Only 35km from Dublin, rural Naas allows you to de-stress with country activities like horse riding, golf and visits to grand old estates. Naas is on the 18th-century Grand Canal, which is pretty as a picture, and of course, the area is rich in equine culture with numerous racecourses and stud farms.
Take a relaxing cruise through the Kildare countryside on a traditional canal barge and discover the stories of the waterways.
Nothing beats the excitement of day at the races in Naas. Great food, entertainment and racing!
Award wining gastropub that carefully sources its produce and brews its own selection of gins and craft beers. A great dining experience and value for money.
The home of Irish Jump Racing and hosts to the famous five-day Punchestown Festival. A world class event venue.
The Grand Canal Way follows pleasant grassy towpaths and tarmac canal-side roads all the way to Shannon Harbour.
Located along the Grand Canal in Sallins, Lock13 is Kildare’s 1st Ever Brewpub.
Set amidst acres of historic & intriguing gardens, walkways & parkland, with magnificent views over the Kildare countryside.
A relaxed family friendly dining experience overlooking the Grand Canal.