Ardclough is a dispersed rural community of about 700 residents, a small place with a big history.
An attractive and welcoming quiet town located in east Kildare, close to the Wicklow border, nestling on the banks of the River Liffey and Blessington Lakes
Celbridge is on the River Liffey and is 23 km (14 miles) west of Dublin. It is also situated close to the K Club, one of Ireland's premier golf clubs, which hosted the Ryder Cup in 2006.
Clane is an attractive town halfway between Maynooth and Naas. The River Liffey flows past its outskirts and the Grand Canal is within a couple of miles.
Kilcullen is about 30 miles from Dublin on the River Liffey and is 4 miles from the Curragh , the centre of Ireland's horseracing industry.
Kildare Town is situated in West Kildare beside The Curragh Plains and The Japanese Gardens and Irish National Stud.
Leixlip is situated at the confluence of two rivers, The Rye & the Liffey. These formed ancient borders in Ireland’s Celtic past.
Maynooth is a pleasant 18th century "planned town" and home to St. Patrick's College. It is Ireland's only University town.
Naas is a cosmopolitan town of over 20,500 inhabitants. Naas Racecourse is in the town and the home of national hunt racing in Ireland, Punchestown, is nearby.
Droichead Nua, (Newbridge) is situated on the River Liffey. The town is a large industrial and commercial centre with a rapidly growing population.