The Keadeen Hotel
All of our 75 beautifully appointed bedrooms are designed to ensure our guests enjoy a restful night's sleep in complete luxury. We offer a choice of Deluxe, Superior and Standard Bedrooms - the primary difference being additional space and work areas. Twins, Double and Family Rooms including inter-connecting rooms are also available. All of our guest bedrooms are NON-SMOKING.Each room has access to free high speed Wi-Fi (200Mb) from UPC, the fastest available broadband in Ireland and Sky Sports 1 and Sky Movies 1 on available in each room. All of our guests at The Keadeen also have complimentary access to the Club Health & Leisure Centre. Most of our rooms overlook the gardens and extensive grounds which have been beautifully planted and tended over many years.
The Keadeen Hotel offers a range of superb dining options that is beyond your average hotel fare, including the Drawing Room Lounge which is ideal for meeting with friends and colleagues for morning or afternoon tea, the Club Bar & Bistro for all day casual dining, or the multiple AA Award-winning Derby Restaurant, for more formal dining and special occasions. The Keadeen was recognised by the RAI (Restaurant Association of Ireland) in 2012 for its “Outstanding Commitment to the Irish Restaurant Industry”. The hotel's success is a combination of excellent service, timeless elegance in its décor and superb food. Our dedicated team of chefs are at the helm in the kitchen, and carefully plan menus to suit the palates, needs and requirements of the guests, using only the best of local produce.
Newbridge,W12 T925, Co. Kildare, Ireland
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The Curragh Racecourse
Few sporting events match the excitement, glamour and enjoyment of a day at the races. Less than one hour by car from Dublin City Centre, from March until October, the Curragh stages
Mondello Park Racing Circuit
Mondello Park is the only FIA Licenced Motor Racing circuit in the Republic of Ireland and was opened in 1968. Prior to the opening of the circuit all racing in Ireland had taken place on closed