Situated on the banks of the River Liffey, in the heart of the picturesque village of Leixlip, The Court Yard Hotel offers golfers visiting the Emerald Isle an excellent accommodation option within a short drive of some of the finest golf courses in the country as well as the bright lights of Dublin fair city.
With a fantastic restaurant and Arthur’s Bar – one of the most popular bars in the area and home to fantastic live entertainment – also on site, this charming hotel is simply ideal for any group size looking to explore the delights of Irish golf.
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Accommodation options at The Court Yard Hotel consist of spacious Standard Guestrooms and Luxury Suites, each of which boasts views over the river from private balconies. For the ultimate indulgence, opt for the Executive Suite, which boasts a large private balcony complete with its own outdoor Hot Tub. Every room has a double, single bed and small living area complete with tea and coffee making facilities. Clean, crisp decoration and an excellent array of modern amenities are also included and for those looking for additional space and an added slice of luxury, the Luxury Suites are simply ideal.
The River Bank Restaurant at The Court Yard Hotel offers an excellent ‘Wake me at Dawn’ breakfast menu and for Irish Steaks, Burgers, fresh seafood and traditional Irish fare, there is no better place to sit down for dinner. With a lunch time carvery, an excellent wine list and an amazing selection of new craft beers on offer as well, all bases are covered when it some to food and drink at The Court Yard Hotel.
Well serviced by both bus and trains, The Court Yard Hotel is also a fantastically convenient option for those travelling by car. Dublin city centre is less than half an hour by car and with Irish golfing treasures such as The K Club, Castleknock and this year’s Irish Open host, Carton House, all within a stone’s throw of the hotel, there are few better places for those looking to enjoy the peace and quiet of rural Ireland and the hustle and bustle of its famous capital city.