Kilcullen has many attributes that set it apart from other towns and villages in Ireland, including many unique businesses and features of historical significance.
Handmade locally available cakes with a French twist. Specialities includes Macaroons and sweet treats.
Berney Borthers is one of Ireland's leading equestrian stores and home to the oldest saddlery in the British Isles. Hand-crafted equipment for both riders and horses available.
For all the latest news in the area, read the locally produced "Bridge" magazine which has been published for the past 48 years.
Generally available on the first Sunday of the month from the following stockists:
Centra, Woodbine Books, Credit Union, An Tearmann, Berney's Chemists, Europsar, Daybreak Store, Parish Centre and McCann's in Calverstown.
Located on the main street is "Ger's", a small independent fruit and vegetable store that has been a part of Kilcullen for many years. A mix of traditional and exotic foods are available.
The term "British Racing Green" stemmed from this very race that weaved its way through Kilcullen in 1903. Retake the journey by following the brown signs below. Some information about the route can be read in "The Hideout" pub, located at the cross roads in the town.
Located at the former cinema, the Heritage centre is a treasure trove of information concerning Kilcullen and the surrounding areas.
Kalbarri is a family-run cookery school and catering business operating from Kilcullen in Co. Kildare. Services include cookery classes and event catering. Using uncomplicated recipes all devised in-house, we keep food as natural as possible and this is what makes us different. Call Siobhan Murphy for further details.
The mart of Kilcullen has been in operation since 1958. An average of 12,000 cattle per year pass through the premises in the weekly sale.
No charge to visit the canteen which includes tea, coffee and hot food.Due to seasonal changes and available stock on a given week it is best to call to find out the most up-to-date opening hours.
The library is situated in a former national school and caters for readers of all ages. Whether you have an interest in books, audio CDs, movies on DVD or Blu-ray, the library can help you with your enquiries. Web access is also available to members. Membership of Kildare Library Services is free of charge.
Located behind the Camphill Weavery is the "Manna" organic shop. Organic fruits and vegetables grown in Camphill are available to purchase, along with a wide selection of organic products.
Now in its fourth generation, Nolans Craft Butchers attracts customers from far and wide. Operating its own EU-approved abattoir, it is seen as a farm to fork enterprise. A selection of meats, fish, vegetables, wine and Sheridan's Cheeses and other products are available. Nolans has been awarded numerous National, European and International awards including most recently at the World Cup Finals for Craft Butchers in Frankfurt, Germany where they won 5 Gold Medals as well as the Outstanding Achievement award.
A free private carpark located across from the Catholic church is available, simply drive up and the barrier will open.
Whether you are in need of new riding boots, shoes or the repair of your heels, Ger is available to advise you.
A wide range of women's clothing, shoes and accessories are available by designers including Passioni, Marble, Deck and Diffusion. Let Shirley and Ana-Maria guide you on the latest designs and feel free to browse and try on with the use of the changing rooms.
Free parking at the front and back of the shop is available.
Whether you are looking for a lily or a evergreen tree, talk to Claire about all things garden related.
Located inside the main gate is the Weavery of Camphill. Please visit and learn from the members how they produce their beautiful hand-made products (on sale in An Tearmann shop).
Opened in 2017, Woodbine Books brings a wealth of knowledge to customers who wish to flick through historical or the latest thriller genres. The book store supplies primary and post-primary school books as well as Junior and Leaving Certificate exam papers and revision aids.
In 2018, the business was voted "Independent Bookshop of the Year, Regional Winner" for Ireland in "The British Book Awards". With the recent installation of a dedicated Barista coffee machine you can now relax and enjoy books with a variety of hot drinks.
While efforts have been made to include all aspects of the town, if you feel an important feature/service/business in the town has been omitted, please contact Kilcullencommunityaction@gmail.com. Please note that any amendments may take time to be made as this website is created, contributed to and maintained by volunteers.
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