Anyone else get stuck for presents for Father’s Day each year? Treat your Dad to a day out this weekend in Kildare – from golfing, car racing, fishing and more, there’s a tonne of fun things for you and Dad to do together!
Get him something different this year, depending on his interests. Go on – dare to care in Kildare!
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In a good way!
Bring him to Mondello and treat him to a lap around the course.
Motor racing experience, supercar experience, BMW car experience, hot laps – the list is endless but the choice is all your dad’s to make with a voucher. Brownie points here to be picked up!
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Let your dad have a potter and a putter around some of the finest golf courses in Ireland, sited around Kildare.
Twenty clubs are affiliated to the Golf Union of Ireland via its Leinster branch and two of these – the K Club at Straffan and Carton House in Maynooth operate a pair of premier parkland courses. The Curragh is one of the most historically important clubs in Ireland, as it’s course, dating back to 1852 is regarded the oldest in the country.
You also have Palmerstown House, Naas, Moy Valley, Dunmurray Springs and Palmerstown House to choose from.
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Get your dad a pressie to the Abbeyfield Country Pursuits where he can take part in an array of activities such as clay pigeon shooting, an air rifle range, archery and horse trekking – just don’t stand in front of him!!
Abbeyfield Country Pursuits in Clane, is set in over 240 acres of countryside with expert tuition provided for each activity.
If your dad just loves wandering about pristine clipped hedges and acres of wildflowers, then it’s a trip to one of Kildare’s noted gardens for him this Sunday.
The Japanese Gardens are a must see, as is Burtown House in Athy which features enviable shrubberies, a rock garden, a sundial garden and a walled organic vegetable garden that has been in continuous production for over 150 years.
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If you’re really struggling with ideas on how to spoil your dad this father’s day, you can’t go too far wrong with chocolates! Support local and head to Lily O’Brien’s which has an abundance of treats for you to choose from. Better yet, you can personalise your gifts so pick your fav pic of you and your dad for a special gift this Father’s Day.