Welcome to the Court Yard Hotel.
Pure perfection takes time – Arthur Guinness, 1756. Arthur Guinness created the perfect pint in Leixlip 250 years ago and a quarter of a millennium later, The Moriarty Family & Group strive to keep that perfection alive at the Court Yard Hotel, in Leixlip County Kildare.
Built on the site where Arthur Guinness created his brewing empire, the hotel offers old world charm, beautiful original stone work with contemporary design in a setting that is as picturesque as a pint settling. Situated in the heart of Leixlip on the banks of a tributary where the River Rye meets the River Liffey, the Court Yard Hotel, is just 15 minutes from Dublin City centre and 20 minutes from Dublin Airport. It is an ideal location from which to explore the beauty of north Kildare or to enjoy the many concerts and sporting events in Croke Park.
Choose from the spacious double and single deluxe guestrooms, luxury suites which overlook the River Liffey with own private balcony or for the ultimate indulgence, an executive suite, which has a large private balcony complete with its own outdoor Canadian hot tub.
Arthur’s Bar is destined to become as infamous as the man it is named after. With a delicious bar menu to tickle taste buds and music and entertainment five nights a week, Arthur’s is the ideal place to meet friends and enjoy the public house atmosphere of years long since past. Perfect also for families to enjoy the tasty bar menu.
The piano bar tenders comfort and relaxation in old world mystic. The baby grand piano built into the bar counter itself creates the perfect addition as well as the roof garden overlooking the courtyard providing a great informal setting.
SteakHouse 1756 Restaurant is a romantic restaurant that has breath-taking views of the tributary, where the River Rye enters the River Liffey. The restaurant is also home to the renowned wine library. The restaurant caters for breakfast & lunch every day and dinner from Thursday – Sunday.
The Front Bar has the most comfortable setting were contemporary design meets new world Irish Pub. It is a great success with the local's and it certainly has its own atmosphere where guests can enjoy a "pint of the black stuff" or indulge in the most popular Gin trend.