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  1. The Barrow Line

    Robertstown, Kildare

    Lowtown (Robertstown) to Rathangan 7.75 miles, 12.5 km. To reach the Barrow line cross Fenton’s bridge to the south bank of the Grand Canal just before the marina. Read more

  2. Fairways and FunDays

    Johnstown, Kildare

    Fairways and FunDays offer an exciting range of Ultimate Golf & Ireland Tours catering for Golfer and Non Golfers. World Famous Golf, Exhilarating Entertainment and Magical Memories are guaranteed on all of our Tours. Read more

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  3. Leixlip Slí na Sláinte - Saint Catherines Park

    Leixlip, Kildare

    Leixlip 4km Slí na Sláinte - Saint Catherines Park is the second route in Leixlip. Most of the route is through parkland and it starts a the Rye Bank off main street. Read more

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  4. Kilcock Slí na Sláinte

    Kilcock, Kildare

    The Kilcock Slí na Sláinte is 5.5km in length and starts at the Fairgreen, near the entrance to the Railway Station car park. Read more

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  5. Picaderos

    Maynooth, Kildare

    Picaderos Restaurant, Spanish, Mexican & Argentinean food, wines and beers, including full Tapas Menu, A La Carte & daily and weekly Special Set Menus. Read more

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  6. Royal Curragh Golf Club

    Curragh, Kildare

    Quality Approved Golf Club, Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off. Read more

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  7. The Dew Drop Inn

    Kill, Kildare

    The Dew Drop Inn, situated in the heart of Kill Village, Co. Kildare, dates back to the 19th Century and has been a licenced premises for over fifty years. Read more

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  8. The Steam Museum and Lodge Park Walled Garden

    Straffan, Kildare

    The Steam Museum and Lodge Park Walled Garden,two attractions in the same place, are located only 15kms west of Dublin and are 5kms from 2 arterial roads, N4 and N7. Read more

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  9. River Boyne

    Carbury, Kildare

    The River Boyne and its tributaries hold extensive stocks of wild brown trout. There is also will managed trout fishing available on the lakes nest Collinstown and Fore at the western end of the fishery. Read more

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  10. Kilcock Art Gallery

    Kilcock, Kildare

    The Kilcock Art Gallery was established in 1978 in Kilcock County Kildare. Since then the gallery has been dealing in fine paintings, sculpture and prints by all the leading names in Irish art. Read more

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