Cheap Hotels in Kildare
Cloncarlin House Bed and Breakfast is a spacious 18th century farmhouse located in Monasterevin, County Kildare. It is situated on an elevated site on a 180 acre beef farm and provides scenic views of the surrounding countryside. The house has five en-suite and one standard bedroom decorated in the traditional style. There is a homely lounge area for guests to relax in and a dining room where tasty breakfasts are served each morning.
Castleview Farm Hotel
Castleview Farm Bed and Breakfast offers good value quality bed and breakfast accommodation in a modern bungalow that is tastefully designed with guests comfort in mind. The 4-star house, located on a farm on the outskirts of Kildare town, is run by friendly hosts Liz and Ed Fitzpatrick. Each bedroom is decorated in a charming country style and offers comfort, warmth and privacy. There is a relaxing sitting room with an open fire that create a cosy atmosphere. Guests are invited to take a stroll around the farm and gardens and relax on the patio watching beautiful sunsets. Farmstay Experience At Castleview Farm B&B you can experience life on a working dairy farm in a relaxed peaceful environment. Watch the milking in progress or stroll to the nearby historical ruins. Children can enjoy helping Liz collect the eggs for breakfast.
Seven Springs Hotel
Seven Springs in Newbridge, County Kildare, is a relaxing family-run B&B nestled on the edge of the world renowned Curragh Plains. The B&B is set in mature leafy gardens that have an outdoor seating area and ample private parking. Guests will be greeted with a warm welcome from the friendly hosts. The rooms are en-suite and nicely decorated with TVs and all modern conveniences to ensure a comfortable and relaxing stay.
Cherryville House Hotel
Cherryville House is a traditional style farmhouse in the heart of Kildare. Guests are welcomed by the friendly Johnston family who provide a relaxed friendly atmosphere and quality bed and breakfast accommodation. The house was built in the 1800's and is situated on a working farm with sheep. There are three comfortable bedrooms, two with en-suite facilities, that are tastefully decorated and equipped with TVs. There is a charming old-world dining room where a tasty breakfast is served each morning.
Eaglehill B&B Hotel
Experience the warm and friendly atmosphere at Eaglehill Bed and Breakfast, set amongst Kildare's Stud farms. The rooms are spacious and comfortalbe and the gardens a blaze of colour during summer. Your hostess, Julie, is a professioanl cook and along with breakfast can prepare evening suppers. We provide our visitors with a personal service, we care about our guests and endeavour to make their stay as comfortable as possible.
Hotels in Kildare
Situated in the beautiful County Kildare yet just 31 miles west of Dublin, Kildare provides an inspiring blend of fascinating Irish heritage and history, surrounded by unspoilt rural delights. It is famously one of Celtic Ireland's most important towns, but also home of the Irish National Stud and a key location in the earliest days of motorsport.
Celtic roots and heritage
The town dates from the 5th century and the name Kildare means â€˜Church of the Oak'. This is derived from the monastery founded by Saint Brigid here, which grew to become a site of huge significance for the Christian church. Today in the historic Kildare Square at the heart of the town, you can enjoy the 13th century St Brigid's Cathedral. Explore inside to enjoy the glowing stained glass window that depicts Ireland's three main saints: Patrick, Brigid and Colmcille.
Out in the grounds you'll also discover a fascinating 10th century round tower, which you can still climb, not to mention the legendary wishing stone. It is said that if you place your arm through the hole and touch your shoulder your wish will be granted!
The Irish National Stud
Just outside the town is perhaps the area's best known attraction: the Irish National Stud. Founded by Colonel Hall Walker in 1900, the stud has built a world-class reputation over the decades, although whether this is due to the Colonel's faith in astrology and its influence on each foal's fortune is debatable. Now this stunning centre is run by the Irish government and breeds the very finest stallions.
There are hourly guided tours around the stalls, where you can come face to face with the stallions, and you even get privileged access to the intensive care unit where some of the sport's most cherished newborn foals are found. There is also the Irish Horse Museum and the elegant Japanese Gardens to enjoy at the same location.
Kildare hotels make a fine base for exploring the lush countryside of the county. It is mainly low lying and crossed by three of Ireland's major rivers: the Barrow, Liffey and Boyne. To the east of the county you can also enjoy the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains. A good way of seeing the spectacular countryside from the town itself is to follow the Gordon Bennett Route, which traces the roads used by fearless racers in 1903. This evocative drive is clearly signposted from the centre, and takes you on a 104-mile circuit through motor racing history at a somewhat more gentle pace.
On the edge of the town is the popular and chic Kildare Village. This is a retail centre filled with individual boutiques, restaurants, bars and cafÃ©s, all facing onto pedestrianised open-air boulevards. It's a suitably intimate and tranquil setting for shopping treats in Kildare and is open seven days a week.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Kildare
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Kildare?According to our booking data, one of the most booked hotels in Kildare is Cloncarlin House.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Kildare?The lowest price for a double room in Kildare is £71.
What are the best hotels in Kildare near the center?If you want to stay near the center of Kildare, you can consider staying at Cloncarlin House.
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