Japanese gardens, super stallions and crazy tales, Ireland's National Stud delivers a perfect day out
From a day at the races to championship golf courses, Kildare is a king amongst counties
Love Fishing Ireland offer tailor made fishing excursions in breathtaking locations for both wild brown trout and pike....
Indoor Mini Golf course, featuring 18 challenging holes, a number of water features and an array of greenery.
Introducing 'mygolfsociety.ie', launched in May, 2008. This new and exciting Irish golf website will act as a booking...
Cruise Ireland's Royal Canal aboard the traditional canal barge. This charming barge is perfect for weekend to fortnighly...
Newbridge Silverware has a factory showroom with a shop, selling goods such as silver plated photo frames, trays, famous...
the Roost Bar is located in Maynooth, County Kildare.
The ruined church of Bodenstown with it's overgrown graveyard stands in the rolling pasture lands of Kildare, it is...
Athy Golf Club was formed in 1906. Originally a 9-hole course, Athy was extended to 18 holes in 1993. Some major development...
Get set for an amazing sporting and social event combining history, spectacle, glamour, excitement and prestige.
Take your pick from four races with varying levels of intensity as one of Ireland’s largest triathlons takes over Athy...
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