Information for a tourist visiting Celbridge
There are only two vital pieces of Celbridge tourist information that you need when visiting The Gateway to Ireland’s Ancient East.
The first item that you really need to know about when visiting Celbridge is where to find refreshment. Halo Café is located just off the Maynooth Road right beside the front door of Tesco. Established in 2009 it has a history of mildly amusing blackboard signs and providing great homemade food and fantastic scones.
Parking in Celbridge
Please be aware that parking in Celbridge can be expensive if you ignore the obscure signs, odd timings and efficient traffic wardens.
The simple alternative is to park beside Halo Café. You are then free to pick up a picnic and explore the Celbridge tourist trail at your leisure.
Celbridge tourist trail and Arthur’s Way
You may like to follow this link to a Walking Tour of Celbridge. It features some of the places of historical interest in Celbridge.
Arthur’s Way is a longer trail that may require some extra planning. It is 16km in length and is probably best carried out by bicycle.
If you are planning a visit to Celbridge we are more than happy to arrange picnics for your party. Please call us on 0035316276686.
If you wish to use Halo Café as a meeting place after your tour you are most welcome. We have real Italian coffee and the famous Irish Maud’s Ice Cream to refresh you.
We have found, over the years, that Celbridge is an ideal meeting point for tourists. Fly into Dublin Airport, pick up your hire car, and head to Celbridge.
We recently hosted a breakfast where friends from New York, Florida, Birmingham (the English one) all met up in Halo. The were heading off to Mayo to a rented holiday home.
We are in a really handy location. You can get your breakfast at Halo Café. Pick up sunscreen and insect repellent at Walsh’s Pharmacy and a rain jacket in Tesco.
If you are heading to The Wild Atlantic Way you will need these items for sure. Experiencing four seasons in one day is a definite possibility.
Enjoy your stay in Ireland and keep following Halo Café for travel advice, pearls of wisdom and general lunacy . . .
For a full look at what to do, where to stay and where to eat in Celbridge click on this link for Discover Celbridge