Standhouse Hotel Leisure and Conference Centre

Address: The Curragh, County Kildare, Province of Leinster, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in The Curragh, is near Irish National Stud, Kildare Village Outlet Shopping, Newbridge Cutlery, and K Club Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from The Curragh

Dublin day 2

A travel blog entry by datkins506 on Sep 11, 2015

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... s de Change and settled on one to exchange the last of our AUD for EUR. Returned to secure our funds in the safe before heading to the tram stop across the road from the hotel. Purchased our zone 2 return tickets and boarded a very modern articulated tram and headed off on our route. We listened for the English and Irish announcements and got off at Suir Road. The Ipad/Google maps guided us along the cannel, thru town and via a very good bakery coffee shop to the Kilmainham ...

Hollywood meets rural Ireland

A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Jul 20, 2015

... We dropped the car off at the airport and were planning on catching the bus to the city. However, a taxi was only about €10 more and for all that extra effort and time, we decided to sacrifice the money. It was nice to be dropped off right at our hotel as well. The hotel was organised by Darren, and he managed to secure us a discount. For €75 per night we ended up with a quadruple room ...

Last Day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by wwysocki on May 28, 2015

... taken pictures like mine.

We had a special bonus of going back to the dig with the students. They we able to talk to the OSU students and learn about the process. A great last day.

Meeting in the lobby at 2:30 AM to head out to the airport for our trip home.


A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 04, 2015

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... 8217;t seem to be touristy. We sat there for about an hour maybe before moving on. It was my first full glass of Guinness – previously I’d only had sips of Stephen’s. I was surprised how good it was. The sips had seemed very strong and dark, but a glassful just tasted like a caramel-flavoured beershake. I liked it. I could do that again.

We continued on to cross the river via the Ha’penny Footbridge and arrived in Temple Bar. ...

"That's What She Said"

A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 29, 2015

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... is a bank holiday, completely different from American, understandably, but thats just one of the many differences. Mary continued to prepare me and Frank such delicious food, yum! ice cream, and potatoes, and tea and she truly is a saint, as all the realitves say, and she got me loads of easter chocolates and my my! It was a nice relaxing.

I caught the 5:30 bus back to Dublin, and it was held back by a cycling race going through Maynooth so I was about ...