Welcome to Celbridge! Everything is within walking distance of this village, schools, sporting amenities, shops, churches, bars, restaurants, the breath taking “Castletown Estate and Grounds” as well as serviced bus routes.
There are a wide range of activities available to visitors and residents of Celbridge alike from equestrian activities, gliding, swimming and the many nightlife establishments. The ‘Cliff at Lyons’ is close by, this is a privately owned luxury destination.
Celbridge is about 18.1 km (11.2 miles) from Dublin and it is within 10 minutes’ drive to Liffey Valley Shopping Centre. Public transport routes that service Celbridge - Bus: 67, 67A, 67X. There is an arrow service in to Heuston Station from Hazelhatch Train Station.
Castletown House & Parklands: Castletown House is the first and largest mansion in Ireland and is just 20km from Dublin City Centre and sits on the banks of the River Liffey in Celbridge. Castletown, as Ireland’s first and largest Palladian style house, is an important part of Ireland’s architectural heritage. It was erected between 1722 and c.1729 for William Conolly, Speaker of the Irish House of Commons, Castletown House was designed to reflect its owner’s power and to serve as a venue for political entertaining on a large scale.
Schools In The Area:
Scoil Mochua Aghards 01627 2963
Boys National School - Scoil Na Mainistreach 01 627 1149
Girls National School – St. Brigid’s Holy Faith Convent 01 6272922
Glebe Junior School 01624 2525
Primrose Hill School 01627 3168
North Kildare Educate Together School 01627 4388
Salesian College 01 627 2166
St. Wolstan’s Community School 01628 8257
St. Patrick’s Primary School 0851069985
Celbridge Community School 087 181821