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The Clanard Court Hotel is situated in Athy, Kildare, just a 10-minute walk from Athy Train Station. It offers spacious rooms with free internet access, a brasserie and free parking. Fast and easy check in, Very comfortable room, very clean hotel, Hotel bar was quiet but enjoyable ,had excellent breakfast next morning, fantastic shower followed by a quick and easy check out, we enjoyed our stay and would go back again.
A working dairy farm, the award-winning Ballindrum Farm sits amongst the lush countryside of Co. Kildare, offering bright rooms, beautiful views, and hearty farmhouse breakfasts. I had a week long trip staying in different hotels etc and my stay at Mary's bnb was by far the best. Every single thing was exceptional. A very warm welcome by Mary herself and treated to delicious fresh home baked scones with jam , cream and a pot of tea on arrival. My room was beautiful , exceptionally clean and every comfort I could possibly need. The breakfast was top notch and the location was idyllic, just a couple of minutes from the M9 but set in the most tranquil of locations looking out at all the lush green fields. I hope to be able to stay there again and have already been recommending it to others.
A Georgian farmhouse in the Kildare countryside, Moate Lodge near Athy provides individually designed rooms and a full breakfast menu. The breakfast was exceptional. It was the first traditional Irish Breakfast I had since my arrival in Ireland two weeks ago. The host couple were very warm. We visited quite a bit.
Providing garden views, The Stable Yard House at Burtown House & Gardens in Athy provides accommodation, free bikes, a garden, a terrace, a restaurant and a bar. Unique and interesting place to stay. Great that can bring dog. Very relaxing, good food available in the Barn, and gardens beautiful to wander around. No hesitation in recommending.
Located in Kilkea in the Kildare County region and Athy Heritage Centre-Museum reachable within 6.7 km, North Lodge self contained guest accommodations provides accommodation with free WiFi, BBQ... Nothing it was a kip nothing like the photos it was a run down cottage and the gardens were like a dumping ground it was awful we didn't even stay
With a history dating back to 1180, Kilkea Castle provides accommodation set on 180 acres of woodland, gardens and a golf course. The breakfast was really good, far better than I was expecting. The grounds were beautiful and the castle was a unique stay that we loved.
Athy is a small township about an hour south of Dublin in farm country. I was on my way to Kilkenny and took the 2 lane road so I could see more of the country side and the other small townships on the way. The drive was beautiful rather than taking the motorway.
We didn't spend long in Athy on this visit, but we have been there on many other occasions. I enjoy walking along by the water and the markets in the square. If I was on my own I would probably spend some time in the local shops and charity shops but I wouldn't inflict that on my husband as he would be bored. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay as we were meeting up with local friends. Athy is a lovely small town that you could easily walk around. People are generally friendly. It is fairly easy to find your way around it.
Must go to the town square in Athy visit the Museum get a good feel for the area ,plenty of leaflets and information, there is so much histroy within the town i think it goes back to 12 century theres a story about a monkey that saves a young child from a fire back in 15th or 16th century so much going on plus the horse the racing go visit
Small town in a big county, some good local pubs and restaurants. It has easy access to Kildare where the Irish national sud resides with the Japanese gardens. The Curragh is only a few kilometers away along with Punchestown and Nass race courses. Taxi rides to these attractions are cheaper than th UK equivalents to make thing better.
I travelled for a wedding with my wife, she hated it. To me it’s more of a hostile or a bunk house. But it done what it advertised. There was a bed and there was breakfast, albeit you had to make it yourself. Would I go back, not with the wife. Would I pay £150 for the hotel up the road or £79 here. I would stay here.
The room was spotless, looks like the rooms were recently renovated and very comfy and modern. The owner was so nice and gave us the number for local taxis as we were going to a wedding in the hotel 2km away.
Beatiful location and very friendly host. Easy to find and nearby towns including Dublin easily accessible. Very good internet.
Only hotel that provided us bottled water in the room ready at check in.
it’s one of our favourite hotels.