From the moment you walk through the doors of The K Club, you will experience the highest standards of luxury, found only in an AA 5 Red Star hotel. This is the ultimate accolade, achieved by a mere handful of hotels in Ireland. Set amongst 550 acres of County Kildare countryside by the River Liffey, this elegantly restored country house was opened in 1991. Just 40 minutes from Ireland’s capital city and Dublin International Airport, the atmosphere is opulent, yet relaxed. Classical surroundings reflect elements of Ireland’s history and you are assured the warmest of welcomes from the discretely helpful staff. Two championship golf courses & a luxury spa, the best of Irish cuisine and an idyllic river setting complete the picture – the perfect venue for an Irish vacation.
At The K Club, each of the bedrooms and suites are individually appointed to the highest standard. There are no two rooms alike in terms of size and interior, making it one of the only resorts in Ireland that can boast this unique characteristic. All rooms offer views overlooking the gardens and the river, or the golf course and driving range. In total the hotel boasts 69 guestrooms, each with exquisite hand painted bathrooms.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Satellite Television
- Wireless Internet Access
- DVD Player
- CD Player
- Electronic Safe
- 24 hour Valet Service
- Morning & Evening Maid Service
- Welcome Chocolates on arrival
- Fruit of the season on arrival
- Slippers & Bathrobes
With three excellent restaurants to choose from, dining at The K Club is undoubtedly one of the highlights of any stay at the hotel.
The Byerley Turk Restaurant:
Treat yourself to dinner in the elegant Byerley Turk Restaurant, acclaimed as one of the finest restaurants in the country. Rich brocade wall coverings, marble columns and lofty draped windows accent the award-winning dining room. The discreet sounds of our resident pianist, candlelit tables laid with crisp monogrammed linens, Irish crystal and gleaming silverware all form a luxurious backdrop to one of Ireland’s finest dining experience. Savour our modern Irish cuisine using the very best of Ireland’s produce and seasonal ingredients. Round it off with fine wines from our truly remarkable cellar.
Why not try the stylish Legends restaurant in The Palmer Clubhouse, which offers a relaxed atmosphere overlooking the 18th green and lake. Golf memorabilia, cartoons and portraits are found throughout the Legends Bar and Restaurant. The Restaurant is open daily to guests, golfers and families for both lunch and dinner, offering European cuisine from an extensive menu.
The River Room:
This elegant brasserie restaurant situated in the Hotel is one of The K Club’s gems. Overlooking the gardens and the river Liffey. The K Club’s River Room Restaurant opens 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
With a relaxed atmosphere and offering beautiful views overlooking the gardens and the River Liffey, The River Room Restaurant is a casual, child friendly restaurant with NO dress code. The menu is traditional in style with some K Club favourities.
• Smart Casual at all times
• Smart Casual in the Legends Restaurant
• Jacket & Tie required after 7pm in the Byerley Turk
On the Map: Kildare Town is located in County Kildare, inland from the eastern coast and approx. 45 minutes southwest of Dublin City. The town is just off the M7 motorway that connects the cities of Dublin (to the northeast) and Limerick (to the southwest).
County Kildare is home to the National Stud and three racecourses, at The Curragh, Naas & Punchestown. This inland county has areas of low-lying bogs on its western bountary. To the east, the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains meet its unique fertile plain, the Currage, which has 6,000 acres of grassland and; if up in the early morning, you can see beautiful throoughbred racehorses excerising. Visitors to Kildare can walk the countryside, play golf, fish, ride or cruise its waterways. One of the best ways of exploring this county is by following the canals, either walking their towpaths or cruising their waters. Away from the main roads, its a peaceful county with plenty of wild fowl, birds and animals in its river valleys, bogs, woodlands & canals.