Championship courses – The Palmer Ryder Cup & The Smurfit Course
K Health & Fitness
Café en Seine (+353 (0) 1 6774567) is a fantastic choice with all ages for enjoying a social evening out. Located at the trendy and hip Dawson Street, this stylish bar is intoxicating. Enjoy a party atmosphere at Café en Seine, where the food is to die for, the entertainment is magical and the drinks flow until the wee hours of the morning.
After exploring Dublin’s most famous attractions, take a break and pay a visit to Doheny & Nesbitts (+353 (0) 1 676 2945) on Baggot Street. This fantastic Dublin bar is one of a kind. Who knows who you might spot here. It is usually frequented by politicians enjoying a wet lunch as the Government Buildings are just around the corner. Founded in 1850, by William Burke even since its foundation by William Burke in 1850, it has been and still is a well-seasoned drinking emporium.
If you are doddering over where to go for a well-deserved glass of Cabernet Sauvignon, a Sparkling Wine or an unbelievable cocktail, No37 Dawson Street (+353 (0) 1 9022908) never disappoints.
Hit Grafton Street, one of Dublin’s best shopping scenes. Hip and trendy boutiques are everywhere to be found as far as the eye can see.
Make your way over to the north side of the city and pay a visit to Ireland’s largest department store – Arnotts (+353 (0) 1 8050400). Founded in 1843, you will find everything from the best fashion brands, quality gifts to spectacular homewares.
Located in the Powerscourt Townhouse, Dublin 2 (+353 (0) 1 6778770) visitors should definitely visit Kennedy & McSharry – Dublin’s oldest gentlemen’s outfitters. From neckwear, shirts, hats and caps; you name it, they stock them.
Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I on the grounds of an Augustinian priory that was a victim of the dissolution. Trinity College even today dominates the city landscape and the oldest buildings (the brick-built "Rubrics") date from 1700. Most of the impressive buildings were built during the renovation phase of 1759. Trinity College Library is home to more than an million books and priceless manuscripts, the most famous being the "Book of Kells" - long queues may form in summer.
Ireland's largest church and the National Cathedral - this special status was conferred on a church were no bishop actually has his throne! Founded in 1191 by Archbishop Comyn, Saint Patrick's Cathedral was substantially renovated between 1844 and 1869 with moneys granted and raised by Sir Benjamin Lee Guinness. Visitors will thus find a neo-gothic cathedral with some older parts. Here you will also see the graves of Dean Swift (of "Gulliver" fame) and his beloved Stella.
Not a forbidding fortress and definitely not a fairy-tale image - Dublin Castle is the "Irish Stew" of castles, everything thrown in in bits and pieces. The original Viking fortress was expanded, renovated, torn down and rebuilt over the centuries. Today a massive tower and the Royal Chapel look medieval while all administrative buildings are in more modern styles. The defensive character is gone but the beautiful gardens and impressive state rooms make more than up for it
Dublin without Guinness is like Milwaukee without ... you get the the point (or pint)! Nowhere is Guinness more the center of attention as in the Guinness Storehouse. Based at historic St James's Gate (Dublin 8) this is part of the original brewery. The exhibitions include the brewing process, the Guinness transportation system and a pipeline much maligned by thirsty but thrifty Dubliners. Highlight of the tour is a "free" pint in the stunning Gravity Bar, high above Dublin's rooftops
Kilmainham Gaol (Inchicore Road, Dublin 8) is one of Europe's most notorious prisons and has been preserved in working order. Eternally cold and bare cells bear mute witness to the harsh prison life faced by inmates. In Irish history Kilmainham Gaol comes only second to the GPO - here the leaders of the 1916 were executed. Today's tours tend to highlight this aspect more than anything else, making the prison more a republican shrine and not a piece of Irish general social history
Come and see the Old Jameson Distillery today and experience one of the top attractions in Dublin,
Located in Smithfield, Dublin and open 7 days a week, a visit to one of Dublin’s top international visitor attractions is an unforgettable experience.
Come and taste of some of Ireland’s finest Irish whiskeys, enjoy a delicious lunch in the 3rd Still Restaurant 3rd Still Restaurant or pick up one of our exclusive Jameson Irish gifts.
World Travel Awards - Ireland's Leading Golf Resort - 2011
Ireland's AA Hotel of the Year - 2010/2011
AA Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence - 2008
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