Celbridge (/ˈsɛlbrɪdʒ/; Irish: Cill Droichid) is a town and townland on the River Liffey in County Kildare, Ireland. It is 23 km (14 mi) west of Dublin. Both a local centre and a commuter town within the Greater Dublin Area, it is located at the intersection of the R403 and R405 regional roads. In recent years Celbridge has expanded to be one of the largest towns in County Kildare by population, yet most of the town's services and amenities still centre on the single main street.
Restaurants in Celbridge
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Pendragon Tours organizes private tours in Ireland. You can book any tour for 4 people. You will go wherever you want. Don't worry about accomodation, food, music, boats, rain, whatever. Pendragon Tours will organize everything. Go ahead and arrive to Dublin for your unforgettable Irish adventure.
I got more than expected, flexible and spontaneous way of guiding made my trip full of surprises, I end up with setting of the biggest balloon in Ireland I saw great places out of mainstream and become a geocaching community member. Came back stuffed with different fields knowledge, soaked with campfire smoke, happy as happends pretty rare. Biggg thanks to these gentlemen!
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The Cookery School is at the heart of Cliff at Lyons; we have 24 work stations which means everyone can get involved in our hands-on Cookery Classes. View our full Masterclass programme on our website. For groups, join us for a cookery class and let us teach you how to create canapes that will impress or a beautiful afternoon tea stand to treat the team. We won't make you wash the dishes but we may get you to cook your own dinner. If you would rather relax and learn, our chefs have some excellent Cookery Demonstrations that they can deliver to your team.
My mum & I participated in the "Perfect Afternoon Tea Stand" course in the Village at Lyons. From the moment we arrived we were treated by friendly, courteous & efficient staff. It was lovely to have a cup of tea or coffee on arrival too. Our teacher was Danielle who led us through the creation of an afternoon tea stand, baking breads & sweet delights. She managed to keep us all on our toes but in a really enjoyable way. My own level of expertise is somewhat lacking but Danielle guided me so that I was thrilled with my results. We dined on our creations with Danielle & the other participants, it was lovely to share lunch together. We were all strangers that morning but we had bonded as a group over pots & pans on hot stoves! Lunch was well earned, as was a glass of wine! Overall we experienced a warm welcome in the most delightful surroundings of The Village at Lyons Estate. We proudly returned home with our treats knowing we had baked them ourselves, and armed with some great recipes and tips for future culinary exploits. Thank you Danielle.
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Come visit an authentic working brewery. Rye River Brewing Company produces the multi award winning range of McGargles' beers. You can also sample the beers in our unique tasting room which looks out on the brewery floor.
Interesting to see how the beer is sourced, produced & bottled. Excellent guide, and a few tasty samples at the end. Very enjoyable evening.
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Love Fishing Ireland have a small team of experienced guides available for tailor made fishing excursions for both wild brown trout and pike. While the standard days guiding on the River Liffey or Rye Water will appeal to many, for the more adventurous we offer guided trips by Canadian canoe along what are considered to be the best fishing beats of the River Liffey.
Part of the adventure of fishing on the River Liffey and the Rye Water was just getting from the cruise port in Dublin to the train station in Hazelhatch where my wife and I met Rob. We were soon geared up and ready to fish on the River Liffey. It took a bit of time for me to figure things out with Rob's guidance but eventually I was able to coax several beautiful wild brown trout to the fly. My wife didn't have as much luck with a spinning rod so next time she'll definitely be fly fishing. We tried the Rye Water after lunch but the wind was not our friend, though my wife did hook a large brown on the spinning gear before we finally called it a day. Rob was a patient and affable guide and he understood it was as much about enjoying the countryside and stopping for a photo or two as it was about catching fish. We recommend a day with Love Fishing Ireland without hesitation and hope we get another chance on the Rye Water.
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