The Linden Tree at Carton House

Nestled among the Estate’s soaring Linden Trees, the multi-levelled interior has been designed to accommodate glass walls, wide skylights and floor to ceiling picture windows – cleverly positioned to frame the unusual trees from every aspect of the bright interior.

With our chef preparing dishes with the very best of local Kildare produce, guests can enjoy a diverse range of Irish cuisine promoting artisan food producers: from contemporary to more traditional dishes featuring mouth-wateringly fresh seafood, tender meats and tempting desserts – all imaginatively served to complement an extensive wine list.

The Carton Estate was lost by the Fitzgerald family in the 1920’s after over two centuries of ownership when the 3rd son of the 6th Duke sold his birthright to Lord Brockett to pay off an immense gambling debt. Carton house was a favourite of Queen Victoria and counts Princess Grace, Prince Rainier and Peter Sellers as its one-time inhabitants.Carton Estate has Special Area of Conservation Status and is home to a herd of red deer, badgers, otters, foxes, owls, buzzards, kingfisher, hawks, falcons, bats and many rare species all of which add to the hotel’s fine reputation as being one of the most unique luxury hotels in Dublin, Ireland.

Carton is home to a stylish hotel, a luxurious spa and leisure suite and two of Ireland’s finest championship golf courses.The O’Meara Course, designed by two-time major winner Mark O’Meara, is a classic parkland experience which meanders through acres of glorious pastures, ancient woodland and skirts the banks of the River Rye. It hosted the 2005 Irish Amateur Championship in 2005.The Montgomerie Course, designed by 7 times European Order of merit Winner Colin Montgomerie, is a 7,300 yard “links style” journey across sweeping firm fairways cavernous bunkers and impeccable greens. It has hosted some of the world’s finest golfers at the 2005 and 2006 Irish Opens and the 2010 Irish Seniors Open.

Located just 14 miles west of Dublin City Centre and 30 minutes from Dublin Airport,

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