The K Club pair’s old-world charm, service and ambiance with modern comforts in a luxurious residential setting. Opulent, classical surroundings reflect elements of Ireland's history and reveal the best of luxury accommodation.The River Room Restaurant at The K Club offers the best in luxurious surroundings and excellent cuisine. Set in the original part of the hotel, its character lends to the bistro style. Using only the finest in local produce, there is a wide and varied menu of delicious dishes to tempt every palate. The River Room Restaurant in the hotel provides vibrant, yet relaxed dining in an informal atmosphere overlooking extensive landscaped gardens and the River Liffey.
The menu is traditional in style with many ingredients grown on the resort and within the local area under the careful management of Chef Finbar Higgins. Explore a host of elegant Brassiere style, À La Carte and Table D’hote and Tasting menus which cater to everyone’s taste.
History : The K Club is a 69-room, grand Irish country retreat, set amid 550-acres of pristine parkland on a mile long private stretch of the River Liffey. An elegantly restored 19th Century Georgian mansion estate, the K Club is set on the former site of Straffan House, which was originally modelled after a French chateau by Hugh Barton in 1832, the grandson of legendary winemaker Thomas Barton. Converted into a luxury hotel and country club in 1991, the opening of The K Club was a landmark moment in the Irish hospitality industry, creating new standards of Irish décor and service that have not been surpassed.