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Built in 1798 on the townland of St Catherine’s Park on the border of Kildare and Dublin, Leixlip Manor is the centrepiece of 27 acres of beautiful parkland with four acres of formal gardens including an attractive Victorian-walled garden with a generous mixture of mature trees. The beautiful Manor House Hotel was re-opened in December 2017 having undergone a restoration to its former glory. The Luxuriously restored Manor House Hotel is one of three viewing points from its palatial neighbor, Castletown House, along with the Beautiful Barn and Connollys Folly. 


 The Hotel has a total of 27 en-suite bedrooms which includes 8 luxury Bedrooms and Suites in the Manor House and 19 traditional rooms in the Courtyard.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Premium TV channels 
  • Premium bedding 
  • Free newspaper 
  • Coffee/tea maker 
  • Daily housekeeping 
  • Private bathroom 
  • Free toiletries 
  • Deep soaking bathtub 
  • Bathtub or shower 
  • Iron/ironing board 
  • Cable TV service 
  • Flat-panel TV 
  • Free WiFi 
  • Room service (limited hours) 
  • Separate bedroom 

The Redwood bar 
The Redwood Bar is the perfect spot for friends to meet for a scone and a coffee when taking a stroll around the grounds, meeting the ponies or when catching up on the Terrace over a glass of wine. The team has prepared a fabulous Bar Menu which changes daily offering tasty treats and Sandwiches. In the evenings the bar offers a relaxed setting for couples calling in for a quiet drink to catch up on the days events and our own hotel guests relaxing and planning their next adventure.

The Manor Rooms Restaurant

This beautiful room is full of period features and guests may enjoy this gorgeous room for Breakfast, lunch, and Dinner in the evening. The popular Afternoon Tea is also served in the Manor Rooms. Sunday Lunch has always been important at Leixlip Manor hotel and Sunday Lunch is served in the Manor rooms.

On the map: The name “Leixlip” comes from the Old Norse Lax Hlaup which means “salmon leap”. The was the name given to the area by Vikings when they established a settlement near the confluence of the river Liffey and Rye Water in the 9th century. The salmon leap itself was a pair of large waterfalls which are now gone from view following the installation of a hydroelectric power station in the mid-1940s.

After the Vikings, the Normans arrived and built a Castle overlooking the two rivers in 1132 known as Leixlip Castle. In 1732, the nephew of Speaker Connolly, William Connolly, bought the castle, and in the same year, Arthur Guinness began a small brewery on the banks of the Liffey beside the Main Street. The brewery moved to St. James’s Gate, Dublin in 1759 and has become one of the best- known global brands.

Thomas Connolly’s wife, Lady Louise, was responsible for the building of The Obelisk between Leixlip & Celbridge known as Connolly’s Folly, in 1740 and the Wonderful Barn, built in 1743.

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