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Bring your camera!

Beautifully restored walk along the Rye/Liffey confluence. Lots of history in this area from... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
ucdgrad
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Windermere, Florida
Rye River

A fantastic amenity for anyone staying in Leixlip, some nice walkways along the river,Sit at the... read more

Reviewed 3 January 2017
patsy62
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Ireland
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4 weeks ago
“Bring your camera!”
3 Jan 2017
“Rye River”
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Leixlip, Ireland
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beautifully restored walk along the Rye/Liffey confluence. Lots of history in this area from St.Mary's Church to Leixlip Castle and the old famine church.

Thank ucdgrad
Reviewed 3 January 2017

A fantastic amenity for anyone staying in Leixlip, some nice walkways along the river,Sit at the bank of the river and enjoy the peace and serenity of the gentle flowing water on a sunny day

Thank patsy62
Reviewed 12 August 2016

Staying at the Courtyard we walked off the breakfast by following the river, the pathway has been restored and signposted as well as tarmac'ed for ease of access.

Thank Jelmpsych
Reviewed 31 March 2016

Very short and picturesque walk from Confey Church to Ralph Square in Leixlip. Surrounded by nature and the odd heron. Wouldn't walk it at night as there is no lighting and could have some youths hanging around. Nice and safe during the day.

Thank 614noreenh
Reviewed 17 June 2015

Great little café to go for homemade sambos, desserts and great coffee. Enjoyed a lovely latte with their homemade apple pie with my daughter on her study break. Nice open area to sit outside. Staff very nice. Will be back

Thank Barbara0504
Reviewed 16 October 2014

This is one of Ireland's greatest pieces of engineering. An aquaduct 100'-0" (30.5m.) high above the Rye River. It was built by navvies with shovels and wheelbarrows. Work was commenced in 1791, but the following winter part was washed away. It took until 1796 to...More

Thank Vincent D
Reviewed 7 October 2014

This is a hidden gem. Great food at the right prices. Its a simple layout and no real frills but damn good food and service. Lovely

Thank DazzaMazzaSwazza
Reviewed 24 June 2013

Staff excellent. Food incredible. Chef a true find. Excellent value for money. Food way way beyond expectations for a small daytime cafe transformed into evening restaurant.

1  Thank John R
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