1 Accommodation, 6 Things to do
The ruined church of Bodenstown with it's overgrown graveyard stands in the rolling pasture lands of Kildare, it is the scene of an annual Republican political pilgrimage to the grave of Theobald Wolfe Tone.
With superb natural drainage, Millicent Golf Club has been described as the driest course in Leinster. Conveniently located just 30 minutes from Dublin, this 18-hole parkland course is set in beautiful surroundings, with the river liffey bordering a number of holes and the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains as the backdrop.
The four star Westgrove Hotel combines comptemporary glamour with old world elegance, creating the epitome of relaxed glamour in County Kildare. Welcoming guests with stunningly appointed rooms, a host of excellent facilities and genuine hospitality.
Introducing 'mygolfsociety.ie', launched in May, 2008. This new and exciting Irish golf website will act as a booking agent for golf societies and golf groups throughout the country. Our top of the line website provides golf societies with a free website which will help them to manage their affairs and keep all their members up to date with what's happening. We help organise everything for a golf society's golfing year, including golf outings, prizes, logo clothing, golf breaks, golf weekends and anything else that you can think of.
At Spa Haven located in the Westgrove Hotel, Clane, County Kildare, their aim is to create an atmosphere in which guests can escape from the pressures of daily life and submerge themselves in a world of pure calm and serenity.
The Clane Slí na Sláinte is a 4.1km route, starting at the junction of Balnagappa and the Dublin Road. For more information follow link to route
Florence & Milly is a pottery and crafts activity studio in Butterstream, Clane, County Kildare. The studio is child and adult friendly, making it an ideal space for all age groups.
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