Welcome to Lawlors of Naas
Our boutique hotel has been welcoming guests to Naas the county town of County Kildare since 1913.
Lawlor's of Naas has been providing a safe environment throughout the pandemic for those travelling for essential reasons. We are signed up to the Failte Ireland Safety Charter and have implemented additional safety measures while maintaining the warm welcome we have been offering our guests since 1913.
Visit our Dine Page to book a table.
Discover our great value packages with Dinner and B&B at Lawlor's of Naas and get discounts at local attractions and boutiques. Explore Kildare & Wicklow from Lawlor's of Naas, Golf in Kildare or shop till you drop with our Kildare Village VIP shopping experience.
Learn more about our Covid 19 response and procedures
Our dining space has been extended into our bar areas which means we have lots of space for a safe dining experience. Always the same warm welcome but with some small but effective changes to keep you safe.
Later in 2021, we have some very exciting developments here at Lawlor's to find out more visit our new developments page here.
Originally built in 1913, Lawlor's Hotel proudly stands on the Main Street in Naas, County Kildare and has been modernised to ensure you have a relaxing and comfortable stay. The original facade harks back to the days when Lawlor's Ballroom was where many a romance began between couples from near and far.
Naas is ideally located in County Kildare, just off the M7, only 35 minutes from Dublin City Centre and Dublin Airport, making it easy to get to and close to many great attractions in Ireland's Ancient East. Some suggestions for you to visit close to Lawlor's hotel In Naas include Kildare Village Shopping Outlet, The National Stud & Japanese Gardens and Russborough House & Parklands.
Lawlor's of Naas hotel guests receive a special discount and a VIP pass for Kildare Village.
If you are planning a break with a difference, take a look at our packages with discounts at local attractions and lots of ideas around Things to Do in Kildare and Wicklow;
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Kildare is full of points of interest and horse lovers will not be disappointed in the home of the Sport of Kings.
If horses aren't your thing, Lawlor's of Naas boutique hotel in Kildare is also the perfect location for a relaxing stay in a traditional Irish Town. Naas is well known for having a great selection of independently owned boutiques and a growing selection of interior design and craft shops, your shopping experience starts right outside our front door. A trip along the Grand Canal on a barge could be a lovely way to spend an afternoon, Bargetrip.ie run cruises to Kildare Aqueduct and further along the Grand Canal, The skipper, Ger, has lots of stories so you can also learn a little about these great waterways.
Naas has a long history as a great location to meet friends and family, did you know the Kings of Leinster once held their meetings in Naas?
Visit our Dining Page to see new our Bistro Menu, book a table and learn about our opening times.
In 2021 Lawlor's of Naas will open a luxurious new extension including; 74 new Bedrooms, Lawlor's Ballroom, Conference Suite and break out rooms, and truly unique event space, our restored courtroom, Click on this link to find out more.
Lawlor's of Naas offers guests spacious bedrooms, our popular restaurant in Naas is a classic Bistro, serving modern Irish food. Lawlor's also has 4 bars each with its own unique style.
We are located in one of Kildare's largest towns where horseracing and shopping features strongly supported by excellent dining and fabulous pubs. Naas Racecourse is walking distance from the hotel, Punchestown is a short drive on the outskirts of Naas Town, Goffs only 1 junction away on the N7 and The Curragh is 15 minutes drive.
Canalside walks, historic trails and an active theatre scene at the Moat Theatre mean there is something for everyone here, all only 35 minutes from Dublin City.
The team at Lawlors Hotel looks forward to welcoming you to our historic Town in the heart of Irelands Ancient East.