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5 Cosy Kildare Firesides to Visit This Winter

Beer, food and a roaring fire – what more do you need to warm the cockles this winter?

Relaxing by an open fire when it’s cold outside is our idea of the perfect winter outing so we’ve rounded up five of the cosiest firesides in Kildare that we think you should try.

Lounge around on comfy sofas and bask in the warmth of a burning fire – these picturesque fires are crying out to be treated like your home away from home.


The K Club



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Is this the cosiest fireside in Co Kildare? The K Club know how to celebrate Christmas and a relaxing evening by the fire with a glass of mulled wine or hot chocolate sounds like heaven right now.





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Can’t you just feel the warmth coming from that fire? Gather the girl’s for a festive afternoon tea and a catch up in front of Killashee’s cosy fire. The perfect Christmas afternoon spent!


Brennan's Kilteel Inn


Brennans Kilteel Inn has that ultimate cosy Irish pub feel and on a festive December evening – what more could you want? Go for a pint and you’ll probably want to stay for another five. Brennan’s in Kilteel may look familiar due to it’s use for filming in the Irish hit show ‘Blood’ and upcoming release ‘Harry Wild’ starring Jane Seymour.



Kildare Town

Head into Hartes and cosy up by the fire any enjoy their exceptional menu featuring beer brewed in their sister pub The Dew Drop Inn. The Hartes menu focuses on seasonality, provenance, innovation which can also be seen in their drinks meu with their Oatmeal and Chocolate Pale Ale which is a festive favourite.


Barberstown Castle


Cosy up by the fire in Barberstown Castle, a beautiful country house built in the 13th centaury. The atmosphere in this castle is one which is unmatched, we guarantee a memorable Christmas catch up will be found in Barberstown Castle snuggled up around the open fire.