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The K Club

Straffan, Co. Kildare
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The K Club is set in 550 acres of rolling woodland. There are two magnificent championship golf courses, and a spa facility that complements the truly luxurious hotel that is the centrepiece of the resort. Public areas, suites and bedrooms are opulently furnished, and many have views of the formal gardens that lead down to the banks of the River Liffey. Additional rooms and family suites are a feature of the recently completed Liffey Wing. Dining options include the elegant River Room, with more informal dining options offered in Legends in the Arnold Palmer Golf Clubhouse, and in The K Thai Restaurant in The Smurfit Clubhouse. The K Club was home of the 2016 Irish Open Golf, and the Ryder Cup of 2006.

Information

Tel:01 6017200
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Facilities

  • Steps for wheelchair: 2
  • Parking: 200 open 5 covered
  • Children welcome
  • Passenger lift
  • Night porter
  • Wi-fi

Leisure facilities

  • Gym
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Croquet
  • Putting green
  • Golf course
  • Tennis
  • Live entertainment
  • Beauty salon
  • Fishing tuition
  • Clay pigeon shooting
  • Horse riding
  • Falconry

Bedrooms

  • En-suite rooms: 69
  • Rooms with four-poster beds: 6
  • Family rooms: 10
  • Satellite and Freeview TV available
  • Internet connection 
  • No dogs allowed except guide dogs  

Directions

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 From Dublin take N4, exit for R406, hotel on right in Straffan
Nearest station: Heuston / Maynooth
Nearest motorway: M50
Nearest airport: Dublin

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