Dollardstown House

Dollardstown House, Athy, Co. Kildare
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Dollardstown House: Kildare

Dollardstown House offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in a historic family home, idyllically situated on mature wooded gardens.

Originally a late Elizabethan dwelling, Dollardstown House was developed in the 1690's by General Sir Richard Neville, who built the front of the present house, planting a great number of trees, many of which still survive.

Within an hour of Dublin, Dollardstown House and gardens provides a tranquil setting and an ideal base for touring Ireland's Sunny South East.

Gracious hosts Andrew & Antoinette welcome walkers, cyclists and fishermen to Dollardstown House and have safe overnight storage available for your equipment. Mountain bikes are also available.

Accommodation at Dollardstown House.
Dollardstown House offers five guest rooms allowing a total of ten to twelve guests. All rooms overlook the grounds and gardens and have coffee / tea making facilities. Please note all guest rooms at are TV free ensuring a more natural relaxed ambiance.

Locally produced toiletries made from goats milk compliment our en-suites. The beds at Dollardstown are ultra-comfortable with highest quality mattresses and feather-down duvets in the en-suite rooms
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  • Bed & Breakfast Features
  • Historic Irish period reidence
  • Set on magnificent wooded gardens
  • Dublin city within one hour
  • All rooms overlook the grounds
  • Full Irish & continental breakfasts
  • Dietary needs catered for
  • Home-made soda bread
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June - 2018
"Perfect in every way"
Where to begin! Words cannot describe how amazing the house and hosts are. From the minute we pulled in until the wave goodbye at the end. Everything was perfect. As it was my wedding morning we needed an early breakfast which was delicious. Learning the history behind the house was also great. The owners couldn’t do enough for us. A million miles from a conventional hotel but in a good way. It honestly felt like a home away from home everything was so comfortable. Will be back in the future.Having travelled all Over the world this was the Best nights accommodation I have ever stayed in. If you need a hotel in this area do not hesitate to book as you will not be disappointed . If you just want a romantic night away this is also the place for you. If you want a night away steeped in history, beautiful decor, amazing hosts, lovely gardens and a great breakfast then this is the place to go
May - 2018
"2nd time just as great as 1st"
2nd time staying at Dollarstown. The home is old and BEAUTIFUL! Breakfast is great, you will hot be hungry till dinner, beds are comfortable which is huge bonus. Hosts are great, Andrew will spend time talking to you about where to go, what weather will be like, Irish history, etc. price is great and getter if you hook directly through them. You will not regret you stay.
April - 2018
"Hidden gem"
What a wonderful house, fabulous hospitality and the most amazing dawn chorus I have heard in years! The birds sang at 5.30 and I had the pleasure of snuggling in my very comfortable bed whilst listening to this wonderful concert!
Ciaran H
April - 2018
"Perfect weekend get away"
Just back from a lovely stay in Dollardstown House. If staying in a big old Irish country house is on your bucket list, I doubt you'll find much better than this. The house has been restored impeccably in keeping with the style of houses of this time period, with a real attention to detail. Antoinette and Andrew were perfect hosts, very helpful and informative and we received a warm welcome with coffee and scones on the front lawn in the sunshine upon arrival.
We stayed in the amber room, which was beautifully and opulently decorated. Enjoyed a pleasant evening and a great night's sleep. Opted for the full Irish breakfast the following morning and arrived down to the dining room where the fire place was roaring (a really nice touch).
It was a shame we couldn't stay longer. Would highly recommend, especially to anyone who wants a break from the hectic mayhem of Dublin, it's only an hour away.
March - 2018
We had a lovely stay at Dollardstown House on our way back to UK. We were made warmly welcome, with a lovely log fire and scones and tea in the sitting room on arrival. We woke to 3 inches of snow the next morning but Andrew drove his 4WD down his drive so we could find our way out, and Antoinette and Andrew swept the snow from our car while we breakfasted. Our room was very large and comfortable, and the situation was very convenient for getting to Dublin Port. Thank you very much for your hospitality.