Celbridge Manor Hotel

Country: Ireland

City: Kildare

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Celbridge Manor Hotel Review

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by Denise on Oct 1 2019 14:54

Beautiful hotel and the food was really delicious,booked this hotel for a kiddies free night away and didn't disappoint,
 
 
 
 
 

by Jade on Sep 22 2019 11:15

Omg it’s very amazing place.VeryTaste food ,friendly staff. highly recommend it!!!!!!❤️
 
 
 
 
 

by Regina Rogozkina on Sep 3 2019 00:26

Love to see rooms bit more cosy
 
 
 
 
 

by T&J on Jun 12 2019 20:17

Exceptionally good value. Friendly and helpful staff. Beautiful building and gardens. Great breakfast. Spacious bedrooms. Great bath, not so powerful shower. Our double bed was with two single mattresses making it a bit uncomfortable ... but we slept quite well nevertheless.
 
 
 
 
 

by Una on Jul 3 2018 11:01

Just after having a fabulous weekend in the Celbridge Manor. The location was great, just off the M50 and the setting and surroundings were magical. The Receptionist welcomed us to the Hotel and she was very professional in her job role. The rooms were very big and you could have put 3 into a room with no problem. The cooked breakfast was great with a wide selection to eat - you wouldn't go hungry. The evening food in the Bar was beautiful, great flavours and excellent hospitality by all staff. There were 6 of us and we all had a great time, so much so that we are planning a return visit. I would rate the Hotel 4 * as there is no air conditioning in the bedrooms, but the Hotel supplied each room with a Fan which was brillant for this fabulous summer that we are currentlly having.
 
 
 
 
 

by Rob on Feb 2 2016 10:47

Beautiful hotel. The room was of a good size and was clean. The bathroom was perfect for our needs and the stand-alone bath was magnificent. I was there with my fiancé and we had a 3 course evening meal in the hotel bar. The food was superb; every course was simply delicious. The staff were extremely friendly and attentive and were always on hand to assist. I would highly recommend this hotel to couples who are looking for a romantic getaway or just looking for time to relax generally.
 
 
 
 
 

by Linda on Jan 18 2016 10:18

Excellent. this was a return visit. Bedrooms lovely and staff wonderful. Re the heat mentioned in previous comment, radiators are sometimes switched off and need to be turned on but heat up quickly. We had a problem getting ours to come on but a member of staff sorted it straight away. Will go again
 
 
 
 
 

by Eimear on Jan 12 2016 10:57

Large, attractive room. Shower and beautiful stand alone bath. Enjoyable breakfast and friendly staff.
 
 
 
 
 

by Emmanuel Keating on Jan 8 2016 18:37

Our stay in Celbridge Manor was only one night (unfortunately )-we had a wedding to attend 5 miles from the hotel- When we arrived at Celbridge Manor, it was busy. The Receptionist was very helpful and dealt with us quickly.She also managed to get us a taxi,despite the taxi companies being very busy,so we were not delayed going to the wedding. Our room was large and very comfortable, beautiful shower and bath. Breakfast menu was as good as any hotel we have been in.
 
 
 
 
 

by cha on Dec 2 2015 17:21

Very nice hotel family room was brilliant lots of space my 2 kids loved it room was cold only down fall breakfast was fantastic would stay again
 
 
 
 
 
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Hotel Information

Celbridge Manor Hotel is located in the heritage town of Celbridge, 30 minutes' drive from Dublin. Dating back to 1837, this magnificent Georgian manor house is set in walled gardens.

Check In From - 3pm : Check Out Up To - 12pm

Cancellation Description : Once you cancel your booking up to 48 hours prior to arrival you will not incur a cancellation fee from the hotel. Cancellations that are made within 48 hours prior to arrival and no shows at the hotel will be charged the 1st night of the stay to your card. Please note that your booking deposit is non refundable.

Travel Description : The hotel is conveniently located 30 minutes from Dublin city centre and 30 minutes from Dublin airport and there is easy access to the M4 and M50 motorways. Celbridge is also serviced by frequent bus and rail services.

Area Description : The heritage town of Celbridge is located in the thoroughbred county of Kildare and is only a short distance from Dublin's city centre. The name Celbridge comes from the Irish words Cill Droicid meaning the church of the bridge. Castletown House, Irelands finest Palladian country house is an imposing building established in the town in the year 1722 by Speaker William Connolly, who later went on to commission a school to be built in the town. The school we speak of is now Celbridge Manor Hotel and it is where we derive the name for our traditional Irish bar, The Schoolhouse.