About The Hamlet Court Hotel
Welcome to the Hamlet Court Hotel founded by Murty and Phil O’Neill in 1960.With a tradition of hospitality the Hamlet Court and O’Neill family are renowned for a warm welcome and personal service. With this strong tradition we are committed to the personal touch that only a family operated hotel can deliver. Every event is unique and special and is treated as such.
The Hamlet Court Hotel has earned a strong reputation as one of the leading hotels in Kildare. It is ideally situated on the outskirts of Enfield. Located just off exit on the N4, Dublin to Sligo road, less than 20 minutes from Liffey Valley (view our location on the map). It is easily accessible and central with complimentary Wi-Fi and ample free parking on site.
This contemporary designed 4 star hotel is elegantly decorated, tastefully furnished and fully equipped to international standards. The Hamlet court boasts 30 superbly appointed guest bedrooms, award winning Sabayon Restaurant, Murty’s bar & courtyard private landscaped gardens. The hotel has a range of conference & banqueting options to choose from making it the perfect location for business or pleasure.
The founding of The Hamlet Court Hotel The O’Neill family arrived in December 1960 into the village of Johnstownbridge by accident.
Our father, Murty who ran a furniture store in Ballina, County Mayo was going to Dublin to buy some new furniture. He came up to stay with his family the night before in Kentstown, County Meath. His mother spotted in the paper a pub for sale in Johnstownbridge and as we say here, the rest is history!
Daddy and his brother Andrew over the years made many alterations and additions to the pub to develop it into a Roadhouse. It has always been a family affair, when we started catering food our head chef was my mothers brother, John Kennedy.
Their foresight, determination, hard work and loyalty of our customers and neighbours has grown our business and helped us develop to what we are today, a family owned and run hotel, home from home with traditional values.