Leixlip, derived from Léim an Bhradáin meaning Salmon Leap, is a town in north-east County Kildare.  It is located at the confluence of the Rivers Liffey and Rye on Kildare’s border with Dublin.

In 1755, Arthur Guinness opened his first brewery in the town before moving to St. James’ Gate in Dublin 4 years later.  Visitors now have the opportunity to follow in Arthurs’ footsteps along the heritage trail, Arthur’s Way which takes in Celbridge, the town where he spent his childhood, into Leixlip and on to Oughterard where he is buried.

Accommodation in Leixlip

Things to see and do in Leixlip

Places to eat

The Alzheimer Café, Ryevale Nursing Home, Ryevale (Check opening hours beforehand)
Tel: 00 353 89 4933533

da Vinci’s Italian Restaurant, Main Street
Tel: 00 353 1 624 4908

The Loft, Ryevale Tavern, Pound Street.
Tel: 00 353 1 624 4388

The Riverbank Restaurant, The Courtyard Hotel, Main Street
Tel: 00 353 1 629 5100

How to get to Leixlip

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Find out more about Leixlip here

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