Kildare Bed and Breakfast

Kildare County is a green rich county in southeast Ireland. It is part of the midlands. It is also located in the province of Leinster. It is named after the town of Kildare. Diverse in culture and history, Kildare Town dates from the 5th Century, when it was the site of the original ‘Church of the Oak’ and monastery founded by St. Brigid. This became one of the three most important Christian foundations in Celtic Ireland. The charming and tidy town of Kildare is dominated by St. Brigid’s Cathedral. The best way to enjoy the natural beauty of Kildare is to stay in a Kildare Bed and Breakfast.

Nurney Road, Monasterevin, Co.Kildare, Ireland
+353 (45) 525722
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Kildare is the best holiday destination for all the Horse Lovers. Book now a Kildare Bed and Breakfast. Kildare lies at the heart of racing country. The Curragh horse-racing course is the home to all five Irish Classic Flat races. In County Kildare are placed two further courses, Punchestown Racecourse, scene of the National Hunt Festival of Ireland, and Naas Racecourse, which shows both National Hunt and Flat meetings. It is used by many horse trainers as a test for horses preparing for the Cheltenham festival, a showdown in the National Hunt racing calendar in the United Kingdom. The county is famous for the quality of horses bred in the many stud farms to which it is home, including the Irish National Stud, it is a semi-state-run blockstock farm. Visitors can explore the 1000acre grounds, watch the horses being trained. There are many other top studs such as Gilltown, Moyglare and Kildangan Stud, and race horse training establishments, such as the Osborne Stables.

The other sport which is at home in Kildare is Golf. The ideal surroundings like flat hills, green fields and the warm weather condition make Kildare to a golf paradise. The Michael Smurfit owned K Club, based on the River Liffey near Straffan played presenter to the 2006 Ryder Cup or the Carlton House Golf Club, which hosted the Irish Open in 2013. Further famous courses are placed at Knockanally and Clane.

County Kildare offers all the guests or tourists beside the sport a stunning region and beautiful houses and gardens like Castletown House in Celbridge and the Japanese Gardens in Kildare town.

The area has a diverse of Bed and Breakfast. It is the perfect option if you are looking for a typical Irish holiday in the middle of an Irish family.



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