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The bustling town of Newbridge, situated at the heart of Kildare on the banks of the Liffey river, makes an ideal base for visitors wishing to see around the county. And just a little further afield, Dublin city is only 25 miles away. Newbridge is Kildare's second largest town with a wide range of contemporary amenities. Shoppers enjoy a mix of small local stores and high-street names at the Whitewater Shopping Centre, while active types can choose from several leisure and sports centres. Nights are fun too in Newbridge, which boasts a good selection of restaurants, bars, clubs, music venues and cultural entertainments at the Riverbank Arts Centre. Meanwhile, anyone with local ties can trace their family tree at the Kildare Heritage & Genealogy Centre in Newbridge. Another great attraction of the town is the greyhound track, the only one in Kildare. Newbridge is surrounded by many places of interest. To the west are the Curragh Plains, where the renowned Curragh horseracing course is located. A number of stud farms are found to the east of Newbridge, while the Bog of Allen lies to the north west, a vast and now endangered area of peatland crossed by the Grand and Royal canals

Places to Stay near Newbridge

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Bugle Coaching Inn (3.69 miles)

Bugle Coaching Inn
The Bugle Coaching Inn is located in the heart of Yarmouth Square. Yarmouth is the gateway town for the West Wight and we are a stones-throw away from the Lymington-Yarmouth ferry port.

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George Hotel (3.74 miles)

George Hotel

In the heart of the bustling village of Yarmouth, looking out over the harbour, this 17 century town house offers warm, traditional, individually decorated accommodation and superb cuisine.

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NorthCourt (3.99 miles)

NorthCourt is very much a family home and will be best appreciated by those who enjoy a peaceful country atmosphere in a historic setting.

NorthCourt was built in 1615 by the deputy Governor of the Island, ... More | visit website
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Sandpipers (4.15 miles)


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Sandpipers Hotel is situated in Freshwater Bay, just 50 metres from the beach and close to the Tennyson walking trail. The newly refurbished bar areas sell a wide range of Real Ale ... More

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Norton Grange Classic Resort (4.28 miles)

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Norton Grange can be found nestled in the picturesque fishing town of Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. Its distinctly tropical feel ... More | visit website
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Freshwater Bay House (4.30 miles)

Freshwater Bay House

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Freshwater Bay House, named after the semi-circular bay on which it stands, is a famous landmark within yards of some of the finest walking on ... More


The Farringford Hotel (4.65 miles)

The Farringford Hotel

As you approach Farringford along the long sweeping drive flanked by mature trees, you will appreciate why Alfred Lord Tennyson chose this immensely charming house as his home.

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Freewaters Cottage (4.83 miles)

Freewaters Cottage

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Enjoying glorious views in an area of outstanding natural beauty, this delightful, single storey, converted dairy nestles at the head of a secluded valley in the picturesque ... More

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Braunstone House (5.46 miles)

Braunstone House
Braunstone House Hotel is located in Newport, the capital town of the Isle of Wight. An elegant Georgian building restored to many of it's original features including oak panelled bedrooms, secluded walled garden and fine ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Newport Isle of Wight (5.49 miles)

Travelodge Newport Isle of Wight is located in the heart of Newport, which is an ideal location for business and leisure travellers who need quick and easy access to the town centre and its surrounding ... More | visit website

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