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Celbridge, set in the Liffey Valley and nestled between the linked, designed landscapes of Castletown, Donaghcumper and St Wolstan's, is steeped in history. Its ties to the Conollys of Castletown, Arthur Guinness, Henry Grattan and Dean Jonathan Swift are renowned. Whether your stay is long or short we hope your time here is special. The walking trail starts from the car park of Celbridge Abbey grounds. The trail takes you up the Main Street and continues with a loop walk around Castletown demesne, returning along the Main Street to the car park. Visits to Celbridge Abbey (admission is free) can be arranged by appointment, contact 087-9630719. The duration of the walk is approximately two hours, on relatively flat ground. Alternatively you can start the walk from Castletown House car park. Thirty Points of Interest, A Walking Trail, is a community project co-ordinated by Breda Konstantin in co-operation with Celbridge Community Council and Councillor Frank O’Rourke.
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TO BE ACCOMPANIED ON THE WALK BY LOCAL VOLUNTEER GUIDES, CONTACT 087 963 0719