Kildare is one great place to live and has a little bit of magic for everyone. If you're into the outdoors, you've got the forests, a canal, a bog and acres of trails and exciting places to explore. But, on the other hand, if you're idea of splashing around in puddles of muck, wearing your anorak and wellies is a no-no, don't fret. There's something for you too. Here are 10 reasons why we LOVE Kildare. 1. It’s the kind of place a Rolling Stone would live Between Christy Moore
Are you looking to keep the children entertained this winter? Kildare is the spot for a good day out with the family. From horses to steam trains, to hanging out at the largest bog in Ireland, quality time with the kids has never been so much fun. Here are our favourite family days out for you to enjoy around this beautiful county. 1. Moore Abbey Wood You can tick some forest adventures off your bucket list this winter at Moore Abbey Wood, Monasterevin. Moore Abbey is probabl
Monasterevin doesn't quite get the recognition it deserves for being the generally awesome place that it is, so it's time to let you in on a few local secrets. Here are 9 reasons why Monasterevin is one of the best places to live. 1. Direct rail links to Dublin Thanks to Irish Rail commuting to Dublin has never been easier. Since the re-opening of the train station at Monasterevin, you can now get to Heuston station in less than 50 minutes and then you've the option to take t
If you’re new in town or just cruising through, we've got a heap of kid-friendly days out that the whole family can enjoy. 1. South Kildare's Heritage Icons Only a 20-minute drive from Monasterevin, a stroll around the heritage town of Athy is a must. With its pretty stone walls and narrow streets, you'll feel like you've stepped back in time They also have some gorgeous cafes and pubs to grab a bite to eat. Our favourite has to be The Bay Tree which is also coeliac-friendly.