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Celbridge Manor Hotel

Celbridge Manor
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Celbridge Manor Hotel

Celbridge Manor Hotel has celebrated the completion of a €1.5m refurbishment. The refurbishment marked phase one of the redevelopment of Celbridge Manor Hotel and concentrated primarily on the upgrading of the entire ground floor, the newly landscaped gardens and impressive outdoor fountain which set the scene perfectly for this historic hotel.

Built in 1737, the Georgian-fronted hotel is situated in Celbridge in County Kildare, is only a stone’s throw away from Celbridge Village and sits in magnificent grounds, with an opulent tree-lined avenue. The hotel combines its own unique charm with the very best of modern convenience.

Celbridge Manor

With 66 tastefully decorated bedrooms, this Georgian style property offers old-world charm without compromising on modern day essentials, perfect for midweek treats and weekend getaways.

For meetings that matter, Celbridge Manor Hotel offers great choice. With two conference rooms that can accommodate up to 350 delegates and meeting rooms that can hold up to 60, the possibilities are endless with meetings at the manor. For dining options, the hotel can hold between 10 to 300 delegates in its main ballroom creating a relaxing setting at the end of a long day of meetings.

Celbridge Manor is a renowned wedding venue with a choice of two beautifully decorated banqueting rooms to celebrate your special day in style. For memories that last forever, the newly designed fountain and Georgian style manor will make an exquisite backdrop for your big day. With a dedicated wedding planner on hand to answer any questions you may have and to guide you through the wedding process, you know that you are in safe hands.

The hotel has also created a variety of food offerings that will appeal to all serving the very best of fresh, local produce. The Schoolhouse Bar is an ideal place to catch up with friends, host a table, watch the big game or have a bite to eat from the newly designed menu which offers dishes such as crisp lemon pepper calamari and Rib Eye Steak served with roast mushroom, vine tomato and fries. For those special occasions try the hotel’s restaurant serving succulent dishes such as pork belly served with black pudding croquette, glazed carrot and cider sauce or freshly sourced Irish sea bass accompanied with citrus quinoa, asparagus and a confit of tomato and salsa. Vegetarian and all dietary requirements are also catered across all menus.

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, M7 and M50 motorways. Celbridge is also serviced by frequent bus and rail services.

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