Kilkea Lodge and Farm is a comfortable family farmhouse offering B&B accommodation in County Kildare. This historic country house is especially suited to artistic guests seeking solace from hectic lives.
Kilkea Lodge and Farm in Country Kildare aims to be a relaxed home from home. This historic country house is especially suited to artistic guests seeking solace from hectic lives. There are fabulous open spaces to walk in or be inspired on a painting holiday. The bed and breakfast is pet friendly and there are dogs to play with, horses to admire and gardens to explore. Animal lovers will feel right at home here.
Kilkea Lodge offers two double ensuite bedrooms, one room with a private adjoining bathroom and one twin room with a private shower. Alternatively there is the family studio with its own bathroom that sleeps four. A catering service is offered for special occasions, parties and weddings.
For a truly alternative break why not enjoy a creative holiday workshop? Workshops run at Kilkea Lodge include painting, watercolour, drawing, millinery and willow basket making.
Within easy reach of the Wicklow Mountains, the Irish National Stud, Japanese Gardens and St Fiachras Gardens, Kilkea Lodge is in an ideal location to explore the Kildare and Wicklow countryside.
Kildare is famous for its love of horse racing and Kilkea Lodge is located within easy reach of a number of local race courses: The Curragh, Punchestown and Gowran. A transfer mini bus to the race courses from Kilkea lodge can be arranged.
If racing isn’t your thing, there is leisure centre facilities and golf club adjacent to Kilkea Castle Hotel. Or perhaps come to the luxury surroundings of Kilkea Lodge for a bridge weekend.
Keen competitive riders can even come on holiday with their horses. Refresher or pre-competition dressage courses are run at Kilkea with Marion Greene who is a well known listed dressage judge. Horses are accommodated in short term livery or boarding.
Kilkea Lodge and Farmhouse is featured in Best B&B's, Hidden Places of Ireland and Kildare Failte.